If you have money, you can start producing what you want. Skrivarjätten HP gives to last in the 3D printer market with the series Jet Fusion 3D. It prints in voxels that are 50 micrometers large, and can with the help of 30,000 tiny nozzles to print up to 340 million microscopic gizmos second. - The parts are joined, ie at a very small level - virtually at the molecular level, and it helps to give them a special strength, says Alex Monino, marketing manager for HP's 3D printer, to Computerworld. HP Jet Fusion 3D left and right finishing system that can be purchased for 15 thousand dollars. It is sold separately and cost about 15 thousand dollars.
Renowned security researcher Troy Hunt, who manages a site that lets people know if their data has been stolen, told Computerworld he has seen a subset of the data and verified that it s legitimate.While 167 million is a number that s certainly enough to make LinkedIn s day pretty crummy, it doesn t represent the site s entire database.LinkedIn was the victim of a security breach in 2012 in which 6.5 million accounts were stolen and posted online.Administrators from data leak indexing website LeakedSource, who also claims to have a copy of the fresh data set, believe the accounts in question originate from the 2012 breach.If this data is indeed four years old, the 2012 breach was far more widespread than initially thought.It s also advisable to enable the site s two-factor authentication and change passwords on other sites in which users might have recycled old passwords on.
Not only right maybe, now that they can even beat us in the end games like Go. According to Gartner, three million people to have a robot head for only two years, and it depends on the machines callous attitude towards us. - A defined task increasingly shifting towards monitoring employee performance through measurement tools that are directly linked to how much they produce and customer evaluations, says Gartner analyst Frances Karamouzis to Computerworld. But humanity is not fully calculated - yet. A cold analysts, and a warm human being - or bad cop, good cop, if you want to see it that way. - Human managers will work together with smart machines in a way that allows them to use the machine's abilities and strengths, but for at least the next five years, smart machines rather take care of tactical and quantifiable management tasks than on people, says Frances Karamouzis .
Not only right maybe, now that they can even beat us in the end games like Go. According to Gartner, three million people to have a robot head for only two years, and it depends on the machines callous attitude towards us. - A defined task increasingly shifting towards monitoring employee performance through measurement tools that are directly linked to how much they produce and customer evaluations, says Gartner analyst Frances Karamouzis to Computerworld. But humanity is not fully calculated - yet. A cold analysts, and a warm human being - or bad cop, good cop, if you want to see it that way. - Human managers will work together with smart machines in a way that allows them to use the machine's abilities and strengths, but for at least the next five years, smart machines rather take care of tactical and quantifiable management tasks than on people, says Frances Karamouzis .
But do we really care whether we are interacting with a software program or an actual human being as long as our issue gets addressed quickly and satisfactorily?As consumers, probably not.But as business owners, we particularly care because chatbots represent greater convenience with lower operating costs that can significantly boost the bottom-line performance.Which is why 2016 may be the year of the chatbot.Follow the prompts, pay for what you buy on that app s site, and your bidding will be done.If the link isn t activated, the chatbot sends a message asking to complete the order.But wait, there s more.Because unless you re dealing with a commodity that involves regular and frequent ordering, maybe not.Even so, if you re looking for something that simplifies the question-and-answer phase before a purchase decision, and does it with less cost without human intervention, then maybe.We re hedging here because we re still in the development stages of chatbot applications and, as ComputerWorld senior reporter Sharon Gaudin points out, there are not a lot of established best practices to follow.According to Gartner analyst Brian Blau: Businesses have to write the code and put processes in place to manage that customer conversation... We don't know yet how much infrastructure a business has to put around a chatbot to make it work right.Just ask Microsoft, whose Tay chatbot aimed at 18- to 24-year-old female social media users went offline after a day of being introduced.One needs to explicitly teach a system about what is not appropriate, like we do with children.
It s another sign that the internet giant is increasingly serious about eliminating incentives for fake reviews that erode trust, even if it means targeting the third-party retailers that hawk their wares through Amazon s platform and who, unlike the fake-review sites, are a source of revenue.The web giant has sued three of its sellers: a Chinese company called CCBetterDirect, Michael Abbara, and Kurt Bauer.The newest lawsuits continue the wave of litigation that Amazon started in early 2015.The move away from targeting sites like paidbookreviews.org and toward people on the Amazon platform shows just how strong of a warning the company wants to send, which makes sense given that without trustworthy reviews Amazon wouldn t be a very useful marketplace.It s also tried out verified purchase designation of people who ve bought the product, though as Evan Schuman at ComputerWorld points out, it s really not hard for fake reviewers to buy one item, get that designation, and then go on to fake a review.It s unsurprising then that a separate study from Mintel, a marketing company, found that almost 70 percent of Americans ask for other people s opinions online before buying anything, and yet only 59% trust the actual recommendations.
It s another sign that the internet giant is increasingly serious about eliminating incentives for fake reviews that erode trust, even if it means targeting the third-party retailers that hawk their wares through Amazon s platform and who, unlike the fake-review sites, are a source of revenue.The web giant has sued three of its sellers: a Chinese company called CCBetterDirect, Michael Abbara, and Kurt Bauer.For all three, fake reviews comprised up to 40 per cent of the stores total reviews, so the violations were clearly not subtle.The move away from targeting sites like paidbookreviews.org and toward people on the Amazon platform shows how the company wants to send a very strong warning—which makes sense given that without trustworthy reviews Amazon wouldn t be a very useful marketplace.It s also tried out verified purchase designation of people who ve bought the product, though as Evan Schuman at ComputerWorld points out, it s really not hard for fake reviewers to buy one item, get that designation, and then go on to fake a review.It s unsurprising then that a separate study from Mintel, a marketing company, found that almost 70 per cent of Americans ask for other people s opinions online before buying anything, and yet only 59 per cent trust the actual recommendations.
It s another sign that the internet giant is increasingly serious about eliminating incentives for fake reviews that erode trust, even if it means targeting the third-party retailers that hawk their wares through Amazon s platform and who, unlike the fake-review sites, are a source of revenue.The web giant has sued three of its sellers: a Chinese company called CCBetterDirect, Michael Abbara, and Kurt Bauer.For all three, fake reviews comprised up to 40 per cent of the stores total reviews, so the violations were clearly not subtle.The move away from targeting sites like paidbookreviews.org and toward people on the Amazon platform shows how the company wants to send a very strong warning—which makes sense given that without trustworthy reviews Amazon wouldn t be a very useful marketplace.It s also tried out verified purchase designation of people who ve bought the product, though as Evan Schuman at ComputerWorld points out, it s really not hard for fake reviewers to buy one item, get that designation, and then go on to fake a review.It s unsurprising then that a separate study from Mintel, a marketing company, found that almost 70 per cent of Americans ask for other people s opinions online before buying anything, and yet only 59 per cent trust the actual recommendations.
Motor Tesla promises to investigate an incident where a copy of the Tesla Model X SUV is said to have driven into a mall on their own.the Tesla Model X SUV has received a lot of attention for its autopilotfunktion, but this, despite the be classed of the car is not as self-driven.Now, however, the data about a specimen that is said to have driven into a mall on their own.In an interview with Computerworld says Puzant Ozbag in Irvine, California to his 45-year-old wife happened to the car suddenly gassed by herself when she would park it.the Results we see below:Fortunately killed no one in the accident, but the wife injured the arm in connection with the crash.Staff from Tesla shall now examine what has happened, reports Computerworld.
The long production time means that the systems are behind when it comes to cyber security and the opening of a new giant market. A modern car contains around 100 million lines of code and for each thousand line of code, there are around 15 bugs that can be exploited by hackers, according to a study by Navigant Research, US Computerworld taken note of. This opens up a huge market for IT security products targeted at the cars assesses researchers. Not least, the idea that terrorists could simply turn off the amounts of cars and the whole transport system is something that is highlighted in the debate. Read also: FBI warns: Cars are becoming easier to hack - how to protect yourself According to ABI Research, 203 million vehicles to receive software upgrades via the Internet and at least 22 million of them will be able to receive upgrade of embedded software. And 2025, nearly half of all light vehicles sold to receive wireless upgrades of the software predicts Navigant.
The long production time means that the systems are behind when it comes to cyber security and the opening of a new giant market. A modern car contains around 100 million lines of code and for each thousand line of code, there are around 15 bugs that can be exploited by hackers, according to a study by Navigant Research, US Computerworld taken note of. This opens up a huge market for IT security products targeted at the cars assesses researchers. Not least, the idea that terrorists could simply turn off the amounts of cars and the whole transport system is something that is highlighted in the debate. Read also: FBI warns: Cars are becoming easier to hack - how to protect yourself According to ABI Research, 203 million vehicles to receive software upgrades via the Internet and at least 22 million of them will be able to receive upgrade of embedded software. And 2025, nearly half of all light vehicles sold to receive wireless upgrades of the software predicts Navigant.
A single large social hub LinkedIn has over 433 million users, which means that Microsoft will pay around a femhundring per head. For this they get a database bursting with important user data. Whether you are looking for someone on Skype, Outlook, or in a SharePoint environment, you can connect this with his professional profile. It is an expensive, but ambitious moves said analyst Judith Hurwitz of Hurwitz & Associates to Computerworld. A smarter newsfeed LinkedIn's news feed has been working life what Facebook has become ditto for privacy. There are plenty of opportunities to cross-fertilize services.
A single large social hub LinkedIn has over 433 million users, which means that Microsoft will pay around a femhundring per head. For this they get a database bursting with important user data. Whether you are looking for someone on Skype, Outlook, or in a SharePoint environment, you can connect this with his professional profile. It is an expensive, but ambitious moves said analyst Judith Hurwitz of Hurwitz & Associates to Computerworld. - Microsoft wants to use LinkedIn together with Office 365, above all, to create a unified environment for linking businesses. There are plenty of opportunities to cross-fertilize services.
The plant will be equipped with 9 IBM Power processors and Nvidia graphics cards Volta, reports Computerworld. The cluster has around 3400 nodes with multiple power 9- and Volt-chip installed in each one. The premier, Titan, is also located at Oak Ridge and today is the world's third fastest system with a measured performance of 17.6 peta flops. In the long term, it is to be completely replaced by the Summit. The ministry has also ordered another two supercomputers to 2018th We'll see if China has any answer, or else the United States can be on your way to regain first place in both the performance and the number of supercomputers on the top 500 list.
The plant will be equipped with 9 IBM Power processors and Nvidia graphics cards Volta, reports Computerworld. The cluster has around 3400 nodes with multiple power 9- and Volt-chip installed in each one. The premier, Titan, is also located at Oak Ridge and today is the world's third fastest system with a measured performance of 17.6 peta flops. In the long term, it is to be completely replaced by the Summit. The ministry has also ordered another two supercomputers to 2018th We'll see if China has any answer, or else the United States can be on your way to regain first place in both the performance and the number of supercomputers on the top 500 list.
Everything from startups to large IT companies are facing today's vote made it clear that they are for a bremain - that Britain stays in the EU, it shows both investigations and countless statements. There, they lifted amongst other things, how important IT companies are London - it works just as many in the technology and information industry where as in San Francisco and San Jose together. They are dependent on the European market, they stated in the letter that ends with: Our capital has the potential to be Los Angeles, New York and Silicon Valley to the rest of Europe - and create jobs across the whole of England. - Many distributors in the UK have employees who come from other parts of Europe, especially Eastern Europe, he writes in an email to Computerworld. He also believes that foreign companies will be more reluctant to invest in the UK and they will carefully calculate how such as trade restrictions, availability of labor affects before taking any decisions. - The EU has created more legal barriers, not fewer, said Russell Stern, president of the network company Solarflare Communications.
Everything from startups to large IT companies are facing today's vote made it clear that they are for a bremain - that Britain stays in the EU, it shows both investigations and countless statements. There, they lifted amongst other things, how important IT companies are London - it works just as many in the technology and information industry where as in San Francisco and San Jose together. They are dependent on the European market, they stated in the letter that ends with: Our capital has the potential to be Los Angeles, New York and Silicon Valley to the rest of Europe - and create jobs across the whole of England. - Many distributors in the UK have employees who come from other parts of Europe, especially Eastern Europe, he writes in an email to Computerworld. He also believes that foreign companies will be more reluctant to invest in the UK and they will carefully calculate how such as trade restrictions, availability of labor affects before taking any decisions. - The EU has created more legal barriers, not fewer, said Russell Stern, president of the network company Solarflare Communications.
It was three months ago that Microsoft changed its dialog with the request for the upgrade. To avoid having to upgrade required a more active off-selecting so. But the method had not approved of the users who felt cheated. And now runs Microsoft when there's only a month left by the offer of free Windows 10 upgrade, reports Computerworld US. - If the red cross is selected in our new dialogue box then it will mean that the dialog is pushed away and we will return with a new message within a few days, said Terry Myerson, who leads Microsoft's Windows Group in a statement. During the eleven months upgrade campaign has been ongoing pressure from Microsoft has increased gradually, and many users have complained for each step.
Windows 10 was updated even though the woman by his own admission is not accepted it, but something went wrong and the computer started malfunctioning. A self-employed in California suffered from computer problems the update and now has a court decided that Microsoft should pay damages of 10,000 dollars, almost 85 000 to her, reports including The Seattle Times. It was when Windows 10 was released in August last year as the computer to small business owners, who runs a travel agency, launched an update from Windows 7 to Windows 10, which she says she is not approved. Since it was high season in her agency, she was forced to sit for hours on the telephone to the Microsoft support without progress. Eventually, she was offered $ 150 from Microsoft for concern, but sued them instead - and won. Microsoft said they would appeal, but then decided to pay the damages, writes Computerworld.
While the EU tirelessly loading with new competitive examinations of Google is now threatening a class action for age discrimination in the United States. Just over a year ago Google was sued for age discrimination of two job applicants who felt that they had turned down precisely because of age. They were both over 40 years. Now they are trying to get a federal court in San Jose, California, to determine whether others who applied for a job at Google, but rejected to be added to the same goal, so that it becomes the case of a class action, reports Computerworld. The hope of those who turned to the Court of Justice is to include everyone who applied for certain types of engineering services, such as software engineering or systems engineer at Google since August 13, 2010 until today, are over 40 years and not got the jobs. Google will reportedly around two million requests a year, although it is unclear how many have since called for an interview.
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