Mobile banking fraud detected in seconds with new Microsoft AI solution

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Artificial intelligence (AI) tech can flag fraudulent transactions within two seconds. With an increased number of consumers banking on their smartphones, mobile banking fraud is becoming a growing concern. American multi-national tech giant, Microsoft, announced that its Azure AI technology can help with the growing fraud problem by detecting fraudulent transactions within two seconds of it occurring. The SIM Swap attack problem. The vast majority of mobile fraud occurs via a SIM swat attack, according to Microsoft. During this attack, the victim’s mobile number is hacked and cloned, allowing the…

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Amazon robot reportedly in the works for help around the house

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A Bloomberg report stated that the AI device has computer vision to navigate the home as a type of “mobile Alexa.” A new Amazon robot is underway to help consumers around the house, said a recent Bloomberg report. Project codename “Vesta,” the “mobile Alexa” is named after the Roman goddess of the heart. Amazon’s hardware R&D center, Lab126, is developing the robot. Lab126 is known for having developed the Kindle, the Fire Phone and more recently the Echo. As of yet, there have not been any reports regarding the way…

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Facebook AI technology launched for earlier suicidal post detection for faster assistance

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The social network is broadening its use of artificial intelligence to find and help people in the most distress. A new expanded version of Facebook AI technology is rolling out to help spot suicidal posts so help can be sent more quickly. The goal is to decrease the length of time it takes to spot posts suggesting suicidal thoughts so that first responders can be alerted more quickly. Facebook has been offering suicide prevention tools to its users for over a decade. The social network has been working hard to…

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Smartphone addiction cure is Android co-founder’s newest goal

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Andy Rubin contributed to the creation of the top mobile operating system and now seeks to break the usage habit. Smartphone addiction has become a rampant and yet widely under-recognized problem in societies throughout the world. Andy Rubin, a co-founder of Android – the leading mobile operating system worldwide – has now become an unlikely advocate for breaking the mobile device habit. Rubin is by no means advocating for the cessation of the use of mobile devices of all kinds. That said, he has expressed his profound concern regarding the…

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IBM says medical nanotechnology could give you superpowers in 5 years

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The tech giant predicts that microscopic health devices and superhero vision are a half decade away. IBM has released its annual “Five in Five” list which includes medical nanotechnology innovations this year. The company issues the report to forecast some of the top innovations and scientific directions that could considerably change our lives in five years. The technology IBM spotlights in the report has the chance to alter the way we live and interact every day. The broad theme of the 2017 report is “making the invisible visible.” In that…

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Technology in the next 20 Years

Technology has come a long way in the past 20 years, and it’s likely going to continue getting smaller and more powerful in the next 20 years. We’re going to take a look at some predictions of what’s going to happen technologically over the next couple decades. Hopefully you’ll be around then and can come back to this website and see how we did with our predictions. Technology 2014 to 2034 Here’s a look at some specific predictions for technology over the next twenty years – from 2014 to 2034.…

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Juchem introduced the Qkie – a cookie with its own QR code

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Juchem Gruppe, a German food company, has introduced a new product that can actually interact with consumers. The company has unveiled the Qkie – a small cookie with its very own edible QR code. Juchem teamed with The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence to make the codes possible. Each code is printed on edible paper, which can be placed on the cookies after they have been baked. Consumers can customize the codes to link to online content. Edible QR codes are nothing new, but Juchem is the first food…

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