Tech Thoughts Daily Net News â December 5, 2014: The Latest Updates on Technology and Innovation
Welcome to Tech Thoughts Daily Net News, your source for the latest news and insights on technology and innovation. In this edition, we cover topics such as cyber security, artificial intelligence, social media, and more. Here are some of the highlights:
Sony Hack: What We Know: The cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment has exposed sensitive data, disrupted business operations, and sparked international tensions. Who is behind the hack and what are the implications?
Artificial Intelligence as a Threat: A group of prominent scientists and entrepreneurs, including Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, have signed an open letter warning about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence. What are the risks and how can they be mitigated?
Facebook Is Now Using Your Web History For Ads: Here's How To Opt Out: Facebook has announced that it will start using data from your web browsing history to target ads to you. How does this work and how can you opt out?
Google Cardboard: The Best VR Apps You Can Try Right Now: Google Cardboard is a simple and affordable way to experience virtual reality using your smartphone. What are some of the best apps you can try right now?
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10 Breakthrough Technologies 2014: MIT Technology Review has compiled a list of 10 technologies that are solving thorny problems or creating powerful new ways of using technology. The list includes agricultural drones, ultraprivate smartphones, brain mapping, neuromorphic chips, and more.
Tech 2014: BBC News Online's most read technology stories: BBC News Online has reviewed some of the most popular technology stories of the year, covering topics such as Flappy Bird, #nomakeupselfie, Oculus Rift, and more.
US Views of Technology and the Future: Pew Research Center has conducted a survey on how Americans view the long-term impact of technology on life in the future. The survey reveals that technological optimists outnumber pessimists by two-to-one, and that people are interested in various futuristic inventions such as driverless cars, wearable devices, and robotic assistants.
That's all for today's edition of Tech Thoughts Daily Net News. We hope you enjoyed reading and learned something new. Stay tuned for more news and insights on technology and innovation tomorrow. Until then, have a wonderful day! aa16f39245