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As a UX professional in today’s data-driven landscape, it’s increasingly likely that you’ve been asked to design a personalized digital experience, whether it’s a public website, user [...]
The mobile-first design methodology is great—it focuses on what really matters to the user, it’s well-practiced, and it’s been a common design pattern for years. So developing your CSS [...]
About two and a half years ago, I introduced the idea of daily ethical design. It was born out of my frustration with the many obstacles to achieving design that’s usable and equitable; [...]
CSS is about styling boxes. In fact, the whole web is made of boxes, from the browser viewport to elements on a page. But every once in a while a new feature comes along that makes us rethink [...]
Do you find yourself designing screens with only a vague idea of how the things on the screen relate to the things elsewhere in the system? Do you leave stakeholder meetings with unclear [...]
Do you remember when having a great website was enough? Now, people are getting answers from Siri, Google search snippets, and mobile apps, not just our websites. Forward-thinking [...]
Antiracist economist Kim Crayton says that “intention without strategy is chaos.” We’ve discussed how our biases, assumptions, and inattention toward marginalized and vulnerable groups [...]

ARS TECHNICA

5 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / A view of the Colorado River from the Navajo Bridge in Marble Canyon, Arizona on Aug. 31, 2022. (credit: Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images) In 2007, the seven states that [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / The Vanpowers City Vanture. Spotting the "e" on this e-bike at a glance is trickier than most. (credit: Kevin Purdy) A "city" bike could mean many different things. It [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge (credit: Andrea Nissotti / EyeEm) On Saturday afternoon, US jets intercepted the Chinese surveillance balloon as it was leaving the continental US. Live footage of the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / An early edition of one of Dublin's most famous literary masterpieces: Ulysses by James Joyce, published in 1922. (credit: Fran Caffrey/AFP/Getty Images) Ulysses, the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge (credit: Olena Ruban via Getty Images) The 1960s was a big decade for cannabis: Images of flower power, the summer of love and Woodstock wouldn’t be complete without a [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Your gut has an obvious job: It processes the food you eat. But it has another important function: It protects you from the bacteria, viruses, or [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Enlarge / Raft is developed by Redbeet Interactive and published by Axolot Games. (credit: Redbeet Interactive) My co-op gaming group has logged a few hundred extra hours in Deep [...]

BBC Tech News

4 Feb. 2023
The global police agency has built its own virtual reality (VR) space, for users to do training.
4 Feb. 2023
The Tesla boss is cleared of fraud charges over a tweet about taking the carmaker back into private ownership.
3 Feb. 2023
One former senior manager tells the BBC the treatment of workers by Elon Musk was "unjustifiable".
3 Feb. 2023
The Microsoft co-founder also believes artificial intelligence will "dramatically" transform humanity.
1 Feb. 2023
The chatbot has been used millions of times since its public launch last year.
1 Feb. 2023
Tesla invested $1.5bn in the cryptocurrency in early 2021, and briefly accepted it as payment.
1 Feb. 2023
Proposals are being set out as scandals and tumbling values raise questions about the industry's future.

Blockchain News

5 Feb. 2023
The FBI confiscated the property in October 2022 for violating "federal law," with the NFTs valued over $100,000. (Read More)
5 Feb. 2023
Customers may "orderly remove" assets on March 6. (Read More)
5 Feb. 2023
Chair Rostin Behnam said the CFTC was "ideally positioned" to solve crypto regulatory shortcomings, but legislators needed to provide it power. (Read More)
5 Feb. 2023
Binance returned to South Korea with a controlling ownership in ailing exchange Gopax. (Read More)
5 Feb. 2023
In a court filing, crypto mining firm Core Scientific stated the equipment were no longer needed for its operations and future plans. (Read More)
5 Feb. 2023
In a court filing, crypto mining firm Core Scientific stated the equipment were no longer needed for its operations and future plans. (Read More)
5 Feb. 2023
A crypto licence and custody document will be released in mid-2023. (Read More)

CoinDesk

5 Feb. 2023
The tech company was valued at $8 billion during a funding round last year.
4 Feb. 2023
Twelve of the thirteen timepieces will be made exclusively available to holders of Murakami and Hublot’s previous NFT collection.
4 Feb. 2023
The White House published a statement warning about the risks of cryptocurrencies, pointing to last year’s various collapses. I spoke to an administration official about the statement and what it [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Emergent is owner of 56 million shares of online brokerage Robinhood.
3 Feb. 2023
Fintech investment firm 1754 Finance, the originator of the debt pool with the most distressed loans, said it is liquidating the assets off-chain and negotiating with borrowers for repayments.
3 Feb. 2023
Protocol Labs, the company behind decentralized file storage network Filecoin, is laying off 21% of its staff, CEO Juan Benet announced in a blog post on Friday.
3 Feb. 2023
With the Newport upgrade, Lyra is also now integrated with GMX perpetuals, allowing users to benefit from improved capital efficiency and user experience.

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a16z Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
In this cross-over episode from Bio Eats World, Kristen Fortney, cofounder and CEO of BioAge, joins Vijay Pande, founding partner of a16z Bio + Health, and Olivia Webb, editorial lead, to discuss [...]
27 Jan. 2023
At the end of 2022, our team at a16z asked dozens of partners across the firm to spotlight one big idea that startups in their fields could tackle in 2023.Emerging from this exercise came 40+ [...]
24 Jan. 2023
At the end of 2022, our team at a16z asked dozens of partners across the firm to spotlight one big idea that startups in their fields could tackle in 2023.Emerging from this exercise came 40+ [...]
19 Jan. 2023
In this special episode, we share never heard before footage from Steve Wozniak alongside his cofounder and best man, Alex Fielding. Listeners get an inside look into what drove Woz to building a [...]
12 Jan. 2023
New year, new you! Right?Well, as much as we’d all like to believe that we embrace the new… the reality is that we often resist change.That’s why we’ve brought in someone who has studied how [...]
10 Jan. 2023
In this episode, Marc Andreessen and Vijay Pande discuss expert AI and its role in healthcare, bio, and more. Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/c7ScUDYSRYoSubscribe to Bio Eats World: [...]
6 Jan. 2023
with @robertiger @cdixon @smc90A wide-ranging conversation with Bob Iger on the interplay between technology, content, and distribution; as well as Bob’s journey -- and that of various creators! -- [...]

BleepingComputer

4 Feb. 2023
The New York attorney general's office has announced a $410,000 fine against a stalkerware developer who used 16 companies to promote surveillance tools illegally. [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Bermuda experienced a widespread power outage on Friday which impacted the island's internet and phone services. Calling it a "serious incident" at BELCO, the Bermudian power supplier, the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
While the week started slowly, it turned into a big ransomware mess, with attacks striking a big blow at businesses running VMware ESXi servers. [...]
3 Feb. 2023
PeopleConnect, the owners of the TruthFinder and Instant Checkmate background check services, confirmed they suffered a data breach after hackers leaked a 2019 backup database containing the info of [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Admins, hosting providers, and the French Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-FR) warn that attackers actively target VMware ESXi servers unpatched against a two-year-old remote code execution [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) has taken its IT systems offline and suspended non-emergency procedures following a late Thursday cyberattack. [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The developers of the GoAnywhere MFT file transfer solution are warning customers of zero-day remote code execution vulnerability on exposed administrator consoles. [...]

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Full Disclosure

31 Jan. 2023
In case you missed it, excerpts from our talks with rookie standup comic Cole Mier; CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane; Chef Daniel Harthausen, winner of HBO Max's "The Big [...]
23 Jan. 2023
"Why is there nowhere to turn for this?" ~Paige Wilson, whose own experience caring for her mother inspired her to found Naborforce, a venture-backed startup that connects older adults with people in [...]
15 Jan. 2023
CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane on the new GOP-led House's difficult math; January 6's long reach; social media and the renegade lawmaker; and the usefulness of George Santos to [...]
9 Jan. 2023
A 20-year old college dropout moves to the city and scrapes by with restaurant gigs. Seven years into this vision quest, he gets called to appear on an HBO cooking tournament -- and comes back to [...]
25 Dec. 2022
Aspiring comedian Cole Mier has been doing standup since the wise old age of eight. He's now 21, fresh out of UCLA, waiting tables and taking names -- and gigs. But it's not all laughs all the time.
24 Dec. 2022
In case you missed it... From Wall Street whistleblowing to coffee shop "tipflation" to Iran's season of protest -- highlights from recent episodes, for your holiday-travel enjoyment.
19 Dec. 2022
Puck co-founder Jon Kelly on his foray into the world of private equity -- to emerge with the business plan and funding for an influence-driven media startup. Puck is breaking news, making waves and [...]

Hackaday

5 Feb. 2023
Sometimes, security mechanisms can be bypassed if you just do things slightly out of the ordinary. For instance, readout protection on microcontrollers is a given nowadays, to the point where [...]
5 Feb. 2023
What is an FDM filament coloring’s purpose but to be an aesthetic choice? As it turns out, the additives that create these changes in coloring and transparency also affect the base properties [...]
5 Feb. 2023
We see a lot of clocks, and many of the better ones have some 3D printed elements to them. But [Carl Sabanski] shows us his kits for making sundials for either hemisphere using a conventional printer [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Home shop machinists know dust shields are important for keeping swarf out of expensive linear rails and ball screws. [Petteri Aimonen] demonstrates three inexpensive ways to DIY some bellows-style [...]
5 Feb. 2023
The fonts seen with old computer systems such as those from Apple and Commodore, as well as Microsoft Windows 3.1 and older, form an integral part of our interaction with these systems. These days [...]
5 Feb. 2023
When a vintage computer is all but unobtanium, software emulation is often all that remains. Unless you are [Michael Gardi], who saw an opportunity to reproduce Canada’s home-grown MCM/70 [...]
4 Feb. 2023
A computing platform is never really dead unless people stop developing new software for it. By that measure, the Commodore 64 is alive and well: new games, demos, and utilities are still being [...]

Hackaday Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos met up over thousands of miles to discuss the hottest hacks of the past seven days. There's a whole lot of news this [...]
27 Jan. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi meet up virtually to talk about all the hacks that are fit to print. This week's episode starts off with a discussion about [...]
20 Jan. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos stood around and marveled at machinery in its many forms, from a stone-cutting CNC to an acrobatic robot to an [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Even for those with paraskevidekatriaphobia, today is your lucky day as Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Staff Writer Dan Maloney sit under ladders with umbrellas while holding black cats to talk [...]
6 Jan. 2023
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi ring in the New Year with...well, pretty much the same stuff they do every other week. After taking some time to talk about [...]
30 Dec. 2022
This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos decided against using one of Kristina's tin can microphones to record the podcast, though that might be a cool [...]
23 Dec. 2022
As we slide into the Christmas, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Staff Writer Dan Maloney look at the best and brightest of this week's hacks. It wasn't an easy task -- so much good stuff to [...]

HACKER NEWS

5 Feb. 2023
Article URL: https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2023/01/15/diagnosis-apps-digital-doctors-office/ Comments URL: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=34667156 Points: 1 # Comments: 0
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Article URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWoXFdRhPKc Comments URL: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=34667155 Points: 1 # Comments: 0
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Article URL: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2023/feb/05/how-far-should-we-go-with-gene-editing-in-pursuit-of-the-perfect-human Comments URL: [...]
5 Feb. 2023
I am a bit fuzzy here, but I recall Google having a deal with Twitter and access to the firehose.I recall finding all kinds of specific tweets, by searching "string," etc.This does not seem to be [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Article URL: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9060334/ Comments URL: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=34667106 Points: 1 # Comments: 0
5 Feb. 2023
Article URL: https://www.robinsloan.com/newsletters/sunshine-skyway/ Comments URL: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=34667102 Points: 1 # Comments: 0
5 Feb. 2023
Article URL: https://www.cochranelibrary.com/content?templateType=full&urlTitle=/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD006207.pub6&doi=10.1002/14651858.CD006207.pub6&type=cdsr&contentLanguage= Comments URL: [...]

IEEE SPECTRUM

5 Feb. 2023
It’s lunchtime when your phone pings you with a green owl who cheerily reminds you to “Keep Duo Happy!” It’s a nudge from Duolingo, the popular language-learning app, whose algorithms know [...]
4 Feb. 2023
The introduction of any new system causes perturbations within the current operating environment, which in turn, create behavioral responses, some predictable, many not. As University of Michigan [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few [...]
3 Feb. 2023
As the automotive industry develops vehicles with increased levels of autonomous driving requiring more sensors and increased connectivity, it faces the challenge of transporting and processing a [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Some observers say the metaverse is an expanded set of digital worlds that will grow out of the online environments that people are already familiar with, such as enhancing the extended-reality (XR) [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Achieving fully autonomous driving relies on vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication between the surrounding infrastructure and in-vehicle-based sensors.The functionality and safety of systems [...]
31 Jan. 2023
IEEE Life Fellow Vinton “Vint” Cerf, widely known as the “Father of the Internet,” is the recipient of the 2023 IEEE Medal of Honor. He is being recognized “for co-creating the Internet [...]

Inc.com

5 Feb. 2023
No one quite knows how the changes will affect them, or when. It's very, very clever.
4 Feb. 2023
From social media summits to SEO immersions, these are the top digital marketing conferences you'll want to check out this year.
4 Feb. 2023
A new survey shows what you say matters to you is probably not what you tell your kids should matter to them.
4 Feb. 2023
Become your own Sasha Fierce with your alarm.
4 Feb. 2023
The most important single thing is to focus obsessively on the customer ..."
4 Feb. 2023
Tom Brady has retired. Here's what we can learn.
4 Feb. 2023
It makes Apple unique among today's tech giants.

INTERNET ARCHIVE BLOGS

29 Jan. 2023
It’s time to add another family of emulated older technology to the Internet Archive.The vast majority of platforms within what we call The Emularity happens because of the work of MAME Team, [...]
27 Jan. 2023
We have observed some confusion about the Internet Archive’s removal of links to a BBC documentary about Indian PM Narendra Modi (“India: the Modi Question”). Internet Archive can [...]
24 Jan. 2023
Internet Archive’s Digital Library of Amateur Radio & Communications is quickly growing to become an important archive of radio’s past and present. The collection has blossomed to well [...]
21 Jan. 2023
At Internet Archive we love to see how creative people can get with the material we make available online. As part of this year’s Public Domain Day celebration we asked the greater community [...]
20 Jan. 2023
People from around the world — many wearing their best roaring ‘20s attire — came to the Internet Archive’s online party on January 19 to toast creative works recently added to the public [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Festivities are planned on January 19 to recognize Public Domain Day and embrace the possibilities of new works freely available from 1927. In the United States, the recent declaration of the [...]
1 Jan. 2023
This year we are welcoming works from 1927 into the public domain in the United States, including books, periodicals, sheet music, and movies.  Big events of 1927 include the first [...]

MIT News

5 Feb. 2023
As plastic pollution continues to mount, with growing risks to ecosystems and wildlife, manufacturers are beginning to make ambitious commitments to keep new plastics out of the environment. A [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Although her research focuses on daunting issues such as global poverty, MIT Professor Esther Duflo never neglects to dedicate time to something else she finds just as important: mentoring her [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Genetic engineering and personalized cell therapies could transform health care. In recent years, stem cells and gene-editing tools like CRISPR have been making headlines for the possibilities they [...]
3 Feb. 2023
What do the Apple watch and the Raptor engine of the SpaceX Starship have in common? Answer: Both are made, in part, from advanced materials developed over only a few years — as opposed to the [...]
3 Feb. 2023
MIT’s K. Lisa Yang Center for Bionics has entered into a collaboration with the government of Sierra Leone to strengthen the capabilities and services of that country’s orthotic and [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The brain’s cerebral cortex produces perception based on the sensory information it’s fed through a region called the thalamus. “How the thalamus communicates with the cortex is a fundamental [...]
2 Feb. 2023
The following press release was issued today by the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. A common sign of Alzheimer’s disease is the excessive buildup of two types of protein in the brain: tangles [...]

Pivot

3 Feb. 2023
The Fed eases up on the brakes, Elon Musk looks for new ways to monetize Twitter, and Snap has another rough quarter. Also: Meta may have prevailed in a fight with the [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Today Kara’s out sick and we’re sharing an episode of Land of the Giants.When Tinder launched in 2012, it changed dating culture and our expectations around dating forever by leveraging [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Kara and Scott discuss the Bad Blood between the Senate Judiciary Committee and Live Nation, Walmart giving workers a raise, and the cancelled Murdoch merger of Fox and News Corp. Also, will [...]
24 Jan. 2023
Biden will get a new Chief of Staff, the U.S. Attorney has questions for Amazon, and Elon takes the stand. Over at Netflix: strong subscriber growth, and Reed Hastings is out as Co-CEO. And [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Kara and Scott discuss Microsoft layoffs, cryptocurrency’s surprising recovery, and Jacinda Ardern’s resignation. Plus, someone bought a Twitter bird statue for $100k, and it wasn’t [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Kara and Scott visit London's "new Palo Alto" for a live discussion on Tim Cook's pay cut, Prince Harry's memoir "Spare," and what European regulation means for social media users. Also, [...]
13 Jan. 2023
At Munich's Digital-Life-Design conference, Kara and Scott unpack EU tech regulations, Tesla's many challenges (including Twitter), and OpenAI's future in Microsoft products. Also, what the [...]

Rest of World

2 Feb. 2023
On January 21, India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting banned the sharing of a BBC documentary for “undermining the sovereignty and integrity of India” — and Indians have been looking...
2 Feb. 2023
Sachin Tati, a loyal customer of India’s largest online fashion portal Myntra, is irritated that his favorite shopping app is overhauling its returns policy. Tati says he has used Myntra...
2 Feb. 2023
In early 2021, in Manila, a social media app called Lyka seemed to appear out of nowhere. Lyka promised the impossible: earn money just for being online. On the app,...
1 Feb. 2023
Whether Uber is a transportation company or a technology platform has long been at the heart of the discussion of its legal responsibilities with its third-party contractors. With the array...
1 Feb. 2023
Mara Karla Sánchez often feels compelled to send groceries to her mother and grandfather;  they live in the Cuban capital of Havana and often struggle to find basic goods on...
31 Jan. 2023
Bhavik Vasa is the founder of GetVantage, an alternative funding platform based in Mumbai that provides startups revenue-based financing (RBF), where entrepreneurs don’t need to dilute equity or [...]
31 Jan. 2023
In November 2022, the police station at Malawi’s capital city Lilongwe registered at least two complaints involving fraudsters who had transferred more than 3 million Malawi kwacha (around $2,920 [...]

Schneier on Security

3 Feb. 2023
A survey of giant squid science. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven’t covered. Read my blog posting guidelines here.
3 Feb. 2023
A Hacker’s Mind will be published on Tuesday. I have done a written interview and a podcast interview about the book. It’s been chosen as a “February 2023 Must-Read Book” by [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Interesting research: “Facial Misrecognition Systems: Simple Weight Manipulations Force DNNs to Err Only on Specific Persons“: Abstract: In this paper we describe how to plant novel types [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Hacker “Capture the Flag” has been a mainstay at hacker gatherings since the mid-1990s. It’s like the outdoor game, but played on computer networks. Teams of hackers defend their own [...]
1 Feb. 2023
This is the result of a security audit: More than a fifth of the passwords protecting network accounts at the US Department of the Interior—including Password1234, Password1234!, and [...]
31 Jan. 2023
Chainalysis reports that worldwide ransomware payments were down in 2022. Ransomware attackers extorted at least $456.8 million from victims in 2022, down from $765.6 million the year before. As [...]
30 Jan. 2023
NIST is planning a significant update of its Cybersecurity Framework. At this point, it’s asking for feedback and comments to its concept paper. Do the proposed changes reflect the current [...]

Singularity Hub

5 Feb. 2023
It doesn’t take much to get ChatGPT to make a factual mistake. My son is doing a report on US presidents, so I figured I’d help him out by looking up a few biographies. I tried asking for a list [...]
4 Feb. 2023
TECH ChatGPT May Be the Fastest Growing App in History Lauren Leffer | Gizmodo “In January, just two months after the program’s public launch, ChatGPT reached 100 million monthly active users [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Some 540 million years ago, diverse life forms suddenly began to emerge from the muddy ocean floors of planet Earth. This period is known as the Cambrian Explosion, and these aquatic critters are our [...]
2 Feb. 2023
Last summer, the biggest four-day work week trial in the world kicked off in the UK. 3,300 people started working 80 percent of their regular hours for 100 percent of their pay. Feedback from [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Flight. Invisibility. Mind-reading. Super-strength. These powers have mostly been limited to the realms of science fiction and fantasy, though we’re starting to see robots and computers replicate [...]
31 Jan. 2023
We speak at a rate of roughly 160 words every minute. That speed is incredibly difficult to achieve for speech brain implants. Decades in the making, speech implants use tiny electrode arrays [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Last July, New York-based startup MyForest foods announced the opening of a vertical farm that would grow three million pounds of mycelium a year, all for plant-based bacon. Now competitor Meati [...]

Smashing Magazine

2 Feb. 2023
What UX podcasts are you listening to? Below you’ll find a few wonderful UX podcasts we came across, as well as podcasts that the UX community shared with us. Whether you’re particularly [...]
2 Feb. 2023
This article is a sponsored by AWS Amazon A good chunk of all websites out there runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). At the most basic, a website will usually use Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 solutions [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Since Next.js 13 release, there’s been some debate about how stable the shiny new features packed in the announcement are. On “What’s New in Next.js 13?” we have covered the release announced [...]
31 Jan. 2023
As designers we usually turn to different sources of inspiration, and, well, sometimes the best inspiration lies right in front of us. With that in mind, we embarked on our wallpapers adventure more [...]
31 Jan. 2023
This article is a sponsored by Gong.io Perhaps this is a controversial statement, but I hate it when UI and UX designers are referred to interchangeably. To my mind, at least, they are different [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) have been a staple in Web Development for quite some time, and for a good reason. They can be scaled up or down without loss of quality due to their vector properties. [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Nurturing connections with your customers is one of the most effective ways to gain valuable insight into their experiences with your product and make informed decisions that fuel growth and success. [...]

The Register

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Andreessen Horowitz

3 Feb. 2023
… The post Symbolic testing with Halmos: Leveraging existing tests for formal verification appeared first on Andreessen Horowitz.
1 Feb. 2023
Founders and company leaders take for granted that customer segmentation is important. However, those less experienced with the nuances of segmentation often don’t appreciate why segmentation is [...]
1 Feb. 2023
We’ve previously discussed some common issues around pricing and tips for bottom up pricing and packaging, but growth-stage companies often encounter less obvious problems when structuring product [...]
31 Jan. 2023
… The post Token design: Mental models, capabilities, and emerging design spaces appeared first on Andreessen Horowitz.
31 Jan. 2023
… The post Consensus Canon appeared first on Andreessen Horowitz.
30 Jan. 2023
This first appeared in the monthly a16z fintech newsletter. Subscribe to stay on top of the latest fintech news. 2023: A Year for Fintech M&A? We’re only one month into 2023, and fintech [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Debt is daunting—its labyrinth of complex rules, opaque governing bodies, and unique vernacular makes it difficult for the average consumer to understand. Concepts like credit scores, APRs, [...]

Mashable

5 Feb. 2023
With King Charles III's coronation right around the corner, SNL thought it best to seek the expertise of real Brits. When British rappers Milly Pounds and Shirty (James Austin Johnson and Devon [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Bowen Yang has practically made a career out of playing objects and insects (the iceberg that sank the Titanic, the spotted lantern fly) and this week he returned to the SNL stage as a particularly [...]
5 Feb. 2023
What makes Saturday Night Live's Lisa from Temecula sketch so funny, isn't the material itself. It's that everyone in the sketch from Nwodim to host Pedro Pascal can't hold character the entire [...]
5 Feb. 2023
It seems the success of HBO's The Last of Us has gotten to the heads of the executives, who are now making plans to reimagine another hugely popular video game into a gritty psychological drama. And [...]
5 Feb. 2023
TL;DR: As of Feb. 5, you can score a Nationwide Players Pass Annual Golf Membership and a $50 Restaurant.com eGift card for only $49 — that's a 75% discount from the usual value.It’s [...]
5 Feb. 2023
TL;DR: As of Feb. 5, you can pick up a refurbished Microsoft Surface 3 Tablet for only $159.99 instead of $594 — that's 73% in savings.Whether we like it or not, multitasking is a necessary [...]
5 Feb. 2023
TL;DR: As of Feb. 5, you can get a lifetime subscription to the Jillian Michaels Fitness App for just $179 instead of $449.95. That's a 60% price drop for a limited time.As much as it’d be [...]

NN/g UX Podcast

3 Feb. 2023
With the recent surge in tech layoffs, a downsizing of UX labor means UX research is harder to do, meaning: research needs to be prioritized in really intentional ways. Discount inspection methods [...]
6 Jan. 2023
The term artificial intelligence, AI, is having a bit of a boom, with the explosion in popularity of tools like ChatGPT, Lensa, DALL•E 2, and many others. The praises of AI have been equally met [...]
30 Sep. 2022
Building exceptional experiences usable by all is no easy feat. Focusing on what can be influenced and accepting what cannot be changed are two critical steps to crafting better products... and [...]
12 Aug. 2022
How has the UX field changed over the years? What does the future of UX work look like if scope is wildly expanding? Will we be automated out of a job? What should teams do to ensure they’re not [...]
3 Jun. 2022
Visual design takes a lot more work than just making things look pretty, and is a fundamental part of many user's experiences. Our digital design lead, Kelley Gordon, shares some practical tips for [...]
19 Apr. 2022
What does it take to be successful in the field of user experience? There isn't a single, clear-cut answer, but there are a number of different skills, traits, and perspectives that foster better [...]
18 Mar. 2022
Have you thought about your career lately? Chances are, you have - given the buzz around the record high voluntary resignation rates during this “Great Resignation.” In this episode, Sarah Doody, [...]

TechCrunch

5 Feb. 2023
Nobody starts a hardware company with the express goal of destroying as much of the planet as they possibly can. Walking around the startup hall at CES, however, I noticed that — with a few notable [...]
5 Feb. 2023
India is moving to block 232 apps, some with links to China, that offer betting and loan services in the South Asian market to prevent misuse of the citizens’ data, the state-owned public [...]
5 Feb. 2023
Last week, Twitter said it is shutting down free access to its APIs starting February 9. Now, days before the deadline, Elon Musk said that after getting feedback from developers, Twitter will [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app economy in 2023 hit a few snags, as [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Welcome to Startups Weekly, a nuanced take on this week’s startup news and trends by Senior Reporter and Equity co-host Natasha Mascarenhas. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here. Toward the [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Happy weekend, folks, and welcome back to the TechCrunch Week in Review. Henry here, standing in for a vacationing Kyle Wiggers, who is standing in for a parental-leaving Greg Kumparak. Listen, [...]
4 Feb. 2023
W elcome to the TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s inspired by the daily TechCrunch+ column where it gets its name. Want it in your inbox every Saturday? Sign up [...]

האחראי על האינטרנט

7 Jan. 2023
ד"ר יובל פינטר מסביר לנו איך הבינה המלאכותית שמצ'טטת איתנו לא מבינה מילה ממה שאנחנו שואלים - וגם לא את התשובות של עצמה. להרחבה: http://room404.net/?p=79038
12 Dec. 2022
האחראי על האינטרנט: מהשינויים בטוויטר תחת מאסק ועד מטבעות דיגיטליים
3 Dec. 2022
מחאה ניצתה בישראל בגלל החלטת נטפליקס לשדר את הסרט הירדני "פרחה" (فَرْحَة) של הבמאית דארין סאלאם, שעוסק בנכבה [...]
22 Oct. 2022
ממשל ביידן הכריז מלחמת-שבבים על סין כדי "להגן על הבטחון הלאומי ואינטרסי מדיניות החוץ של ארה”ב" • בעל טסלה מצא [...]
1 Oct. 2022
דנה הילמן יצרה והגישה את הדוקו-פודקאסט "עבר פלילי" על פשעי עבר בישראל. כשהעלתה לאתרה תמונה מזירת פשע, סוכנות [...]
17 Sep. 2022
פריצה חמורה לחברת ניהול ההסעות בתשלום: ההאקר.ית השיג.ה גישה למערכות תקשורת פנימארגונית, הנדסה ואבטחת מידע - בגלל עובד שנמאס לו לקבל בסלולרי בקשות אישור גישה 📻 הרחבה: http://room404.net/?p=78917
10 Sep. 2022
עוד לא נרגענו מהבינה המלאכותית שיודעת לצייר לפי תיאור מילולי וכבר יש תוכנה שיוצרת ככה סרטונים • וגם: איך הפך שיר נידח בן עשר ללהיט רשת 📻 להרחבה: http://room404.net/?p=78904

AI News

3 Feb. 2023
Google is holding an AI event next week to make some announcements ahead of rivals. The web giant says the event will provide an update on how Google is “using the power of AI to reimagine how [...]
3 Feb. 2023
When it comes to workplace bugbears, wasting time fruitlessly searching shared drives for a particular resource has to be up there. Yet would it not be easier to lighten the workload through an [...]
1 Feb. 2023
OpenAI has launched a tool for detecting text generated using services like its own ChatGPT. Generative AI models used for services like ChatGPT have raised many societal and ethical questions: [...]
1 Feb. 2023
The retail sector is no longer a haven for old technologies, where customers refuse to abandon their favorite brands. Every business in a competitive retail ecosystem is struggling to keep customers [...]
31 Jan. 2023
The US and EU have signed a landmark agreement to explore how AI can be used to improve lives. The US Department of State and EU Commission’s Directorate-General for Communications Networks, [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Chinese web giant Baidu is preparing to launch a powerful ChatGPT rival in March. Baidu is often called the “Google of China” because it offers similar services, including search, maps, [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Zoom is getting into the conversational AI arena with the launch of Zoom Virtual Agent. The chatbot solution aims to improve how businesses assist their customers and employees by delivering fast [...]

Becoming Human: Artificial Intelligence Magazine

1 Feb. 2023
In this post, we will dive deep into the world of Artificial Intelligence and take a closer look at two of the most advanced AI algorithms…Continue reading on Becoming Human: Artificial [...]
1 Feb. 2023
In this blog post, we will take a closer look at the implications of ChatGPT’s authorship, the role of AI in scientific literature, and…Continue reading on Becoming Human: Artificial [...]
1 Feb. 2023
So far this is the 7th blog in the journey of basics to advance SQL. you can refer to previous blogs for learning SQL from scratch, This blog contains good knowledge about views, functions, and [...]
1 Feb. 2023
Linear & Logistic: The Relationship Between Regression ModelsContinue reading on Becoming Human: Artificial Intelligence Magazine »
1 Feb. 2023
Meet Mr. ChatGPT: A Large Language Model Trained by OpenAIHello and welcome to the blog! My name is ChatGPT, and I am a large language model trained by OpenAI. P.S. This article includes a use case [...]
23 Jan. 2023
The AI revolution is upon us, and it’s important to be prepared for the changes it will bring. Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to disrupt industries and change the way we live and work. From [...]
23 Jan. 2023
Day 6: Advance SQL For Data ScienceThis blog contains type of joins like Inner join, Left join, Right join , Full join, Self join and Cross join.A JOIN clause is used to combine rows from two or [...]

cyber

2 Feb. 2023
What would you give to live forever? Hell, what would you give to have the body of an 18-year-old well into your 40s? That’s the goal of tech CEO Bryan Johnnson. He is, by his own estimation, the [...]
1 Feb. 2023
On January 31, a court in Iran handed out a combined sentence of 10 years to a couple who danced outside of Azadi Tower in Tehran, Iran. A film of the brief dance went viral on Instagram and Twitter. [...]
27 Jan. 2023
In 2016, Americans working in Cuba began to experience something strange. Something that is, to this day, unexplained. They felt a pressure in the brain, a ringing in their ear, and in the aftermath [...]
24 Jan. 2023
We've all heard about how Facebook is destroying democracy. How Twitter enables the loudest, dumbest voices to have the most influence. How Instagram has ruined an entire generation's self esteem. [...]
18 Jan. 2023
Replika is a chatbot that you can find on the App Store. It bills itself as a companion that can, if you pay, become something more. The ads on the internet offer a repertoire of sexually suggestive [...]
12 Jan. 2023
Recent remarks from Richard Trumka Jr., one of the three commissioners with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), sparked outrage in some circles. As it turns out, gas stoves aren’t [...]
10 Jan. 2023
Encrypted app for criminals Cipher is rebranding to go above-board, California has got new digital license plates with strange security implications, a researcher made deepfaked demands for a refund [...]

Darknet Diaries

27 Dec. 2022
Andy Greenberg (https://twitter.com/a_greenberg) brings us a gut wrenching story of how criminal investigators used bitcoin tracing techniques to try to find out who was at the center of a [...]
13 Dec. 2022
Join us as we sit down with Jason Haddix (https://twitter.com/Jhaddix), a renowned penetration tester who has made a name for himself by uncovering vulnerabilities in some of the world’s [...]
29 Nov. 2022
Brett Johnson, AKA Gollumfun (twitter.com/GOllumfun) was involved with the websites Counterfeit Library and Shadow Crew. He tells his story of what happened there and some of the crimes he [...]
15 Nov. 2022
Brett Johnson, AKA Gollumfun (twitter.com/GOllumfun) was involved with the websites Counterfeit Library and Shadow Crew. He tells his story of what happened there and some of the crimes he [...]
1 Nov. 2022
Maddie Stone is a security researcher for Google’s Project Zero. In this episode we hear what it’s like battling zero day vulnerabilities.SponsorsSupport for this show comes from [...]
18 Oct. 2022
REvil is the name of a ransomware service as well as a group of criminals inflicting ransomware onto the world. Hear how this ransomware shook the world.A special thanks to our guest Will, a [...]
4 Oct. 2022
Jeremiah Roe is a seasoned penetration tester. In this episode he tells us about a time when he had to break into a building to prove it wasn’t as secure as the company thought.You can [...]

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Lex Fridman Podcast

2 Feb. 2023
Tim Dodd is host of the Everyday Astronaut YouTube channel, where he teaches about rocket engines and all things space travel. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – [...]
28 Jan. 2023
David Kipping is an astronomer at Columbia University, director of the Cool Worlds Lab, and host of the Cool Worlds YouTube channel. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – [...]
25 Jan. 2023
Jeremi Suri is a historian at UT Austin. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/lex to get special savings – BetterHelp: [...]
21 Jan. 2023
Dennis Whyte is a nuclear scientist at MIT and the director of the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Rocket Money: [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Imam Omar Suleiman is the Founder and President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research and a professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University. Please support this podcast by [...]
11 Jan. 2023
MrBeast is a legendary YouTube creator. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – House of Macadamias: https://houseofmacadamias.com/lex and use code LEX to get 20% off your [...]
29 Dec. 2022
Betül Kaçar is an astrobiologist at University of Wisconsin. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – House of Macadamias: https://houseofmacadamias.com/lex and use code [...]

OpenAI

1 Feb. 2023
We’re launching a pilot subscription plan for ChatGPT, a conversational AI that can chat with you, answer follow-up questions, and challenge incorrect assumptions. The new subscription plan, [...]
31 Jan. 2023
We’re launching a classifier trained to distinguish between AI-written and human-written text. We’ve trained a classifier to distinguish between text written by a human and text [...]
23 Jan. 2023
We're happy to announce that OpenAI and Microsoft are extending our partnership. This multi-year, multi-billion dollar investment from Microsoft follows their previous investments in 2019 and [...]
11 Jan. 2023
OpenAI researchers collaborated with Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology and the Stanford Internet Observatory to investigate how large language models might [...]
15 Dec. 2022
We are excited to announce a new embedding model which is significantly more capable, cost effective, and simpler to use. The new model, text-embedding-ada-002, replaces five separate models for [...]
30 Nov. 2022
We’ve trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge [...]
3 Nov. 2022
Starting today, developers can begin building apps with the DALL·E API. Read documentation Developers can now integrate DALL·E directly into their apps and products through our API. More [...]

TED Radio Hour

3 Feb. 2023
Original broadcast date: May 6, 2022. MLK Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin are household names, but what about their mothers? This hour, author Anna Malaika Tubbs explores how these three women [...]
27 Jan. 2023
Information feels more accessible than ever, but the ways we store data are surprisingly fragile. Can we save anything forever? This hour, TED speakers explore preserving our past, present and [...]
20 Jan. 2023
Original broadcast date: April 8, 2022. Giving and receiving care—it's a natural part of life. But how do we offer the best possible support for our loved ones? This hour, TED speakers share ideas [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Resolutions are easy to make, even easier to break. But what if a story or idea can motivate us in a whole new way? This hour, TED speakers offer different perspectives on our most common [...]
6 Jan. 2023
Original broadcast date: Friday, May 20, 2022. "Reduce, reuse, recycle." We've heard that for decades - but does it work? This hour, TED speakers reimagine the well-known slogan and reconsider how we [...]
30 Dec. 2022
Original broadcast date: June 17, 2022. Musician Jacob Collier is known for his electrifying performances and thoughtful views on art and humanity. This hour, Jacob joins us for a conversation on the [...]
28 Dec. 2022
As a special bonus, we're sharing an episode from a new TED podcast, ReThinking with Adam Grant. Adam joins neuroscientist Chantel Prat, who dispels what you thought you knew about your brain.

The Register - Software: AI + ML

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New Atlas

4 Feb. 2023
Not the average Mitsubishi Outlander, or the average camper van, the Outlander PHEV E:Pop is a pop-top camper wagon that provides an efficient but long range-capable means of getting to base camp and [...]
4 Feb. 2023
DARPA has chosen two radically different designs from teams led by General Atomics and Aurora Flight Systems for development of the Liberty Lifter Seaplane Wing-in-Ground Effect full-scale seaborne [...]
3 Feb. 2023
While short-range radio remote control may be fine for consumer drones, long-distance delivery drones often use cellular networks to communicate with their operators. A new mobile network system [...]
3 Feb. 2023
The sharpness of images on a MicroLED screen is limited by how tightly the pixels that make up the display are packed. MIT scientists have taken a unique approach to packing them much tighter, by [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Searching the galaxy for planets like Earth is a slow-going needle-in-a-haystack proposition. In fact, out of over 5,000 other planets discovered by astronomers to date, only about 12 even come [...]
3 Feb. 2023
Chinese e-mobility outfit Magicycle has launched what's it's calling an ebike SUV, a full-squish fat-tire electric mountain bike called the Deer that can also serve as a capable commuter and trekking [...]
3 Feb. 2023
MitchCraft Tiny Homes, which recently completed a very compact model, has also put the finishing touches to another towable dwelling that's far larger. Named Lisa's 30 x 10 Tiny Home, it features a [...]

The MIT Press Reader

2 Feb. 2023
While the meal in a pill remains a dream of science fiction, new and intriguing ideas continue to emerge.
30 Jan. 2023
The Czech writer’s darkly humorous novel, published in 1936, anticipated our current reality with eerie accuracy.
26 Jan. 2023
Architect and poet Paolo Belardi traces the many conditions and situations that have inspired extraordinary ideas across the arts and sciences.
23 Jan. 2023
In the landscape of madness, time lies open and exposed.
19 Jan. 2023
How Lebanon’s brutal civil war aborted a grand vision of social reform and the expansion of mental health care.
16 Jan. 2023
A poetic history of descents, both real and fictional.
12 Jan. 2023
Kathryn Hall, an expert on placebos, considers the ways that expectations and learning affect our response to them.

The Verge

5 Feb. 2023
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Apple’s exploring the possibility of launching a more expensive iPhone “Ultra” above the iPhone Pro and Pro Max [...]
5 Feb. 2023
The newest SmartThings hub can also charge your smartphone and find your keys — plus it’s a Matter controller and Thread border router. But there’s no support for Z-Wave, and too many [...]
4 Feb. 2023
The Model Y just got more expensive. | Image: Getty Images Tesla raised the price of its Model Y electric vehicle (EV) just hours after the US Treasury Department [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek (left) and Neko Health co-founder Hjalmar Nilsonne (right). | Image: Neko Health Spotify founder Daniel Ek is getting into the healthcare [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge A California judge is allowing Meta to close its acquisition of virtual reality fitness startup Within despite an ongoing [...]
4 Feb. 2023
The midrange Galaxy Chromebook 2 packs plenty of bang for just $499. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Happy Saturday, readers! During its Unpacked event [...]
4 Feb. 2023
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Twitter wants to cash in on businesses on the platform by charging them $1,000 per month to keep their gold checkmarks, [...]

xkcd

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Continuing Ed — with Edward Snowden

20 Sep. 2022
“Better that right counsels be known to enemies than that the evil secrets of tyrants should be concealed from the citizens. They who can treat secretly of the affairs of a nation have it [...]

99% Invisible

31 Jan. 2023
In the 20th century, Iowa high school girls basketball was HUGE but it was not the game we know today. In 6-on-6 basketball, the three forwards only play offense. And the three guards only play [...]
24 Jan. 2023
If you live in South Africa, you definitely know someone who runs ultra-marathons, probably lots of someones. Here, ultras are the stuff of a whole country’s new years resolutions and mid-life [...]
17 Jan. 2023
Back in 2017 we ran an episode about the history of Brazil's iconic, yellow national soccer jersey. We were reminded of that story during the recent world cup, and then again on January 8th as a mob [...]
10 Jan. 2023
We’re kicking off the new year at 99pi with a fresh installment of mini-stories, including: what lies at the intersection of a street and a road; the most unlikely of theme parks; and the evolution [...]
21 Dec. 2022
This time of year, right in the middle of the holiday season, there's a beloved, frenzied tradition playing out in Filipino households all around the world, with which reporter Gabrielle Berbey is [...]
14 Dec. 2022
The whole conceit of this show is that if look at the world in the right way, you’ll see stories everywhere. Some of the stories are epic power struggles chronicling the construction of a famous [...]
6 Dec. 2022
If you’ve ever flipped through the radio dial — not satellite, not podcasts, but good old-fashioned AM and FM radio — you may have noticed something. Right wing radio talk is everywhere.But the [...]

Ljudmila Lab

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