No RESUMIDO #19 entrevisto o jornalista e advogado Glenn Greenwald, co-fundador do The Intercept, responsável pela #vazajato, analisando a importância desse trabalho jornalístico. Além disso, tem: inteligência artificial, espionagem e verdade; privacidade, Fortnite e Alexa e sistemas de recomendação. Vamos nessa!
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You can train an AI to fake UN speeches in just 13 hours
Deep-learning techniques have made it easier and easier for anyone to forge convincing misinformation.
Experts: Spy used AI-generated face to connect with targets
LONDON (AP) — Katie Jones sure seemed plugged into Washington’s political scene. The 30-something redhead boasted a job at a top think tank and a who’s-who network of pundits and experts, from the…
Ex-CIA officer Kevin Mallory sentenced to 20 years for spying for China
Former special agent jailed for selling classified US ‘defence information’ for $25,000 in 2017
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg Defends Not Removing Doctored Nancy Pelosi Video
Speaking at Cannes Lions, the COO said the social network would welcome regulation, adding, “Companies like ours shouldn’t make as many decisions as we do.”
What Hong Kong’s Protesters Can Teach Us About The Future Of Privacy
Something odd happened in Hong Kong last week. Protesters against a controversial proposed extradition bill were afraid to use their metro cards. Instead of swiping their cards through the turnstiles of the city’s rail system, they lined up to buy single-journey tickets with cash, apparently worried about “leaving…
Fortnite makers grilled by MPs over ethics
MPs ask whether Epic Games does enough to prevent users spending too much time or money on the game.
Alexa could spot your cardiac arrest—by listening to your breathing
If you’re unlucky enough to have a cardiac arrest, your chances are not good. Of the roughly 400,000 people who experience one every year in the US, less than 6% survive. It is the leading cause of natural deaths. However, the likelihood of survival is much higher if you get help quickly: immediate resuscitation can double or triple your chances.
Justiça proíbe artistas de rua no metrô, após ação de Flávio Bolsonaro
Decisão do Órgão Especial do TJ-RJ foi divulgada nesta segunda-feira
Your Daily Drive: Music and News That’ll Brighten Your Commute — Spotify
If it feels like you’re always in the car, you’re not alone. Americans log 70 billion hours behind the wheel each year, with a big chunk of that time spent commuting to and from work or school. To help make that time fly by, stay up to date on the world around you, and maybe… Read more »
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