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Futures: Why the IoT is serious business 
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Futures: Why the IoT is serious business

The Internet of Things is sometimes derided as hype, but Elvira Wallis argues it can change how you do business – and even keep staff from becoming bored by giving them more interesting work to do.
Elon Musk: Humans must merge with AI to survive 
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Elon Musk: Humans must merge with AI to survive

General artificial intelligence will pose a threat to humanity, says Tesla boss.
A Geneva Convention for cybercrime?  
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A Geneva Convention for cybercrime?

Microsoft president Brad Smith has called for a 'digital Geneva Convention' to protect people from cyber attacks.
Tallinn cyber-warfare manual 2.0 refines definition of cyber-warfare 
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Tallinn cyber-warfare manual 2.0 refines definition of cyber-warfare

The Tallinn Manual's sequel has been released and builds on its predecessor's work by greatly expanding its gaze to peacetime cyber operations.
The Great Gigabit Question is really, like everything, the great CVC question. 
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The Great Gigabit Question is really, like everything, the great CVC question.

Is it true that no one wants really fast broadband?
Google DeepMind can backstab with the best of them 
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Google DeepMind can backstab with the best of them

Google undertakes AI experiments to test whether DeepMind will be cooperative or competitive when push comes to shove.
The pros and cons of net neutrality  
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The pros and cons of net neutrality

Still on the fence about net neutrality? Here's both sides of the argument
Uber, Intel and IoT firms join coalition to secure connected cars 
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Uber, Intel and IoT firms join coalition to secure connected cars

The FASTR coalition of technology firms which includes Uber, Intel and Aeris has issued a manifesto urging automakers to cooperate in locking down the cyber-security of autonomous vehicles.
Apple vows to take on fake news, but it doesn't know how to just yet 
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Apple vows to take on fake news, but it doesn't know how to just yet

Tim Cook sees fake news as a problem the tech industry has to solve.
Privacy matters for cheaters: Uber sued over divorce 
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Privacy matters for cheaters: Uber sued over divorce

Mock the adulterous husband, but Uber should be better at protecting data.
IT spending to hit $US2.4 trillion in 2017 
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IT spending to hit $US2.4 trillion in 2017

IDC forecasts IT revenue to be 3.5% higher than that of 2016.
Squiggles and Skynet 
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Squiggles and Skynet

Opinion: Ashton Mills on the rise of truly smart machines.
IoT experts join forces to secure the Internet of Things and share best practise 
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IoT experts join forces to secure the Internet of Things and share best practise

As the number and kinds of connected devices multiply, the group plans to raise awareness of ways to better secure the IoT ecosystem.
Metropolitan Museum of Art offers online open access 
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Metropolitan Museum of Art offers online open access

The leading art museum has made over 375,000 images available online without restriction.
SpaceX is blasting a superbug into orbit 
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SpaceX is blasting a superbug into orbit

We'll know who to blame if things take a sci-fi turn for the worse.
There’s an online troll in all of us 
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There’s an online troll in all of us

Your inner internet troll might be lying dormant, but it could awaken at any moment, researchers warn.
Is Intel's US factory pledge all that it seems? 
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Is Intel's US factory pledge all that it seems?

Brian Krzanich cites new tax regime as impetus for Fab24, delights Trump.
Cross-device tracking by advertisers and why it's invading users' privacy 
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Cross-device tracking by advertisers and why it's invading users' privacy

Research shows different ways of how advertisers track internet users without their consent.
YouTube Go launches in India, promising offline video downloads and sharing 
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YouTube Go launches in India, promising offline video downloads and sharing

Offline YouTube is here, if you live in India.
NASA computer upgrade means we can finally make that Venus trip 
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NASA computer upgrade means we can finally make that Venus trip

Forget Mars: scientists finally have a computer chip that'll survive the hellish heat of Venus.
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