Browsing the web and using apps are two of the easiest ways to find information—but being online is also one of the easiest ways for your every digital move to be tracked. Every time you visit a website, a small army of cookies, trackers, and little pieces of embedded code watch what you do, follow you to other websites, and capture information about you to help serve you ads. Other information about us — data that perhaps we’d prefer not to share — is also available in those cookies, including our location, IP address, and computer platform or operating system.
For many years AI developers have been challenged to come up with a system capable of resolving the old Atari game Montezuma's Revenge. The problem was eventually resolved in 2018, where multiple groups (e.g. OpenAI and Uber) created alghoritms capable of human performance in playing this game.
Looks like there is now a new and harder challenge in The Obstacle Tower, designed by Unity Technologies as a way of achieving a major advancemenet in AI alghoritms.
The objective of this new set of rules is to give citizens back control over of their personal data, and to simplify the regulatory environment for business. The data protection reform is a key enabler of the Digital Single Market which the Commission has prioritised. The reform will allow European citizens and businesses to fully benefit from the digital economy.
President Trump’s decision to block a mega-merger deal between Broadcom and Qualcomm appears to be just the opening gambit for a significantly bolder strike on Chinese technology and investment firms as well as Chinese nationals learning and working in the United States.
Last month, the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, released a draft order that would soften net neutrality regulations. He wants to overturn the restrictions that make paid prioritization, blocking or throttling of traffic unlawful. If approved, this order could drastically alter the way that people experience and access the web. Without net neutrality, Internet Service Providers could determine what sites you can or cannot see.
The Drupal community is one of the largest open source communities in the world. Each year a mixed group of developers, designers, strategists, coordinators, editors, translators (and more) meet at DrupalCamps, meetups, and other events in more than 200 countries. But once a year, the community comes together in a European city for one of the biggest events related to the Drupal world, that is DrupalCon. This year, from September 26-29, the DrupalCon event will be held in Vienna.
During the security audit of Magento Community Edition, a high risk vulnerability was discovered that could lead to remote code execution and thus the complete system compromise including the database containing sensitive customer information such as stored credit card numbers and other payment information. There might be up to 200,000 online retailers at risk, according to security firm DefenseCode.
DrupalCon is an international educational event that brings together the people who use, develop, design, and support the Drupal platform. This year's instance is going to happen in Baltimore - USA from April 24 through April 28, so people are getting geared up to attend sessions, meet up with team members and clients, and let's not forget, load up on as much swag as possible.
The website has gone from being a tool to talk about and advertise a business, to actually being the business. In this article published on Enterpreneur.com, the author explains why we's pretty sure we are at the beginning of a tremendous wave of transformative cloud-driven innovation that will surpass the innovation and wealth generated during the earlier dotcom boom.
We’re seeing an increasing number of brute force password guessing attacks on Magento installations worldwide. In some cases, these attacks have resulted in unauthorized admin panel access. We highly recommend that you take steps outlined below to protect your store against such attacks.