Business

A misleading claim that the government is going to stop tracking COVID-19 deaths is going viral — even though it isn't true

There is a false claim that the US government is going to stop tracking deaths. "BREAKING," one of them said. The US Government will stop
Business

Researchers are building a black box in Tasmania to prevent the 'crash' of civilization

The future of humanity is not certain. The environment is under tremendous pressure and it paints a dark picture for the future. Climate change is a
Tech

MOSTLY AI raises $25 million to further commercialize synthetic data in Europe and the US

Austrian synthetic data startup Mostly AI has raised a $25 million Series B round. The operation was led by British VC firm Molten Ventures. 42CAP
Tech

European parliament found to have broken EU rules on data transfers and cookie consents

The European Union's chief data protection supervisor has been reprimanded for a number of breeches of the bloc's data protection rules. The
Business

Stop data pollution from turning your company’s data lake into a swamp

The Future of Work Summit will feature CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior execs on data and artificial intelligence strategies. You can learn
Facebook’s data center plans rile residents in the Netherlands
Tech

Facebook’s data center plans rile residents in the Netherlands

When Susan Schaap travels from her hometown of Zeewolde to Leylystad, the 30-minute drive takes her through tulip fields interrupted only by wind
Science

Are we witnessing the dawn of post-theory science?

After an apple fell on his head, IsaacNewton discovered his second law. He realized there was a relationship between force, mass and acceleration
Coup Prediction Algorithms Are Here to Save and/or Destroy Democracy
Tech

Coup Prediction Algorithms Are Here to Save and/or Destroy Democracy

As we mark the one-year anniversary of America's right-wing temper tantrum that almost cost us the Republic, many Americans are wondering just how
Tech

France spanks Google $170M, Facebook $68M over cookie consent dark patterns

France's data protection watchdog has slapped fines on Facebook and Google for failing to respect local cookie consent rules. The French privacy
Business

AI could repair the damage done by data overload

The Future of Work Summit will feature CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior execs on data and artificial intelligence strategies. You can learn