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Stratasys 3D Printed Model using FDM and Inkjet Technologies!

"This card and pen holder was created to illustrate the range of possibilities using Stratasys' different 3D printing technologies. One half of the model is created using FDM technology in ABSi material - strong, light, durable and suitable for real production requirements. The second part is created using Inkjet multi-material jetting technology which deposits 2 photopolymer-based materials at the same time and mimics the precise look and feel of more complex end products. This part features extremely smooth surfaces, fine details and embedded writing in a separate material. Together, using both FDM and Inkjet technology, designers and manufacturers can cover the entire gamut of Fit, Form and Functional Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing requirements!"


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3D printing has the potential to revolutionize numerous industries.

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Digital Transformation of Businesses
A selection of documents, articles, papers, videos and other content for those interested in the transformation that is required when going 100% digital in an organization. I also try to highlight the impacts, both positives and negatives of that transformation. Like it? Please click "Recommend"
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Pyramid of Digital Needs may explain why you are scared of Facebook @fmheir #PrivacyAware 

Pyramid of Digital Needs may explain why you are scared of Facebook @fmheir #PrivacyAware  | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

This post explores the pyramid of digital needs. Based on personal experience and observations, I describe what this hierarchy may be composed of, map technologies that support them, and offer an initial analysis of the impact on individuals and businesses.

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This is a new concept that I have been thinking about for a few year and that may help explain why some persons are not ready to have a Facebook account or share on social networks.

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Acquiring the capabilities you need to go digital @McKinsey

Acquiring the capabilities you need to go digital @McKinsey | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Some of the talent and tools won’t necessarily be found in-house. Here’s how to create a sustainable strategy for sourcing the right people and products.
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Finding the right partner for digital implementations is key to any project success. Here McKinsey proposes criteria to help select the best ones but also how to design a process to ensure it can be managed globally in the organization.

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Change-Makers: The 31 Most Disruptive Technologies

Change-Makers: The 31 Most Disruptive Technologies | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
From cloud computing and lithium ion batteries to 3D printing and containerization, we collected the technologies that have done the most to shape the internet era.
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I usually repost those things around new years, with all the predictions etc. but this list seemed to me so appropriate and so true that I wanted to share now.

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Tumbling Stones's curator insight, May 23, 9:31 AM

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I usually repost those things around new years, with all the predictions etc. but this list seemed to me so appropriate and so true that I wanted to share now.

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The Age of AI: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Organizations via @altimeter

The Age of AI: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Organizations via @altimeter | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

This report lays out the current state of AI for business, describes primary and emerging use cases, and states the risks, opportunities and organizational considerations that businesses are facing. It concludes with recommendations for companies thinking about applying AI to their own organizations, and a look at some of the business, legal and technical trends that are likely to shape the future.

Key Findings

  1. When it comes to use cases, narrow and clear is better than new and shiny. Some of the most promising uses of AI today are highly specialized and highly vertical — from farming, to self-driving cars, to predictive analytics and precision medicine. In many cases, the most successful deployments will identify buying signals and churn signals and automate complex processes.
  2. AI will become a forcing function for an organizational data strategy. AI learns from vast amounts of data. Clean, accessible data is the foundation upon which successful AI is built. This means that data availability and accessibility should be early considerations when determining where to build, and where not to build, AI into systems.
  3. Ultimately, the opportunity (and risk) of systems based on machine learning is in their ability to sense, communicate, learn, act and adapt over time, and to connect with other systems.  It’s not just about devices that will play a song or order tickets to a concert.
  4. Governance, privacy, ethics, and trust are critical to the customer experience. Even with a relatively “narrow” AI, it’s important to understand that enabling machines to learn and act based on data and past experience has significant implications. It’s critical to scenario plan for AI deployments — not only for the legal and regulatory reasons, but to protect and enhance the customer experience.
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The report provides one of the best diagram to explain where AI can be applied in businesses today.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 22, 9:09 PM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this guide to where Artificial Intelligence is  going and how it's transforming business worldwide.

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TensorFlow & Tensor Processing Units mean @Google will become the leader in #MachineLearning and #AI?

TensorFlow & Tensor Processing Units mean @Google will become the leader in #MachineLearning and #AI? | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

In just its first year, TensorFlow has helped researchers, engineers, artists, students, and many others make progress with everything from language translation to early detection of skin cancer and preventing blindness in diabetics. We're excited to see people using TensorFlow in over 6000 open-source repositories online.

Second-generation Tensor Processing Units (TPUs) are coming to Google Cloud to accelerate a wide range of machine learning workloads, including both training and inference. We call them Cloud TPUs, and they will initially be available via Google Compute Engine.

https://blog.google/topics/google-cloud/google-cloud-offer-tpus-machine-learning/ 

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Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) are impossible to neglect today and recent announcements from Google on TensorFlow and Tensor Processing Units mean that more companies and developers will be able to explore how AI and ML can be leveraged in their applications and industries. Expect acceleration in this field.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 21, 11:17 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this intriguing article on the impact of TensorFlow and how it impacts machine learning, artificial intelligence, and machine intelligence. Tensor Processing Units have made an impact in medicine, language translation, and training.  Google latched onto this technology early and has become one of the leaders in the field.

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Analysis 15,000 #startups funding shows 1 in 6 Gets Acquired - all other die via @Crunchbase

Analysis 15,000 #startups funding shows 1 in 6 Gets Acquired - all other die via @Crunchbase | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Let’s say you randomly selected 1000 seed-stage startups based in the United States. How many of those would go on to raise a Series A? Of companies that go on to raise a Series A, how many would go on to raise a Series B? You could keep this process going until only
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We say one company in a thousand makes it. This study provides hard facts that the numbers are more like 16%.

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An Uncertain Future: New Entrants In The #Food #Delivery Space Decline As Existing Startups Struggle

An Uncertain Future: New Entrants In The #Food #Delivery Space Decline As Existing Startups Struggle | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Maple's acquisition and Munchery's recapitalization highlight challenges in food delivery, with fewer fundings, increased M&A activity, and some companies ceasing operation.
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The first question a good friend of mine always asks when I come to her with this great new idea (and it happens more often than not) is: "how are you going to make money?". And she is right: if the business model is not there, then no matter how much funding you get at some point in time, you will run out and will have to close. Simple. But frustrating for an entrepreneur to hear because my ideas are so great...!

That being said, I am old enough to remember the dotcom bust in 2000 and the various same-day delivery outfits that folded. Because they did not have a viable business model. So it may seem that the same has repeated here with one difference: the market is much larger than in 2000. Thus there may be some niche markets or geo that provide sufficient margins to make this a money making business. All others, see you next time.

I wrote about possible doom of same day delivery in the past so you can verify that I am not just saying in retrospect but that I called the shot years ago (earliest post is in 2013).

- first warning in 2013: http://sco.lt/6nkd4z

- same day delivery:  http://www.scoop.it/t/digital-transformation-of-businesses?q=same+day+delivery 

- food delivery: http://sco.lt/8tvFnl 

- same day not good, next day is great: http://sco.lt/4wpmQT 

- google same day not a great idea: http://sco.lt/67V5iz 

 

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 19, 3:56 PM

A cautionary tale from reporter Farid Mheir.  Mr. Mheir has been warning about problems with these new same day delivery systems since 2012 or 2013.  A sobering report worth remembering.

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Researchers show it is possible for #AI system to learn to fly by crashing into objects via @gnat

Researchers show it is possible for #AI system to learn to fly by crashing into objects via @gnat | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

How do you learn to navigate an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and avoid obstacles? One approach is to use a small dataset collected by human experts: however, high capacity learning algorithms tend to overfit when trained with little data. An alternative is to use simulation. But the gap between simulation and real world remains large especially for perception problems. The reason most research avoids using large-scale real data is the fear of crashes! In this paper, we propose to bite the bullet and collect a dataset of crashes itself! We build a drone whose sole purpose is to crash into objects: it samples naive trajectories and crashes into random objects. We crash our drone 11,500 times to create one of the biggest UAV crash dataset. This dataset captures the different ways in which a UAV can crash. We use all this negative flying data in conjunction with positive data sampled from the same trajectories to learn a simple yet powerful policy for UAV navigation. We show that this simple self-supervised model is quite effective in navigating the UAV even in extremely cluttered environments with dynamic obstacles including humans. For supplementary video see: https://youtu.be/u151hJaGKUo 

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We learn as much from our mistakes as from our good moves. This research shows that AI systems can do the same.

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Managing large #software requires #softwareEngineering structured approach: what will it be for #AI?

Managing large #software requires #softwareEngineering structured approach: what will it be for #AI? | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Motivation Imagine you’re an engineer working on a new product feature that is going to have a high impact on the end user, like the Dropbox Badge. You want to get quick validation on the functionality and utility of the feature.
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Managing large software development projects and software products requires a very structured approach that has evolved greatly in the past few years. Here is dropbox approach and I wrote about Spotify's in the past http://sco.lt/5aFJUf and http://sco.lt/6tfxIn and on devOps http://www.scoop.it/t/digital-transformation-of-businesses?q=devops 

However with the arrival of AI and deep learning, with the same better practices hold? I have not read much on this yet.

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Study: VR twice as effective as morphine at treating pain

Study: VR twice as effective as morphine at treating pain | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Over 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. SnowWorld attempted to divert a patient’s attention from the pain they were experiencing, and into a magical world that saw them flying through a virtual canyon while throwing snowballs at penguins and snowmen. It’s early, but according to Quartz, others have had similar success: the Pain Studies Lab at Simon Fraser University in Canada, Virtual Reality Medical Center in San Diego, and others have all reported significant improvement for patients using VR simulations to treat pain.

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The power of VR is to transport you in another world. VR has been shown to help treat phobias such as vertigo but now it looks like it can also help with pain reduction. Great idea IMHO.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 17, 8:49 PM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this look at how Virtual Reality technology can reduce pain and possible eliminate the over use of opiate painkillers.

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Luigi Cappel's comment, May 19, 4:11 PM
Thanks for this. I used the same concept with chronic fatigue, to stay awake, but I do it by playing Candy Crush. I don't like the game, but it gives me blue light and stimulates my brain when my body wants to go to sleep at 5 or 6PM. It's also less antisocial in that I'm not putting on a headset and leaving my wife for another realm.
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We are the product: Using #wearables + #BigData to predict heart disease

We are the product: Using #wearables + #BigData to predict heart disease | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

This study plans to gather more data about heart health from more people than any research study has done before. We'll use it to develop strategies to prevent and treat all aspects of heart disease. It's as simple as that.

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The study behind the recent assessment that Apple watch can be used to predict heart disease. The future of wearable device is health and wellness related.

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Killer use case for #wearables? Study: Apple Watch accurately detects heart problems

Killer use case for #wearables? Study: Apple Watch accurately detects heart problems | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
A study published today suggests your Apple Watch could help detect and track serious heart conditions. According to CNET, researchers from the University of California, San Francisco worked with the app Cardiogram on the Health eHeart study, gathering cardiovascular data from 6,158 people who used Apple Watches. They tested whether the watches were able to …
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Wearables are struggling to find their usefulness. I've been saying from the start that their killer app is with everything related to sensors. This appears to be truer than ever with news like this...

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 16, 12:23 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this article on how wearable technology is saving lives...in this case, an Apple Watch has been able to detect heart problems.

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The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data via @TheEconomist

The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data via @TheEconomist | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

An oil refinery is an industrial cathedral, a place of power, drama and dark recesses: ornate cracking towers its gothic pinnacles, flaring gas its stained glass, the stench of hydrocarbons its heady incense. Data centres, in contrast, offer a less obvious spectacle: windowless grey buildings that boast no height or ornament, they seem to stretch to infinity.

Also read: http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21721656-data-economy-demands-new-approach-antitrust-rules-worlds-most-valuable-resource 

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For a while the saying was that "If You're Not Paying for It; You're the Product" but it looks like today "If You're Not Paying for It; You're the Data". data is in fact so important today because it is essential to program the new algorithms of deep learning. Those that have plenty of Data - Facebook, Google, Apple, UBER, Tesla - will be able to have better software and thus hopefully better products.

Thus, you are the data. Think about it next time you use a computer or mobile phone...

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 15, 12:03 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for sharing this fascinating article from "The Economist."  Basically, knowledge is power.  Those who control data will dominate markets, research, and technology.

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Shazam for Food? Wearable Dietitians? Microsoft Patents AR/VR Glasses That Tell You What to Eat

Shazam for Food? Wearable Dietitians? Microsoft Patents AR/VR Glasses That Tell You What to Eat | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Microsoft was granted a patent for augmented reality glasses that track when and what you eat.

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WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

Virtual Reality (VR) is a great idea but very difficult to do well because you have to generate a whole new world. Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed-Reality (MR) offer a greater potential because it superposes useful information onto the real world. That is the promise and we will see with ideas like this, huge promises and a great deal of hype in the coming months and year. Brace yourself for the weirdests ideas and expect most to fail. 

But keep the faith in the basic idea that AR-MR will revolutionize your life and represent a technology/device/solution that will most probably become as pervasive as fast as the smartphone has with the advent of the iPhone. Because it will be useful.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 14, 3:57 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this look at AR/VR glasses, a technology that will help you stay fit by monitoring the food you eat.  Fascinating technology once the "bugs" are worked out.

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A Peek at Trends in Machine Learning shows an explosion in papers recently

A Peek at Trends in Machine Learning shows an explosion in papers recently | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Have you looked at Google Trends? It’s pretty cool — you enter some keywords and see how Google Searches of that term vary through time. I thought — hey, I happen to have this arxiv-sanity database of 28,303 (arxiv) Machine Learning papers over the last 5 years, so why not do something similar and take a look at how Machine Learning research has evolved over the last 5 years?

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More research = more discoveries so we can expect even more practical uses of machine intelligence in the coming years...

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 13, 2:59 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this update on machine learning.  Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are the wave of the future, with much of this technology already being applied.

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Website Flaw Let True Health Diagnostics Users View All Medical Records — Krebs on Security

Website Flaw Let True Health Diagnostics Users View All Medical Records — Krebs on Security | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

To demonstrate the flaw, Mursch logged into his account at True Health and right clicked on the PDF file for his latest health report. He showed how the site would readily cough up someone else’s detailed health records and blood tests if he modified a single digit in the link attached to that PDF record and then refreshed the page.

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We delegate our privacy to the companies we interact with every day: Google for emails and photos, banks for cash, credit cards for transaction data, governments for our taxes and medical clinics and labs for our health data. Well this story shows that health clinics should take care to secure and protect our health data more securely. By the way, the breach exposed here is very basic to prevent and should never occur in today's world of technology. Depressing...

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 12, 2:01 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this sobering looks at the security vulnerabilities of your health records. There is no excuse for this lapse of security.

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Will Google’s “Fuchsia” smartphone OS finally provide single interface for #Android and #iPhone?

Will Google’s “Fuchsia” smartphone OS finally provide single interface for #Android and #iPhone? | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Taking a look at Google's mysterious third operating system.
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We consume our digital mostly through our phones already and this trend is bound to continue for a while. This new OS from Google may shed light into options for the future where developers will be able to write one version of the mobile app that runs on all devices...?

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 10, 11:12 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir on this report about Google's "fuchsia" smartphone OS. Fascinating concept...hope it works.

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3 Million #Instacart Orders, Open Sourced

3 Million #Instacart Orders, Open Sourced | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Instacart is excited to announce our first public dataset release, “The Instacart Online Grocery Shopping Dataset 2017”. This anonymized dataset contains a sample of over 3 million grocery orders from more than 200,000 Instacart users.

For each user, we provide between 4 and 100 of their orders, with the sequence of products purchased in each order. We also provide the week and hour of day the order was placed, and a relative measure of time between orders.

 

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In today's eCommerce world, winners do not limit themselves to building great catalogs and payment processing experience. They actively analyze data to understand customer behaviour, to provide them with exceptional information to speed-up their shopping experience, but also maybe make them buy more or more expensive products. This is a great example of such a data analysis by grocery shopping leader instacart. It provides amazing insights into grocery shopping but also has open sourced the data for others to benefit.

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First Mixed-Reality Surgical Holographic Navigation with Microsoft HoloLens for Spine Surgery

First Mixed-Reality Surgical Holographic Navigation with Microsoft HoloLens for Spine Surgery | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Scopis Introduces the First Mixed-Reality Surgical Holographic Navigation Platform Integrating Microsoft HoloLens for Open and Minimally-Invasive Spine Surgery

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Looks like AR will be most powerful and useful in professional settings. This is a great example where surgeons get additional information to guide them during surgery without having to look up and away from their patient. Bravo!

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Diane Dromgold's curator insight, May 8, 6:47 PM

This looks like it will be really useful. I just love really clever people and what they can do.

prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 8, 8:40 PM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this look at how Augmented Reality will change the medical field.  A definite win for both doctors and patients.

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More reasons to enable #2FA 2 factor authentication, never reuse #password & register to @HaveIbeenPwned

More reasons to enable #2FA 2 factor authentication, never reuse #password & register to @HaveIbeenPwned | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
The short version: I'm loading over 1 billion breached accounts into HIBP. These are from 2 different "combo lists", collections of email addresses and passwords from all sorts of different locations. I've verified their accuracy (including my own record in one of them) and many hundreds of millions of the
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Pretty much your whole life is online and digitize today. Your only protection from crooks is strong passwords that you never reuse. This article provides in depth discussion on the millions of passwords that are being sold for few dollars on the dark web. It should help you understand why this is important and what to do to be more secure.

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 7, 11:47 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this article, which reinforces the idea of using non-repeatable and strong passwords, as well as two-factor authentication online.

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#fakeNews was nothing: AI algorithms are creating a frighteningly realistic fake future in #video

#fakeNews was nothing: AI algorithms are creating a frighteningly realistic fake future in #video | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Thanks to machine learning, it’s becoming easy to generate realistic video, and to impersonate someone.
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If you thought fake news was bad, well an era of fake audio and news clips is about to dawn on us. We need regulations to govern this otherwise there will be consequences in the political, business and personal fronts for sure...

 

Also see this other blog post on the subject, as it related to fake actors in movies, a much less troublesome use of the technology: http://sco.lt/8Eglqj

 

This field is moving fast if you compare this to a blog post of January 2016: http://sco.lt/85op5l 

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 7, 1:00 AM

A cautionary tale from reporter Farid Mheir. Thanks to technology, the line between fact and fantasy and truth and lies is being blurred.  The implications for politics, ethics, and social control are immense. Truth has become a flexible concept.

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AudioSet: A Dataset of 2M audio clips for Audio Event Research

AudioSet: A Dataset of 2M audio clips for Audio Event Research | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

Systems able to recognize sounds familiar to human listeners have a wide range of applications, from adding sound effect information to automatic video captions, to potentially allowing you to search videos for specific audio events. Building Deep Learning systems to do this relies heavily on both a large quantity of computing (often from highly parallel GPUs), and also – and perhaps more importantly – on significant amounts of accurately-labeled training data. However, research in environmental sound recognition is limited by currently available public datasets.
In order to address this, we recently released AudioSet, a collection of over 2 million ten-second YouTube excerpts labeled with a vocabulary of 527 sound event categories, with at least 100 examples for each category.

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Training data is crucial for machine intelligence. This kind of stuff will help researchers improve their AI solutions. What is most important is the data has been crowdsourced from youTube videos. It used to be we were the product, not it seems we are the data...

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2017 DBIR: Understand Your Cybersecurity Threats

2017 DBIR: Understand Your Cybersecurity Threats | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it

The 2017 DBIR reveals what’s really happening in cyber security. This year’s report is based on analysis of over 40,000 incidents, including 1,935 confirmed data breaches. That means you get a detailed insight into the cyber security threats you face.

Read the report and discover:

  • The biggest cyber security threats in your sector and what you can do to mitigate them.
  • Who’s behind the attacks and how they’re getting in.
  • What motivates the cybercriminals.
  • How nine incident patterns can help you predict what the cybercriminals will do next.

 

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This annual report on cybersecurity from Verizon is one of the best as it analyzes data from 2,000 breaches to draw a portrait of cybersecurity threats that is factual. Must read.

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Mick jones's comment, May 4, 9:56 AM
visit here:- http://www.mediafire.com/file/laochyoc44ruao7/Internet+Explorer.pdf
prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 4, 4:49 PM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this comprehensive report on cybersecurity threats.  Read and thoroughly understand what's reported in this document--your business may depend on it.


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Two Factor Authentication Tutorials guides you to turn on #2FA on most popular websites #DO-IT #NOW

Two Factor Authentication Tutorials guides you to turn on #2FA on most popular websites #DO-IT #NOW | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
Many of the world’s largest online and mobile properties offer 2FA to help prevent fraudulent activity and protect your accounts. To see if the sites and apps you use offer 2FA, and to get detailed step-by-step instructions on how to Turn It On, start here.
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Maybe the most important security measure you can take today, this 2FA website gives step-by-step guidance on how to enable it on most popular websites like Apple, Google, Facebook and others. 

For more on protection your digital self, read this blog post and do the other 9 actions in there: http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-moi-get-started-10-actions/ 

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 4, 2:32 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this well-timed advice on "hardening" the security of your web or blog site.  Two factor authentication is a must for adding an additional layer of security to your online presence.

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Grocery Store Of The Future: 65 Startups Reimagining Shelf Stocking, Product Promotion, Shopper Tracking, And More

Grocery Store Of The Future: 65 Startups Reimagining Shelf Stocking, Product Promotion, Shopper Tracking, And More | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
The startups in this infographic have raised nearly $1.5B to optimize grocery store operations with AI, virtual reality and more.
Farid Mheir's insight:

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Grocery is the last frontier for digital disruption, everyone knows (huge market but late adopter of digital, especially eCommerce see http://sco.lt/8ai7W5 http://sco.lt/6q1Ijx http://sco.lt/8Y94vh ).

But no one knows when exactly they'll get disrupted. Many are betting on eCommerce but from the looks of this report, we may see a lot of changes in our weekly trip to the supermarket, from shelf monitoring to augmented reality.

Then again, grocers are pre-historic in their use of technology because of low margins and a very repetitive shopping experience. We mostly always buy the same products and are looking at our store "experience" to be fast with low prices, not so much fun and experiential (see Amazon GO http://sco.lt/8MTY8X where there is no cash register to slow you down still needs to be cheap http://sco.lt/80HuqX).

So my bets are on the startups that enable faster grocery shopping at a low cost- all others I expect will have a hard time (sorry AR and VR startups...)!

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prgnewshawaii's curator insight, May 2, 11:11 AM

Thanks to reporter Farid Mheir for this look at the grocery store of the future.  Aisle shopping will never be the same.


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Why everything is #hackable: Computer security is broken from top to bottom via @TheEconomist

Why everything is #hackable: Computer security is broken from top to bottom via @TheEconomist | Digital Transformation of Businesses | Scoop.it
OVER a couple of days in February, hundreds of thousands of point-of-sale printers in restaurants around the world began behaving strangely. Some churned out bizarre pictures of computers and giant robots signed, “with love from the hacker God himself”. Some informed their owners that, “YOUR PRINTER HAS BEEN PWND’D”.
Farid Mheir's insight:

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The Economist has made its April 08 cover "why computers will never be safe" to clearly state that we should all come to terms with the fact that improving our digital security and privacy will come from policies, rules and regulations, as it is impossible to ensure computer systems are built to be safe and un-hackable. I tend to agree with the statement and the conclusion, although I remain confident that over time the computer industry will find a way to make its systems safe by design. But we will live with a legacy of un-secure systems for many decades, so we must learn to deal with it.

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Digital transformation technology consultant and Enterprise Architect. Works with business executives in the fields of eCommerce, Cloud, Web2.0, enterprise2.0, sourcing2.0