Articles by Destini

Elon Musk recently commented on the need to regulate AI, citing it as an existential risk for humanity. As is the case with any human creation, the increasing leverage technology affords humans can certainly be used for good or evil, but the premise that we need to fear AI and…

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According to recent research from IDC, it is forecasted that there will be 200 billion connected IoT devices by the end of 2020. And while connected, autonomous technology will clearly increase efficiency and productivity, businesses and individuals alike should not underestimate the risks posed by IoT. See also: Meet the…

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Image copyright ITV Image caption Kem and Amber were crowned the winners on Monday’s final The final episode of Love Island helped ITV2 reach its biggest ever audience on Monday night. An average of 2.43 million viewers tuned in live to see Kem and Amber crowned the winning couple –…

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Chuck Schumer is trying to reconcile the neoliberal and left wing factions in the Democratic party by offering a slate of policies that are supposed to appeal to both sides: some ($15 minimum wage) are solid, but one recommendation is so face-palmingly dumb that it’s almost impossible to believe…

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Image copyright Brinkhoff Mogenberg Image caption More than 700,000 people watch the National Theatre’s live stage productions every year Step through the stage door of the National Theatre on London’s South Bank and you will find yourself in a corridor with a bright yellow floor. “We call it the ‘yellow…

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWATCH: The National Crime Agency has started the UK’s first ‘rehab’ course for hackers Teenagers caught carrying out hacking and cyber-attacks could soon be attending a rehab camp that aims to divert them away from a life of crime. The first weekend…

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Image copyright Getty Images “Unfair charges” levied on buyers of new-build homes could be banned in England under a proposed crackdown. Leaseholds on new-builds would be outlawed, while ground rents could be dramatically reduced, under government plans subject to public consultation. Ground rents can double every decade, crippling home owners…

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