Artificial Intelligence is all over the News. But does it affect you now?
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The working office environment may well be transforming. The transition to remote and flexible working has been a gradual process for many over the years, with some business providers not fully convinced of the productivity and performance levels achievable by employees working from home.
Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pressing ahead with plans to control social media platforms or shut them down entirely. The far-right Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) proposed to ban access to virtual private network (VPN) apps used to circumvent banned sites as part of Ankara’s measures to control social media use. The bill is to be put to the vote as early as this week.
According to the Supply Chain Resilience Report 2020 from 3D Hubs, the global provider in distributed manufacturing, cybersecurity issues have affected fewer than 10% of firms over the past 10 years. This is compared to 60% that have suffered directly as a result of COVID-19 disruption.
The announcement of a new standard for Internet of Things (IoT) security by the ETSI technical committee in June 2020 was very much welcome in the infosec industry. ETSI EN 303 645 puts in place a security baseline for internet-connected products, and lays out 13 provisions outlining the steps manufacturers can take to secure devices and ensure compliance. Alan Grau, vice president of IoT and embedded solutions, Sectigo reports.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has received a mixed reception over the past few years. In one corner there are those who hype its capabilities far beyond reality. In the other are the pessimists, fearful of the mass unemployment it could unleash. And, says Emma Kendrew, intelligent engineering services lead for Accenture Technology, that’s not to mention the downright dystopian, swayed by years of disquieting sci-fi films. The possibility of a finer balance, that does not pit human skills directly against AI, is often ignored.
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