The more complex a system is, the more holes that could be created. And this particular one is affecting billions of devices.
The 'COVID-19' coronavirus has put many countries around the world down to their knees.
In the modern days of technology, almost everyone in the world have smartphones. With those devices, people can capture almost anything as soon as it happens.
Websites and online services that want to make money, can show ads or implement a paywall for their content.
Some scientists believed that the advancement of AI may give the technology the ability to redesign itself at an ever-increasing rate that it will become unstoppable.
To some WhatsApp users, one of the lasts things they want is having their phone numbers that can be tied to their identity, available for anyone to see on the web.
Zoom has skyrocketed itself as the popular choice for video calling platform amid the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic. Others are trailing behind it, including Google.
The 'doesnotexist' suffix has been used for quite some times to show how AIs can imagine non-existing things and characters.
The 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic is yet to see its end, and people are using messaging apps more than ever before.
With more people relying on video conference tools for work to school-related tasks, Google is turning on its AI-powered noise cancellation in Google Meet.