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Monday, October 22, 2018
Checked 3:20 AM; Last Updated 5:05 PM CDT; 22:05 GMT


General Interest
  • "The Next Tech Talent Shortage: Quantum Computing Researchers" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 5:03 PM
  • "Huawei's Next Gen Phone Is Foldable And 5G Ready With A Hat Tip To Mate 20 X" HotHardware 3:45 PM
  • "Oppo is the latest to be caught cheating on phone benchmarks" Engadget 3:45 PM
  • "This CEO is paying 600,000 strangers to help him build human-powered AI that's 'whole orders of magnitude better than Google'" Business Insider 11:28 AM
  • "Why are game studios run like sweat shops? The human toll of 'crunch time'" Digital Trends 9:13 AM
  • "Facebook On Hunt For Big Cybersecurity Acquisition" The Information [Subscription Required for Full Article] 1:49 PM
  • "How Politicians Took Down Facebook" Forbes 9:12 AM
  • "Amazon fixes security flaws allowing smart home hijacks" Engadget 9:08 AM
  • "Cybersecurity 'Paul Revere' touts adversarial model" Associated Press 8:14 AM
  • "Google adds floating keyboard mode to Gboard for Android" BetaNews 7:34 AM
  • "Crowds pack Amazon Spheres for a whiff and glimpse of ultra-rare blooming of corpse flower" GeekWire 7:34 AM
  • "How to tell if you are truly addicted to your smartphone" Telegraph 7:33 AM
  • "The Tiny Chip That Powers Up Pixel 3 Security" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:31 AM
  • "When drones light up the night, will they replace fireworks?" Detroit Free Press 10/20
  • "Republicans Find a Facebook Workaround: Their Own Apps" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 10/20
  • "Machine learning now the top skill sought by developers" ZDNet 10/20
  • "Wherever Amazon HQ2 goes, high home prices will likely follow" Axios 10/20
  • "Facebook's WhatsApp flooded with fake news in Brazil election" Reuters 10/20
  • "Facebook hired a new public defender, and he should start with WhatsApp" The Verge 10/20
  • "Google ponders the shortcomings of machine learning: Scientists of AI at Google's Google Brain and DeepMind units acknowledge machine learning is falling short of human cognition and propose that using models of networks might be a way to find relations between things that allow computers to generalize more broadly about the world." ZDNet 10/20
  • "To Curb Terrorist Propaganda Online, Look to YouTube. No, Really." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 10/20