Mark Scott / Politico:
With GDPR's two-year anniversary on Monday, the Irish Data Protection Commission is under pressure to act, amidst doubts about the agency's enforcement ability — Ireland's Data Protection Commission is under pressure to act, and act soon. — Facebook's European headquarters in Dublin.
John Markoff / New York Times:
Computer scientist Ben Shneiderman argues against the move towards full robotic automation, arguing such moves absolve humans of ethical responsibilities — A computer scientist argues that the quest for fully automated robots is misguided, perhaps even dangerous. His decades of warnings are gaining more attention.
Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch:
Germany-based Arculus raises €16M Series A to help manufacturers, from Audi to Siemens, upgrade assembly lines with its “modular production platform” — Arculus, the Ingolstadt, Germany-based startup that has developed a “modular production platform” to bring assembly lines …
Mary-Ann Russon / BBC:
The UK's National Cyber Security Centre is conducting a new review into the impact of allowing Huawei telecom equipment to be used in British 5G networks — The UK government is conducting a new review into the impact of allowing Huawei telecoms equipment to be used in British 5G networks.
The sophistication and accessibility of technology has made it easier than ever for average people to get involved with investing in and trading stocks. In the future, as new technologies continue to emerge, it’s going to become even more accessible. This “democratized” stock trading could completely change how we think about investing—and how the average […]
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