No platform is a 100% safe. No matter how good the team behind it is doing, there are always the chance that malicious things go unnoticed.
Image recognition AIs can be so good at identifying people that their development is probably faster than other machine learning technologies.
The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), is a committee that maintains various JPEG image-related standards.
Google is the largest and the most capable search engine of the web. But ironically, it could still be hard for users to find a particular email in Gmail.
Twitter is known for its 'tweetstorm', which can be described as tweets posted by a Twitter user in quick succession.
While there are privacy-focused web browsers in the market, Mozilla as the creator of Firefox wants a bit of their market share.
Photoshop is a product of Adobe that is almost synonymous with image manipulation. It's also often used as a verb to describe attempts of editing photos.
China is doing its best, given that the spread and the scare of the deadly coronavirus continue.
Aspect ratio describes the proportional relationship between its width corresponding to its height.
Malvertising is the practice of delivering malicious online advertisements that are either disruptive or intrusive. And on Google Chrome, many extensions were doing this.