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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags Uncovered: 1,000 phrases that incorrectly trigger Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant | Ars Technica

Uncovered: 1,000 phrases that incorrectly trigger Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant | Ars Technica

If you are a user of Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant you’re familiar with “false alarms”. You just utter a completely innocent phrase and suddenly one of these voice assistants springs into action. This can be funny sometimes, but has...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags The effect of Covid19 on apps using the example of the Morawa app

The effect of Covid19 on apps using the example of the Morawa app

With the Corona crisis, many companies were forced to move their activities to the online world. After 100 days we can now take stock. The Morawa App With our customer Morawa, you can clearly see the effect that the lockdown had. By mid-March, Morawa h...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags The next big thing for retail? Voice.

The next big thing for retail? Voice.

There is a hype around the Clubhouse App going on in Silicon Valley. It’s basically a voice based incarnation of chat rooms from the past. One wonders if this kind of app will go the way other overhyped apps have in the past. Btw. is YO still aro...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags Deepfakes aren’t very good—nor are the tools to detect them | Ars Technica

Deepfakes aren’t very good—nor are the tools to detect them | Ars Technica

Facebook led an effort to combat deepfakes and announced the Deepfake Detection Challenge However, the best deepfake detector to emerge from this challenge manages only to catch about two-thirds of deepfakes. According to Henry Farid of UC Berkeley, cr...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags WhatsApp Phone Numbers Pop Up in Google Search Results — But is it a Bug? | Threatpost

WhatsApp Phone Numbers Pop Up in Google Search Results — But is it a Bug? | Threatpost

The WhatsApp feature “Click to Chat” exposes mobile phone numbers on the web and Google’s search engine is able to index them. You can try it using the search string site:wa.me “+43” The phone numbers are simply as part of...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags Instagram changes embedding API ToS

Instagram changes embedding API ToS

In an surprising announcement, Instagram stated that the platform does not provide users the copyright license to embed images to other websites: While our terms allow us to grant a sub-license, we do not grant one for our embeds API. Our platform poli...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags How do programmers think?

How do programmers think?

If you want to know how programmers think, you’ll have to look at their brain activities when they analyze program code. Sounds like a crazy idea? Well, that’s exactly what a team of scientists did. And they found some interesting results. ...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags How much does an app cost?

How much does an app cost?

The answer is of course: “it depends”. This is certainly way too vague from a business perspective. To give you a ballpark estimation what app can cost, here’s a list of famous startups that got seed money to implement their ideas wit...

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Beitragsbild des Blogbeitrags Mark Zuckerberg on taking his massive workforce remote – The Verge

Mark Zuckerberg on taking his massive workforce remote – The Verge

COVID-19 has changed the way we work – for some maybe even for good. Facebook was among the first big tech companies that canceled all physical meetings, not only for this year, but until 2021. Now, Mark Zuckerberg is contemplating that Facebook ...

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