Mouseflow Adds Live Heatmaps to Web Analytics Platform

Mouseflow introduces live heatmaps to its web analytics platform to allow users to gain unique insights from large data sets with just a glance!

Alphabet Draws Shareholder Ire Over Human Rights – Again

Alphabet is facing backlash from its shareholders over its approach to digital privacy, reports the Financial Times. And not for the first time. This time, however,...

GlobalSCAPE Tackles Data Regulations With Eighth Generation MFT

GlobalSCAPE announces it will launch a new Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) 2020 platform in 2020 with a strong emphasis on controls for the plethora of emerging data...

EU to Invest €6 Billion to Build a Single European Data Space

The EU plans to invest €6 billion to build a single European data space, reports EURACTIV. The envisioned space will house personal, business, and “high-quality...

Why Did Facebook Acquire Another AI Startup (Atlas ML)?

“Facebook quietly acquired another UK AI startup and almost no one noticed,” reported TechCrunch on February 10. We looked into why.

Dutch Court Halts Use of AI for Detecting Welfare Fraud

In a landmark ruling, a Dutch court has ordered an immediate halt to the government’s use of an automated system for detection of welfare fraud.

Databricks and Immuta Partner to Provide End-to-End Data Governance for Machine Learning

Databricks, a data processing and analytics platform with a strong focus on AI and ML, has partnered with Immuta to deliver automated end-to-end data governance for AI,...

AnswerRocket, “The AI-Driven Analyst for Everyone”

There’s a proliferation of AI-driven/AI-powered/AI-[insert-your-own-favorite-verb-here] tools and products on the market, because AI – and its underlying technology,...

CognitiveScale Named One of the 50 Smartest Companies of 2019 by The Silicon Review

CognitiveScale has been named one of the 50 Smartest Companies of the Year 2019 by The Silicon Review. The recognition is for “transforming customer engagement and...

Facebook Will Pay Illinois Users $550-Million Settlement Over Its Use of FRT

Facebook agreed to pay $550 million to settle a class action lawsuit with a group of users in Illinois over its use of facial recognition technology (FRT) to tag...
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