University of Melbourne and Cubic test AI camera to improve road safety
The camera can identify different road users as they pass into and through intersections.
Jio Platforms throws its hat into video conferencing ring with JioMeet
The video conferencing platform can support calls that have up to 100 participants.
Is your Apple Music app draining your iPhone battery? This is what you can do
There’s a fix, but it’s pretty drastic.
Why Apple is warning users about MacBook camera covers
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes tells Karen Roby there’s a cheap — almost no-cost — alternative that won’t break your MacBook or the bank. Read more: https://zd.net/2Wl6FJ7
Google makes its Tsunami network security scanner available on GitHub
Google says Tsunami is an extensible network scanner for detecting high-severity vulnerabilities with as little false-positives as possible.
A new global effort to guide the COVID-19 response with AI
ZDNet’s Stephanie Condon tells Karen Roby about a newly-formed coalition that aims to help policymakers leverage the vast sums of COVID-19 data available. Read more: https://zd.net/3fsAMpr
Microsoft to add these new features to Teams before the end of the year
Microsoft is adding a bunch of new features to Teams in the coming weeks and months, some of which are catching up with what’s in competitive services, while others are new and different.
How to work out in space
Paul Francis, founder and CEO of OYO Fitness, tells Tonya Hall about the unique challenges that come with implementing a way for individuals in space to workout.
Laptop shipments boom as consumers seek productivity tools in lockdown
Laptops sales have increased as businesses and consumers sought out productivity tools in lockdown.
A surprising way technology can help end mass incarceration
Greg Nichols says that data is a powerful tool. So why don’t prosecutors have access to it? Read more: https://zd.net/2AVv6W1