Kaspersky Lab believes Microsoft is abusing its dominant position to force users to switch to Microsoft’s own Defender anti-virus product.On Thursday November 10, the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) announced that it was investigating Microsoft following a complaint from endpoint security firm Kaspersky Lab. On the same day Kaspersky Lab Chairman and CEO, Eugene Kaspersky, published a hard-hitting explanation in the form of a blog post. Kaspersky Lab believes Microsoft is abusing its dominant position to squeeze third party vendors with competitive offerings out of the Windows 10 ecosystem – and in particular, to force users to switch to Microsoft’s own Defender anti-virus product…
A research project has found that an AI could accurately predict the outcome of legal cases nearly 80% of the time.
An artificial intelligence system has correctly predicted the outcomes of hundreds of cases heard at the European Court of Human Rights, researchers have claimed.
The AI predicted the verdicts to an accuracy of 79%, according to the scientists involved.
AI is increasingly being used in fields such as journalism, law and accountancy.
But critics said no AI would be able to understand the nuances of a legal case.
The study, which was conducted by researchers at University College London and the universities of Sheffield and Pennsylvania, does not spell an end to lawyers, the researchers said.
The core parts of the Liquid Galaxy are open source: scripts to sync the view across application instances, as well as scripts to adjust the viewing angle of a 3D rendered environment (such as Google Earth).
This website links to code repositories where you can find specific features, installation guides, and even blueprints to build your own display frame …
What’s that song? On your cellphone, the popular app Shazam is able to answer that question by listening for just a few seconds, as if it were magic. On Apple’s computers, Shazam never turns the microphone off, even if you tell it to.
When a user of Shazam’s Mac app turns the app “OFF,” the app actually keeps the microphone on in the background. For the security researcher who discovered that the mic is always on, it’s a bug that users should know about. For Shazam, it’s just a feature that makes the app work better…