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  • September 22, 2020 22 Sep'20

    The inside story of Taiwan’s AI whizz

    Not content with his stellar achievements in artificial intelligence, Chih-Han Yu wanted to create an impact with his work and formed one of Taiwan’s most important unicorns

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  • September 22, 2020 22 Sep'20

    Twitter investigates image cropping algorithm for racial bias

    The algorithm’s consistent favouring of white faces in image previews has forced the company to investigate it for racial bias

  • September 22, 2020 22 Sep'20

    Wielding influence: The challenges CIOs face under Covid-19

    IT decision-makers are more necessary than ever, but their skills are being put to the test as the implications of the pandemic and the role of technology in the business evolves, according to the 2020 global CIO survey by Harvey Nash and KPMG

  • September 22, 2020 22 Sep'20

    Microsoft Ignite: Revamped Teams and Azure options in offing to ease enterprises through Covid-19

    Microsoft is rolling out a series of additions to its cloud infrastructure and productivity portfolio, geared towards supporting enterprises as they adjust their digital transformation plans to accommodate coronavirus challenges

  • September 22, 2020 22 Sep'20

    Activision shoots down data breach claims

    Gaming company denies there has been any data breach after up to 500,000 accounts appeared to have been compromised, but evidence mounts that credential stuffing attacks are to blame

  • September 22, 2020 22 Sep'20

    GDS reviewing Cloud First policy post-Schrems II

    Review seeks to determine the future of government engagement with cloud hosting services as they relate to cross-border data flows