IBM came up with a watermark for neural

IBM came up with a watermark for neural networks – The creation and development of a robust neural network is a labor-intensive and time consuming endeavor. That’s why a team of IBM researchers recently developed a way for AI developers to protect their intellectual property. Much like digital watermarking, it embeds information into a network than can then be triggered for identification purposes. If you’ve spent hundreds of hours developing and training AI models,… http://ow.ly/fFAh50i2kkd

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The Motiv Ring is a fitness tracker for

The Motiv Ring is a fitness tracker for folks who hate fitness trackers – I’ve always thought fitness trackers are dumb. Often, they look cheap, tacky, and cheesy. In fact, they remind me more of those weird plastic bracelets kids were obsessed with in the 2000s than breathtaking pieces of tech. You know the ones I’m talking about: Well, I might have to backtrack on the mean things I said, because Motiv has released a fitness tracker that I, uh, you know, kinda actu… http://ow.ly/AwGI50i2gq3

How pay-as-you-go solar solutions can el

How pay-as-you-go solar solutions can electrify Africa — and generate profits for you – Over 1.1 billion people have no access to electricity worldwide. Instead, they rely on kerosene lamps, candles, and inefficient cookstoves, which by themselves cause health and environmental problems. In Africa, alone, around 600 million people are left in the dark. Yet, for many people where basic amenities are hard to come by, how can services reach them to provide the electric… http://ow.ly/Am3050i2cN9

Join TNW’s Highly Subjective Game Show a

Join TNW’s Highly Subjective Game Show and win great prizes and eternal glory – Next week, we’re hosting an event… but not just any event. We’re putting together the BEST ONLINE QUIZ THAT HAS EVER BEEN CREATED, and it’s called: Wow. Whats that? Why, it’s exactly what it sounds like! We’ve set forth 10 carefully crafted questions which have no objectively correct answers. Here’s where you come in. We want to hear your most creative and disturbing answers. Answer a fe… http://ow.ly/erv650i27ZO

Google is reportedly building Fuchsia OS

Google is reportedly building Fuchsia OS to replace Android on all its devices – Bloomberg’s Mark Bergen and Mark Gurman have a juicy scoop on Google’s secretive Fuchsia OS project, which we’ve been hearing about for the past couple of years. The company is reportedly working to flesh out the platform to eventually run on a wide range of devices, and perhaps even replace Android on Google-branded hardware someday. The project now has more than 100 engineers on board… http://ow.ly/khsZ50i23xF

WhatsApp limits message forwarding to fi

WhatsApp limits message forwarding to fight the spread of fake news – WhatsApp is making yet another change to its service to prevent the spread of misinformation by neutering its message forwarding function. Users will now only be able to forward messages to 20 contacts at a time; people in India will be limited to forwarding messages to only five people at a time. In addition, the shortcut button for forwarding messages that appears next to images and video will b… http://ow.ly/soEt50i21Fm

Sony announces limited edition ‘Amazing

Sony announces limited edition ‘Amazing Red’ PlayStation Pro bundle – Sony today announced a custom-edition PlayStation 4 that features a bright red exterior adorned with the logo of everyone’s favorite web-slinger. I’m not a fan of custom-edition consoles. I’d like to think that when I fork over upwards of $500 that the console I just bought is going to be, visually speaking, something I’ll have to live with for the next several years — until a new version takes it… http://ow.ly/2Xci50i1WUj