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Kevin Parker, chairman & CEO of HireVue, discusses utilizing machine learning and artificial intelligence to objectively assess employment candidates.
Exclusive: The exposed lookup tool let anyone run a customer's phone number -- and obtain their home address and account PIN, used to contact phone support.
PayPal held its bi-annual investor day on Thursday and outlined key points of its growth strategy as its rivalries with Square and Amazon heat up.
Soon, Apple will hold a keynote to open this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. CEO Tim Cook and other Apple executives will likely take the stage at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center to announce upcoming software updates for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, and HomePod. They may even announce new hardware. Here's what to expect, based on all the rumors so far.
Got too many blurry, out-of-focus pictures of your pet eating up precious storage space? Gemini Photos will take care of that.
Anthony Moschella, VP of Hardware at CTRL Labs, discusses how to control external devices with a non-invasive, inexpensive wearable that reads intention from nerve signals
Security measures and other IT controls don’t work unless they’re implemented consistently, predictably, and with integrity. The IT audit director develops and schedules internal audits to measure and...
Google will not robocall you unless you specifically requested a call. While it's difficult to fight phone spam, we have some suggestions that may help make things a bit less annoying.
Apple holds an annual conference in order to get developers up to speed with its latest advancements. This year, the conference will include the usual opening keynote, where Apple introduces its upcoming software updates and possibly new hardware refreshes. Here's how to watch Apple's keynote online.
If anything should happen to us humans (likelier and likelier), nice to know the joke Wiki entries will endure for billions of years
Part two: Auditing data on premise and in the cloud, spurring innovation in machine learning and interpretable AI, and influencing organizations, consumers, and legislation all over the world, GDPR is here to stay.