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Artificial Intelligence Now Reads Lips Better Than People.

A research alliance between Google’s AI company DeepMind and Oxford University is reported to have developed a new AI system that can read lips better than humans.

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Facial Recognition Allows ‘No Hands’ Driving.

Details of a new smart ‘no hands’ cruise control that uses facial recognition technology to make sure that the driver is paying attention are reported to have been revealed in correspondence between The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and auto manufacturer General Motors Co (GM).

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iPhone Users Hit By Spammers.

Up until recently, Apple products have been widely regarded as being safe from viruses, spam and other unwanted online intrusion. iPhone users, however, have reported an increase in unwanted invitations turning up in their calendars, and unwanted photo-sharing alerts.

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Record Breaking Online Sales For ‘Cyber Monday’.

Just as we’re getting over Black Friday in the UK, news comes from the U.S. about record-breaking online sales on the first day after the Thanksgiving break that has become known a ‘Cyber Monday’.

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Ofcom Rules To Separate Openreach From BT.

After a long negotiation, the UK telecoms regulator Ofcom has now ruled that it will be formally asking the European Commission to start the process of separating BT from its network infrastructure arm, Openreach.

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Tech Tip – Keeping Your Windows Organised.

If you’re using Windows 10 and you often need to have several Windows open and handy at once, this tip enables you to snap your windows to specific parts of the screen and keep them organised.

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