A minor cryptocurrency partners with a major porn network. What could go wrong?

A minor cryptocurrency partners with a major porn network. What could go wrong?

Yesterday brought some interesting news in the cryptocurrency space. In a move that is at once sleazy and ridiculous, PornHub and its tech...
Cozy is building a personal cloud service that respects your privacy

Cozy is building a personal cloud service that respects your privacy

Meet Cozy, a French startup that wants to completely rethink how cloud services work. The startup first launched...

Brave browser doubles down on privacy with DuckDuckGo search option

Brave, the browser that blocks ads and trackers so you can surf the web faster and with more privacy, announced today that it...

IBM security study: Mega data breaches cost $40 million to $350 million

The average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million, according to a study by IBM Security and Ponemon Institute. But the cost...

Cisco to buy Michigan’s Duo Security for $2.35 billion

Cisco is buying Ann Arbor-based Duo Security for $2.35 billion in cash and assumed equity awards, the IT giant announced today. Duo Security was...
Before you launch your machine learning model, start with an MVP

Before you launch your machine learning model, start with an MVP

I’ve seen a lot of failed machine learning models in the course of my work. I’ve worked with a number of organizations to...
Captain401, now Human Interest, raises $11M to build a 401(k) for small businesses

Captain401, now Human Interest, raises $11M to build a 401(k) for small businesses

Pushing through a funding round is never an easy process — and for Captain401 co-founder Roger Lee, it...
Facebook and Microsoft to receive Helen Keller Achievement Awards

Facebook and Microsoft to receive Helen Keller Achievement Awards

Facebook and Microsoft have been named among the honorees set to receive Helen Keller Achievement Awards at a gala scheduled for April 4....
AI Weekly: Can tech platforms police themselves in a deepfake-filled future?

AI Weekly: Can tech platforms police themselves in a deepfake-filled future?

In recent days, companies like Twitter, Reddit, PornHub, and Discord have taken a stand against deepfakes, videos generated with machine learning to graft the...