posted about 14 hours ago on the register
Entry-level AIRI equivalent Pure Storage and Cisco have linked arms to build a converged FlashStack system for AI, a kind of AIRI microMINI but one that will run at half the speed.…

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Lot fetched almost £66k before being deleted A cheeky eBay seller sought to cash in on the love Great Britain bears for everyone's favourite dithering racist royal by attempting to auction debris from the crash Prince Philip was involved in last week.…

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CNIL brands ad personalisation consent invalid, slams lack of transparency Google has been fined a mammoth €50m by the French data protection watchdog for GDPR violations in a victory for Max Schrems' privacy group NOYB.…

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Bruno le Maire confident despite 'hesitant' nations The French finance minister has said he expects the European Union to agree on a digital services tax by March – a year after the bloc's initial proposal.…

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posted about 18 hours ago on the register
Are these the stats you were looking for? Reverse ferret by tech research giant Reverse ferret. Months after Gartner researchers confirmed a pitifully low proportion of CIOs were actually unleashing AI into the wild, the latest survey paints an entirely different picture.…

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posted about 19 hours ago on the register
Department's response? We might have made a typo Fujitsu has accused the Foreign Office of being unable to count after mandarins awarded a £350m IT outsourcing contract to incumbent rival Vodafone.…

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Bringing a 'tangible, next-level competitive boost' apparently... Western Digital has remodelled its M.2 SN720 mobile and edge device gumstick SSDs into a faster SN750 gamers' drive with a heatsink option.…

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posted about 20 hours ago on the register
Move over One-Click shopping, Click to Pray is here Pope Francis of the Catholic Church has launched the "Click to Pray" app, designed to connect the faithful via smartphones and fondleslabs.…

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Women allegedly paid 13% less in bonuses, 33% less in stock value Oracle is under fire for allegedly paying women staffers $13,000 less on average than their male counterparts.…

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posted about 21 hours ago on the register
Get a deep discount on deep learning Events  If you’ve got a problem and you suspect part of the answer might come in the form of AI, machine learning or data science, you should really join us at MCubed 2019.…

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posted about 22 hours ago on the register
Plus: Retail services win for Azure and 365, new toy for XAML UWP devs, and more Roundup  Culling Cortana, poking Phone users and feeding the UWP XAML developers – it's all in a week's work for Microsoft.…

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posted about 22 hours ago on the register
The iPhone time machine takes us back 36 years... to the Apple Lisa Feature  Dearly beloved, please join us in taking a moment to remember the Apple Lisa, a 36-year-old experiment in seeing just how much Apple could charge for hardware.…

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posted about 23 hours ago on the register
Junior staffers, cold fingers get blamed for missed payments in taxman's annual attempt at humour It's well known that the UK's taxman would like a bit more dosh to fill its coffers – but it doesn't want to come across as a humourless leech.…

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Techie's speed test ends up bringing sales reps' work to a screeching halt Monday morning has rolled round once again, which can only mean one thing – Who, Me?…

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The question now is: Will it move forward or not? Analysis  The future of a critical change in European copyright law is under doubt after negotiations designed to clarify wording have left all sides frustrated.…

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Climate change is going to make Monday mornings much more of a grind Coffee plants, the source of the warm brown elixir powering millions of people worldwide using the magic of caffeine, are at risk of extinction which is Kona be a massive problem for addicts.…

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Well, computers programmed by AI-wielding bio-boffins The human genome is hiding secrets that point to a mystery ancestor alongside our hominid cousins the Neanderthals and Denisovans, according to AI software.…

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The week's other stories in AI Roundup  Hello, here’s a very quick roundup of some of the interesting AI announcements from this week. Read on if you like robots and GPUs.…

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posted 3 days ago on the register
Plus, Safari security foiled by… a finger swipe? Roundup  This week we wrangled with alleged Russian election meddling, hundreds of millions of username-password combos spilled online, Oracle mega-patches, and cliams of RICO swap-gangs.…

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Killer jailed for life after fitness kit data tips off plod Avid runner and hitman Mark Fellows was this week found guilty of murder after being grassed up by his Garmin watch.…

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Microsoft to hang up support on 10 December Microsoft has formally set the end date for support of its all-but-forgotten Windows 10 Mobile platform.…

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Big Blue brands claim 'outlandish' in non-denial denial A former senior executive at IBM has claimed she was ordered to lie to the US government about just how many older workers Big Blue was laying off.…

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Identical sisters with same genetic makeup get completely different results from test kits Mail-order genetic testing kits, which are all the rage right now, have been put through their paces by identical twins, and the results are baffling.…

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Лучшая защита – нападение? Russian hackers attempted to infiltrate the Democratic National Committee (DNC) just after the US midterm elections last year, according to a new court filing.…

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Anti-censorship demo reaches Chocolate Factory's London HQ A small handful of protesters turned up outside Google’s London HQ today to protest against the ad company’s censored search engine, developed as part of an unholy bargain to gain access to the Chinese market.…

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