Smart software will help the social network tackle posts that promote terror, says the site
Privacy watchdogs think a damning leaked document about Facebook targeting insecure teens could help usher in new era in privacy protections.
2014 review of recent studies and reports on online discrimination and potential downsides of digital marketplaces featuring user profiles and data.
Word of mouth, sponsored. Trusted recommendations, promoted. Reviews from friends, endorsed. This is the new lexicon of advertising. As the world learns to ignore traditional advertising online, tech giants have found a way to grab people's attention: using your name, face, and words. Are we okay w
The companies that sell information about how much money you make - and whether you're pregnant, divorced, or trying to lose weight - are facing new
As Web companies and government agencies analyze ever more information about our lives, it's tempting to respond by passing new privacy laws or creating mechanisms that pay us for our data. Instead, we need a civic solution, because democracy is at risk.
You might think that as we grow increasingly concerned about the way our personal information is used online, we are choosing to turn away from those that infringe on our privacy. However, sites that adopt
Recorded Future predicts when and where a demonstration will occur after mining from the web all the related activities.
Ho il piacere di iniziare questa nuova sezione dedicata alle interviste ad esperti, dei settori che tratto, facendo un pò di domande che riguardano il Data Mining a Roberto Bello. Chi è Roberto Bello ? Laureato in Economia e Commercio con specializzazione in Ricerca Operativa - Esperto in Knowledge Mining e in linguaggi di programmazione
The personal genetics company purchased disease-community website CureTogether earlier this week.
1998/09/01: We all guard closely our privacy, and some go to great lengths to withhold information about themselves from the computerized databases of large corporations. But does that effort keep other people from making and acting on judgments about us? In truth, large companies and governments are making decisions that affect us all the time. The fact is that data mining itself is in the diaper stage. Trade journals like ComputerWorld warn regularly against trusting the results of current techniques—while reasserting that it will soon become a critical part of business planning. It looks like data mining is one toy that managers will not relinquish until it blows up underneath them.