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Domogik – a free (GPLv3) Home Automation solution – by https://is.gd/kmFqLA


Domogik is a free (GPLv3) Home Automation solution.

It allows you to:

  • Controlling your lights, shutters, etc.
  • Monitor your house (temperature, electricty, …).
  • Create scenarios to make your home more independently.
  • Controlling your home with Voice .

And much more …

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Murdoch Seeks to Dent Google’s Ad Dominance After YouTube Revolt by https://is.gd/6BbXP9

Rupert Murdoch is hoping that Google‘s pain might be his gain.

Murdoch’s News Corp. is introducing a service that it says can ensure online ads don’t appear next to fake news or offensive videos, marking the latest salvo in the billionaire media mogul’s long battle with the world’s biggest search engine.

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‘Do’s and Don’ts’ for Dealing with Regulators by https://is.gd/UBjXxg


When covered entities and business associates are faced with a data breach investigation or compliance audit by federal regulators, there are a number of moves they should and shouldn’t make, says attorney Marti Arvin of security consulting firm Cynergistek.

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ffVC and NYU are mixing researchers with investors in the name of machine intelligence by https://is.gd/g0abmw

The timing was perfect. Just as startups were settling into NYU and ffVC’s new brains-meet-money accelerator, “AI Nexus Lab,” Uber acquired Geometric Intelligence. In a stroke of luck, the startup that would become Uber’s AI lab happened to have been raised by NYU Tandon’s Data Future Labs. Uber’s interest in Geometric helped solidify New York’s place in the minds of machine intelligence wonks and brought investor attention to other startups affiliated with the school.

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In Europe’s Election Season, Tech Vies to Fight Fake News by https://is.gd/cUQwAf

As Europe readies for several elections this year after President Trump’s victory in the United States, Mr. Vlachos, 36, is one of a growing number of technology experts worldwide who are harnessing their skills to tackle misinformation online.

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The French electorate heads to the polls in the second round of presidential elections on May 7, followed by votes in Britain and Germany in the coming months. Computer scientists, tech giants and start-ups are using sophisticated algorithms and reams of online data to quickly — and automatically — spot fake news faster than traditional fact-checking groups can.

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