May 21st 2017
This Week in Tech 615
Biz Sized Hole
All the highlights from Google I/O. Tim Cook has a blood sugar tracking watch. Facebook's guidelines for content moderation. Biz Stone is going back to Twitter. What happened with WannaCry. Minecraft devs don't want you to poison your birds. The FCC is going ahead with their plan to end Net Neutrality whether you like it or not. The internet is broken, and one of the men responsible is trying to fix it.
- Jeff Jarvis went to Google I/O, and all he got was this t-shirt.
- Mark Millian secretly hates the way Leo pronounces "Bloomberg Business Week"
- Nathan Olivarez-Giles has mad street cred.
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- Google's Coolest Tech Is Getting Harder and Harder to See
- Build and train machine learning models on our new Google Cloud TPUs
- Juergen Schmidhuber's home page - Universal Artificial Intelligence
- Google Lens is a powerful, AI-driven visual search app
- Google's speech recognition error rate is now under 5%
- Android O beta registration is now live
- Two million U.S. jobs.
- Apple CEO Tim Cook test-drove a device that tracks his blood sugar, hinting at Apple's interest in the space
- Apple Plans Laptop Upgrades to Take on Microsoft
- Excellent report from Data & Society on manipulation: who does it, why, and how
- Twitter cofounder Biz Stone says he's returning to the company to guide company culture, more (Biz Stone/Medium)
- Everything you need to know about the WannaCry / Wcry / WannaCrypt
- In Computer Attacks, Clues Point to Frequent Culprit: North Korea
- Russian hackers targeted Pentagon workers with malware-laced Twitter messages
- Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning walks free from prison
- Over 98% of All WannaCry Victims Were Using Windows 7
- There's an easy fix for WannaCry, if you haven't rebooted yet
- Minecraft' Is Patching the Game So Kids Won’t Poison Their Pet Birds
- Uber Starts Charging What It Thinks You’re Willing to Pay
- Reporter manhandled by FCC guards because he asked question
- Americans no longer have to register non-commercial drones with the FAA