Top 15 Latest Technology News

Top 15 Latest Technology News

Technology has invaded every aspect of our lives. From smartphones to smart cars- iPhones to Tesla, everything is now powered through technology. Technology has completely revolutionized the way we interact, make friends, share our stories, and do our jobs. Every day a number of new and awesome technological products are launched in the market. With tech evolving at a rapid pace, it’s difficult to keep up with the changes.
To give you an idea, everyday apps like Instagram, Lyft, Slack, Ring, Alexa, Tinder, and Google Drive- all didn’t exist 10 years ago! Yet, now they seem like such an integral part of our lives. If you work in the technology field or are just tech geeks like us, keeping up with technology news becomes a top priority!. To help you stay ahead of the world, we have compiled a list of some of the best tech news. So without further ado, let’s get started!

1.The road to future AI is paved with trust

The place of artificial intelligence, AI, in our everyday life is increasing and many researchers believe that what we have seen so far is only the beginning. However, AI must be trustworthy in all situations. Linköping University is coordinating TAILOR, a EU project that has drawn up a research-based roadmap intended to guide research funding bodies and decision-makers towards the trustworthy AI of the future. advertisement “The development of artificial intelligence is in its infancy. When we look back at what we are doing today in 50 years, we will find it pretty primitive. In other words, most of the field remains […]

2.Collective effort needed to help children thrive following exposure to online risks

Helping children become more digitally resilient needs to be a collective effort if they are to learn how to “thrive online,” according to new research led by the University of East Anglia. advertisement Digital resilience is the capability to learn how to recognise, manage and recover from online risks — such as bullying and inappropriate content — and has the potential to buffer how these experiences may impact young people s wellbeing. Until now, research has not examined how digital resilience can be built and shown by children beyond focusing on the individual child. This new study argues that activating digital […]

3.Google unveils its attempts to reinvigorate search for the TikTok generation

The news: Google revealed changes to its standard search interface that will make it easier for consumers to explore content at its Search On event Wednesday. Search is bringing sexy back: The company is launching a number of features, such as tools to drill down into topics and other modifications that will make using search a more visual experience, highlighting maps, snippets, imagery, and even video in new ways. Why it matters: The updates come in the wake of Google disclosing in July that its internal research suggested younger people had started using other services, including TikTok and Instagram, as their search […]

From:Insider Intelligence

4.First gen AirPods Pro gets nifty new feature found on the second gen model

The Apple AirPods Pro 2 features a new Adaptive Transparency feature that improves on the true wireless earbuds Transparency Mode. The AirPods Pro 2, like the original model, has Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) which removes distracting ambient noises from your earbuds. But there are times when you want to know what is happening around you. Let s say that you are walking in the big city listening to the Beatles Helter Skelter. That s a pretty loud song that Paul McCartney said was written expressly to be the loudest and heaviest song at that time. But while the music […]


5.Apple responds to junkyard crash tests not always triggering its detection feature

As the latest iPhone 14 lineup was announced last month, these new devices have been outfitted with sensors and tech that can detect when a user has been in a car crash. According to GSM Arena, The Wall Street Journal recently tested whether they could make the new iPhone trigger the safety feature. An iPhone 14 Pro Max and a Pixel 6 were placed in a stationary junk vehicle that was going to be crashed into. The test involved driving a derby vehicle into the parked car and checking which devices triggered Crash detection. After crashing the vehicles and seeing mixed […]


6.New Microsoft Security Alert: State Sponsored 0Day Exchange Server Attacks Confirmed

As such, Mike Walters, the vice-president of vulnerability and threat research at Action1, has warned that “the risk from these zero-days is significant” to many SME and enterprise companies with “vast amounts of critical data.” Security Researchers at GTSC initially disclosed that attacks were underway. CVE-2022–41040 is a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerability, while CVE-2022–41082 enables remote code execution (RCE) via PowerShell. The former is being used to trigger the latter in a chain exploit if the attacker is authenticated at the user level in Exchange Server. Indeed, the urging both users and administrators to apply mitigations while awaiting an official […]


7.Tesla unveils new Dojo supercomputer so powerful it tripped the power grid

Tesla has unveiled its latest version of its Dojo supercomputer and it’s apparently so powerful that it tripped the power grid in Palo Alto. Dojo is Tesla’s own custom supercomputer platform built from the ground up for AI machine learning and more specifically for video training using the video data coming from its fleet of vehicles. The automaker already has that is one of the most powerful in the world, but the new Dojo custom-built computer is using chips and an entire infrastructure designed by Tesla. The custom-built supercomputer is expected to elevate Tesla’s capacity to train neural nets using video data, which is […]

8.The EU wants to put companies on the hook for harmful AI

The EU is creating new rules to make it easier to sue AI companies for harm. A bill unveiled this week , which is likely to become law in a couple of years, is part of Europe’s push to prevent AI developers from releasing dangerous systems. And while tech companies complain it could have a chilling effect on innovation, consumer activists say it doesn’t go far enough. Powerful AI technologies are increasingly shaping our lives, relationships, and societies, and their harms are well documented. Social media algorithms boost misinformation , facial recognition systems are often highly discriminatory , and predictive AI […]

From:MIT Technology Review

9.Microsoft Exchange Server Has a Zero Day Problem

There were global ripples in tech policy this week as VPN providers were as the country’s new data collection law takes hold, and UN countries prepare to elect a new head of the International Telecommunications Union — a key internet standards body. After explosions and damage to the Nord Stream gas pipeline that runs between Russia and Germany, the destruction is being investigated as deliberate, and . And still-unidentified hackers are “hyperjacking” victims to grab data using a long-feared technique for hijacking virtualization software. The notorious Lapsus$ hackers have been back on their hacking joyride, compromising massive companies around the world and . […]


10.Digital Domains AI Quantum Leap — fxguide

Nearly 30 years after leaving the air, the classic series Quantum Leap returns. The original show aired between 1989–1993, starring Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett, a physicist who involuntarily leaps through spacetime during experiments in time travel. By temporarily taking the place of other people to correct what he discovers were historical mistakes. The new series with an all-new cast takes place thirty years after the events of the original 1989 show. To help promote the return of the series, NBCUniversal commissioned several original trailers highlighting the time travel/body-swapping nature of the story, including one that features Hall of Fame […]


11.Making lab-grown brain organoids brainier

By using stem cells to grow miniature brain-like organs in the lab, scientists have opened a new avenue for studies of neurological development, disease and therapies that can t be conducted in living people. But not all mini-brain organoids are created equal and getting them to precisely mimic the human brain tissues they re modeling has been a persistent challenge. advertisement “Right now, it s like the Wild West because there is no standard method for generating mini-brain organoids,” said Bennett Novitch, a member of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA and the […]

12.Deloitte launches artificial intelligence initiative

Deloitte and the University of Maryland s Robert H. Smith School of Business debuted the Deloitte Initiative for AI and Learning, a collaboration to improve educational and advancement opportunities for students and faculty. The DIAL program will leverage the university s research in data analytics and artificial intelligence, along with Deloitte s experience in AI-enabled services for clients in the private and public sectors. DIAL will build on previous Deloitte and Smith collaborations, such as the Smith Analytics Consortium . “The DIAL program enables Smith and Deloitte to continue their critical collaborations at the forefront of cutting-edge research and emerging technology,” said […]

From:Accounting Today

13.An AI Created a Really Cool Yet Eerie Music Video for Soundgarden s Black Hole Sun

The original music video for Soundgarden s Black Hole Sun released in 1994 and directed by Howard Greenhalgh was plenty strange. However, that didnt stop an AI from generating a new clip with even creeper results. Created by Midjourney (an independent research lab exploring new mediums of thought and expanding the imaginative powers of the human species), the program essentially turned each of the songs lyrics into a beautiful representative image. At first, that may not sound too foreboding. However, considering that the track includes lines such as Call my name / Through the cream / And Ill hear you scream […]


14.Bruce Willis denies selling rights to his face

Last week, it was widely reported that Willis, in the first deal of its kind, had sold his face to a deepfake company called Deepcake. However, a spokesperson for the actor told the BBC that he had “no partnership or agreement” with the company. And a representative of Deepcake said only Willis had the rights to his face. Willis announced his retirement from acting in March after being diagnosed with aphasia, a disorder that affects speech. Deepfakes use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology to create realistic videos — often of celebrities or politicians. For actors that can no longer act, the technology […]


15.iPhone 14 Pro Crushes Competition In Comprehensive Camera Test

The results come from Dxomark, the well-known quality evaluation laboratory that has been providing scientific tests and scores for the last 15 years. With an overall Dxomark camera score of 146 points, the new iPhone 14 Pro comes in just one point shy of the current leader, Honor’s Magic4 Ultimate and offers a five-point improvement over last year’s iPhone 13 Pro. It also claims the new number one position for video. This is a very strong showing for Apple, placing the latest iPhone above Huawei’s flagship, the P50 Pro. With the Magic4 Ultimate currently available only in China, the iPhone 14 […]



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