A leading 3D engine used by apps, games, and mixed reality experiences will soon see even wider cross-platform support.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency research development group, Chaincode Labs has hired developer and co-founder of Blockstream, Pieter Wuille, who will now work on protocol improvements to Bitcoin. The coder and engineer posted a tweet in which he said he would continue to collaborate with the research team at Blockstream. Very excited to announce I’m joining Chaincode […]
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In a study, researchers find that NLP pipelines often discriminate against certain languages. This can lead to unintentional underrepresentation.
Intel partnered with MIT and the Georgia Institute of Technology to create an AI system that can determine whether code performs the same function.
Log management automation startup LogDNA has raised $25 million in venture capital funding, bringing its total raised to over $60 million.
Google and partners launched the Open Usage Commons to extend the philosophy and definition of open source to project trademarks.
On July 4, 2020, the Bitcoin Cash proponent Cain published an interview with the blockchain developer, Shammah Chancellor, about a new project called Stamp Chat. At its basic level, “Stamp is a prototype of a layer-2 private messaging and payment system on Bitcoin Cash. It implements stealth [plus] confidential transactions on top of Bitcoin Cash […]
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Facebook has admitted that it accidentally shared some users’ personal data with approximately 5,000 app developers even after the 90-day cut-off period. For those unaware, following the 2018 Cambridge Analytica app scandal which saw the personal data of 87 million Facebook users compromised, the social media giant established the below 90-day lock-out policy that would […]
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Bitcoin Cash proponents have been introduced to a new project built using the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) framework called mistcoin (MIST). The new token is essentially the first mineable implementation of colored coins on Bitcoin Cash. Mist allows participants to mine the SLP tokens “using proof-of-work to help decentralize allocation of newly minted tokens.” It […]
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Google open-sourced TFRT, a faster and more efficient runtime that’ll eventually replace the default runtime in the company’s TensorFlow framework.