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Tesla's Cybertruck shatters windows, share prices & expectations
It’s a design that’s reminiscent of blocky 80s and 90s videogames of yesteryear, but Tesla is seriously serious about its newest product, the Cybertruck.
Why AI algorithms are only as good as the data they’re fed - Snowflake
If this data is of poor quality or contains bias, this will have a significant impact on subsequent decisions made by the software.
Cybercriminals earning over $3billion annually exploiting social platforms
Social media platforms contain up to 20% more methods by which malware can be delivered to users – e.g. through adverts, shares, plug-ins – than comparable sources.
Hands-on review: The Tesla Model X P100D
Never have I been in a car which has been this much of a conversation starter. Almost everywhere we parked, I’d have people come up and ask questions about the Model X.
Cybercriminals reap benefits of cryptocurrency hype
Cybercriminals are reaping the benefits of the cryptocurrency hype, bringing in millions of dollars through fake exchanges and fake ICO offers.
Musk says AI 'more dangerous than nukes' - expert stays optimistic
Elon Musk spoke at SXSW and used examples of AI's rapid advancements to show why it ‘scares the hell’ out of him - Kolochenko remains optimistic.
Interview: Understanding the bleeding edge to do business at the cutting edge
Richard Cousins on the importance of using technology to actually solve problems.
Kiwi platform enables you to rent a Tesla from your neighbour
Ever gazed at a Tesla (whether on the Internet or in person) and dreamed about driving one? Well now you can with this peer to peer platform.
The rise of AI: should we be scared or ecstatic?
AI has the potential to deliver scientific breakthroughs like we have never seen or imagined...
Former SpaceX employee accelerating NZ companies solving the world’s problems
Scott Nolan looks for founders with a unique view of the world, deep internal motivation, and a level of rigour driven by their own expectations.
NASA, SpaceX and HPE team up to send a supercomputer to space
The Spaceborne Computer includes a high-speed HPC interconnect running an open-source Linux OS...
Global payments solution Stripe says 'kia ora' as it launches in NZ
The company is holding Office Hours this Wdnesday across four technology hubs in Auckland and Wellington.
Musk tries to avoid Judgment Day by calling for a ban on killer-robots
“These could be weapons that despots and terrorists use against innocent populations..."
Big Red Group secures exclusive reseller rights for AI marketing platform Albert in A/NZ
Albert is a fully autonomous, enterprise-level artificial intelligence marketing platform that drives digital marketing campaigns.
Tesla owners beware! Security researchers find major holes - firmware updates critical
Researchers at Tencent’s Keen Security Lab discovered major security holes in Tesla’s firmware, which attackers could use to control vehicles.
AI may have your health and finances on record before the year is out
Here's how artificial intelligence and deep learning are moving from buzzwords to revenue-generating endeavours...
Tesla model three expected to start production on Friday
The Tesla model three combines real world range, performance, safety and spaciousness into a premium sedan.
Elon Musk: Tesla's market cap higher than they deserve
"In my experience, in over 10 years covering stocks and clean energy, I've never heard another CEO say that."
Elon Musk's SpaceX to bring internet to far corners of the Earth
Half the world doesn’t have the luxury of being able to connect to the internet at their leisure, even though internet access is basic human right.
Tesla opens pre-order for home solar tiles for most countries
In a blog post, Tesla announced the pre-order availability and provided with a calculator tool to help consumers figure out the cost.
You're invited: Strategies for an Artificially Superintelligent Future
David Miller invites you to join a discussion on the future of artificial intelligence. The talk is part of the Hutt City Council’s STEMM Festival.
Elon Musk enlists help of Twitter in naming new tunnel bore
Could Al Bore be the name of the flagship bore for Elon Musk's The Boring Company?
Arbor Networks: Beware of headline risk with DDoS attacks
A term you will frequently hear in the stock markets is “headline risk” and it occurs when a news story adversely affects a stock's price.
Opinion: We take some brilliant tech for granted way too often
You know who you are. Stop taking Netflix for granted, and appreciate just how amazing that sh*t is.
Elon Musk expects Tesla self-driving cars within 2 years
Futurists’ lord and saviour Elon Musk spoke at TEDTalk in Vancouver recently, on a range of topics covering Tesla’s plans for the future.
Tesla recalls 53,000 cars after braking failure
All Model S and Model X vehicles manufactured between February and October of 2016 contain a gear that may have been improperly made.
Tesla quietly launches sexy solar panels for homes
They’re doing their best to create panels that look right at home on your roof, without being an eyesore.
Be a part of space exploration: SpaceX now hiring
They are looking for astronauts, engineers, sales staff, marketers, software developers and exactly one barista.
Research determines Australia's most popular boss
Celebrity brands are unmistakably magnetic, employers of choice, and allow employees to be pioneers of their own brand purpose, values, and mission.
Stripe's new 'caller ID' machine learning platform is tackling online fraud - and making card payments safer
Radar works by using algorithms to detect patterns and instances of likely fraud. As it learns, its defences become more powerful over time.
More Tesla crashes muddy Autopilot's waters: Are drivers just too careless?
Another Tesla crash has prompted more calls about the controversial Autopilot system to be renamed after Model X crashed in Pennsylvania.
Tesla's Model 3: The single biggest launch of any product ever
"This has been a true grassroots effort driven by the passion of the Tesla team that’s worked so hard to get to this point."
Artificial Intelligence is on the horizon – are you ready?
"While the world probably won’t end up turning into the Terminator series, it makes sense to start planning for AI now.”
iWatch out... Apple to predict heart attacks
Apple is developing sensor technology capable of predicting heart attacks, a feature which could be attached to the eagerly anticipated iWatch.