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New York will use facial recognition to catch terrorists

New York governor Andrew Cuomo wants to give the state’s bridges and tunnels a high-tech makeover, starting with the installation of cameras, sensors and facial recognition equipment. Under his initiative, crossings, airports and other strategic locations will be equipped with facial recognition systems as an anti-terrorism measure. Facial recognition still isn’t perfect and has issues recognizing people of color, but ...

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FDA approves first automated insulin system for type 1 diabetes

For diabetes patients, managing blood sugar levels through insulin pens, needles or pumps is a necessary hassle — but it might be far easier to handle going forward. The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the first automated insulated delivery device for type 1 diabetes, Medtronic’s MiniMed 670G. The gadget uses a sensor to detect glucose levels under your ...

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A Pakistani Kid Hamza Shahzad – World Youngest Computer Programmer

A kid of Pakistan origin has become the world’s youngest qualified computer programmer at the age of seven. Muhammad Hamza Shahzad, resident of Handsworth area in Birmingham has been trained by his father Asim Shahzad, who works with an American IT firm. His mission to prepare himself as like “Bill Gates”. Hamza Shehzad already become the World’s youngest Microsoft Office ...

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A pakistan got 3rd position among top bug hunters from around the Globe

Mr. Shahmeer Amir born in Multant and till now he earned almost $150,000 in total bounties by reporting bugs to 300+ global organizations. Some of these organizations include Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Twitter, LinkedIn, Dropbox and much more. Consistent with last year’s status as a top bug finder, Shahmeer Amir continues to be a top producer in terms of bugs ...

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Facebook will use Whatsapp users’ personal data

As you know that Whatsapp is also by facebook company before two years ago. Now Facebook management change the privacy policy of whatsapp and allow users data to share on facebook for the purpose of getting ads. The companies says that there is not security risk to your whatsapp messages on your facebook timeline, or your status updates being sent ...

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The importance of system security is quite high priority of all departments including public and private organization. So the white house appointed a retired Brigadier General Gregory J. Touhill, as first Federal Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He will responsible for setting policies, strategies and practices across federal agencies. The role of the first federal CISO will include conducting Cyberstat Reviews ...

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