On this week’s Drill Down podcast, hope for WannaCry victims, FCC starts to scrap Net Neutrality, bad news for patent trolls, Facebook‘s rulebook, Google‘s AI beats human gameplayersÂ on their own turf,Â plus much, much more.
On this week’s Drill Down podcast, a wiki for fake news, an Amazon Echo with a camera, The Pope gives a TED Talk, an artificial womb, and… yes, Uber‘s shenanigans are in the news again,Â all this and much much more.
This week, will cellphones be banned from airlines?, Russians hack over a billion passwords, malware in your USB, a camera that can decipher sound from silent video, the Sprint/T-Mobile merger is dead, and…if a monkey takes a selfie in the jungle, does it own the copyright?
For 24 hours (beginning at 12:00am EST on the 18th of January, year 2012), Wikipedia will go dark to the English-reading world.
The online encyclopedia made the decision to make such a bold statement in hopes of educating the masses on SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), and the immense negative effects and restrictions that it could bring to the internet if it were to be made law.