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- Living better with algorithmsby Grace Chua | MIT Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems on 18.5.2022 at 04:00
Graduate student Sarah Cen explores the interplay between humans and artificial intelligence systems, to help build accountability and trust.
- Zero-trust architecture may hold the answer to cybersecurity insider threatsby Nathan Parde | MIT Lincoln Laboratory on 17.5.2022 at 15:00
MIT Lincoln Laboratory study explores a new approach to securing systems.
- On the road to cleaner, greener, and faster drivingby Adam Zewe | MIT News Office on 17.5.2022 at 04:00
Researchers use artificial intelligence to help autonomous vehicles avoid idling at red lights.
- Technique protects privacy when making online recommendationsby Adam Zewe | MIT News Office on 12.5.2022 at 04:00
Researchers devise an efficient protocol to keep a user’s private information secure when algorithms use it to recommend products, songs, or shows.
- MIT to launch new Office of Research Computing and Databy Office of the Vice President for Research on 5.5.2022 at 13:00
Professor Peter Fisher will lead effort to grow and enhance computing infrastructure and services for MIT’s research community.
- Why China is still obsessed with disinfecting everythingby Zeyi Yang on 19.5.2022 at 08:15
In a one-minute video that went viral in China in early May, three government workers in hazmat suits spray disinfectant all over someone’s home: inside the fridge, under the television, over the couch. On social media, Chinese people worried about whether their home would experience the same treatment if they were unlucky enough to catch…
- The Download: A baby formula crisis, and the hunt to improve solar panelsby Rhiannon Williams on 18.5.2022 at 12:04
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The baby formula shortage has birthed a shady online marketplace Across the United States, parents are scrambling to find baby formula amid a nationwide shortage. To non-parents, the shortage may seem sudden, but…
- I tried to buy an Olive Garden NFT. All I got was heartburn.by Mat Honan on 18.5.2022 at 11:00
Money is weird now. When we were settling in on the theme for our May/June issue, I decided to buy an NFT of an Olive Garden for my friend Katie, who really loves Olive Garden. It was also an attempt to try to better understand NFTs. Each of the “Non-Fungible Olive Gardens,” really just a…
- These materials were meant to revolutionize the solar industry. Why hasn’t it happened?by Casey Crownhart on 18.5.2022 at 10:00
Solar panels are basically synonymous with silicon. The material is used in about 95% of the panels in today’s market. But silicon solar cells are limited in how much energy they can harness from the sun, and they are still relatively expensive to make. For many, compounds called perovskites have long held promise as potentially…
- The baby formula shortage has birthed a shady online marketplaceby Tanya Basu on 18.5.2022 at 08:03
After Ashley Diaz had her baby in early April, she faced a setback. She wasn’t producing enough breast milk. Her newborn son needed formula to supplement his nutrition. So she sent her mother to Target to stock up. She came back with only two boxes—the maximum allowed. Now, many of those store shelves are empty,…
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- Sources: TikTok is testing in-app games in Vietnam as part of a push into gaming; TikTok says it has tested HTML5 games in partnership with Zynga and others (Reuters)on 19.5.2022 at 11:15
Reuters: Sources: TikTok is testing in-app games in Vietnam as part of a push into gaming; TikTok says it has tested HTML5 games in partnership with Zynga and others — TikTok has been conducting tests so users can play games on its video-sharing app in Vietnam, part of plans for a major push into gaming …
- Xiaomi beats estimates with ~$10.9B in Q1 revenue, down 4.6% YoY for its first-ever decline, and a ~$87M net loss, as China’s lockdown cripples smartphone sales (Bloomberg)on 19.5.2022 at 11:10
Bloomberg: Xiaomi beats estimates with ~$10.9B in Q1 revenue, down 4.6% YoY for its first-ever decline, and a ~$87M net loss, as China’s lockdown cripples smartphone sales — Xiaomi Corp. posted its first quarterly revenue decline on record, after Beijing’s strict Covid containment policies crippled smartphone sales.
- AirDNA, Inside Airbnb, and Douglas Elliman data: NYC has ~3K to ~13K more Airbnb listings than rental apartments despite Airbnb listings falling in the pandemic (Kim Velsey/Curbed)on 19.5.2022 at 11:00
Kim Velsey / Curbed: AirDNA, Inside Airbnb, and Douglas Elliman data: NYC has ~3K to ~13K more Airbnb listings than rental apartments despite Airbnb listings falling in the pandemic — The fever isn’t breaking. There are now bidding wars for one in every five Manhattan rental apartments (and one in three luxury units) …
- NHTSA records show it is investigating over 30 incidents of a Tesla suspected of being on Autopilot mode going on to be involved in a serious crash (Ryan Felton/Wall Street Journal)on 19.5.2022 at 10:10
Ryan Felton / Wall Street Journal: NHTSA records show it is investigating over 30 incidents of a Tesla suspected of being on Autopilot mode going on to be involved in a serious crash — Wreck under investigation involves a Tesla Model S and left three people dead, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said
- Chinese citizens angered by Shanghai’s ongoing lockdowns are evading censorship of a viral post and video criticizing the government by minting them into NFTs (Financial Times)on 19.5.2022 at 09:45
Financial Times: Chinese citizens angered by Shanghai’s ongoing lockdowns are evading censorship of a viral post and video criticizing the government by minting them into NFTs — Growing popularity of decentralised ledger technology presents fresh challenge for country’s censors
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- The Great Adaptationby Vish Baliga on 19.5.2022 at 11:15
The hallmark of successful people and businesses is adapting.
- Digital Learning Skyrockets as High-Growth Industries Invest in Top Talentby Susan Galer on 19.5.2022 at 10:15
Agile businesses should prioritize continuous, career-long learning.
- The Future of Company Reporting Is Integratedby Luka Mucic on 19.5.2022 at 07:00
Companies must put sustainability at the heart of their corporate business strategies.
- When Exceptions Become the Norm, Resilience Becomes the Objectiveby Thomas Saueressig on 18.5.2022 at 17:05
When the next inevitable crisis hits, businesses must be ready to respond with resilience.
- SAP Annual General Meeting: Hasso Plattner Reelected With Over 90%by SAP News on 18.5.2022 at 15:15
WALLDORF — All proposals of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board were approved.
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- SAP and Partners Co-Develop Industry Cloud Offeringsby Leah Alibangbang on 19.5.2022 at 04:49
SAP and partners continue to work together to build industry cloud solutions that help customers improve their mission-critical business processes. The German enterprise software giant’s ecosystem consists of a network of partners, customers, and experts that is highly collaborative and dynamic. Customers have the opportunity to customise a wide variety of resources and providers of The post SAP and Partners Co-Develop Industry Cloud Offerings appeared first on InsideSAP.
- Working Capital Improvements in a Supply Chain Crisisby The Team at InsideSAP on 19.5.2022 at 01:32
Written by Dan Rogney, Esker’s Senior Copywriter In March 2020, whether they were ready for it or not, companies across every industry were abruptly thrown onto a roller coaster ride of harsh business challenges. Some managed to ride it out relatively unscathed, others hung on for dear life, many more fell off. Now, despite COVID’s The post Working Capital Improvements in a Supply Chain Crisis appeared first on InsideSAP.
- EY and SAP Industry Cloud Alliance Taps Energy Sectorby Andrea Hilao on 17.5.2022 at 21:00
EY and SAP have been deepening its strategic partnership, delivering innovative cloud solutions leveraging RISE with SAP, SAP BTP, and SAP’s industry cloud portfolio. Following last year’s multiple cloud-based product launches from SAP partner EY– including the EY Intelligent Delivery Platform for SAP and EY Accelerate for RISE with SAP– the multiyear recipient of SAP The post EY and SAP Industry Cloud Alliance Taps Energy Sector appeared first on InsideSAP.
- Lemongrass and SAP Expedite Customers’ Migration to the Cloudby Leah Alibangbang on 17.5.2022 at 04:19
Enterprises wanting to accelerate the process of transitioning to the cloud can benefit from the new services delivered by Lemongrass and SAP. The two tech companies’ combined capabilities are expected to make customers’ cloud migration more efficient. New offerings were unveiled at the recently concluded SAP Sapphire 2022 — the German enterprise software giant’s premier conference for The post Lemongrass and SAP Expedite Customers’ Migration to the Cloud appeared first on InsideSAP.
- IDG Findings: Modernization & Cloud Technology Keys to Post-Pandemic Business Successby The Team at InsideSAP on 15.5.2022 at 22:00
Manual accounting methods and lack of access to information, exacerbated by the pandemic, are making it increasingly difficult for companies to manage today’s growing proliferation of finance and accounting data. As a result, many companies are unable to meet or stay compliant with their financial control requirements. These are some findings from a recent Market The post IDG Findings: Modernization & Cloud Technology Keys to Post-Pandemic Business Success appeared first on InsideSAP.
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- Solo Stove’s Pi Is My New Favorite Pizza Ovenby Adrienne So on 19.5.2022 at 11:00
This new pizza oven is compact, looks great, and keeps the handles of my cast-irons cool.
- The Almighty Squabble Over Who Gets to Name Microbesby Matt Reynolds on 19.5.2022 at 11:00
Scientists are just starting to uncover the vast diversity of microbes out there. The only problem? No one can agree on how to name them.
- This Is Where Dirty Old Cars Go to Dieby Chris Stokel-Walker on 19.5.2022 at 11:00
The electric vehicle revolution is gathering speed—but what happens to all those polluting cars already on the road?
- Boeing Is Ready to Launch Starliner, a Rival to SpaceX’s Dragonby Ramin Skibba on 19.5.2022 at 11:00
The company’s uncrewed spacecraft will fly to the International Space Station, and if successful, will give NASA astronauts another way to get to orbit.
- Dredd Deserves a Better Place in Alex Garland’s Filmographyby Amos Barshad on 19.5.2022 at 11:00
Now that the writer-director’s new horror flick Men is about to hit theaters, it’s time to revisit one of his lesser-known movies.
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- You May Not Think You Need a UX Designer — Here’s Why You Doby Mai on 19.5.2022 at 03:56
UX designers can limit design debt, strengthen customer relationships, and build customer trust. That’s why you need one for your CRM platform.
- Honoring the History and Impact of the AAPI Communityby Mai on 16.5.2022 at 15:00
This May, we share the impact of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community on the U.S.
- Want To Win at Hybrid Work? Get These 3 Things Rightby lee.l on 16.5.2022 at 14:03
Still trying to figure out how to make the hybrid model work for you? It comes down to tools, training and team building.
- Your Contact Center Agents Are Burnt Out – Here’s How To Help Themby Mai on 11.5.2022 at 17:08
Outsized challenges add to the daily stress your contact center agents face. Here are data-backed strategies to build trust and support their wellbeing now.
- Kara Swisher Says You Need a Web3 Strategy — Here’s Whyby abendersky on 10.5.2022 at 14:43
Businesses that take Web3 seriously, and create a plan now, will be better positioned to succeed as this iteration of the internet evolves.