Day: January 9, 2023

AI Lawyer Will Represent Client In Traffic Court, Threatening Nonexistent Market For Traffic Court Lawyers

It’s the rise of the lawbots, something not even foretold by Futurama, which allowed a “simple hyper-chicken from a backwoods asteroid” to perform much of the series’ criminal justice work. AI-in-everything is on the rise. And that includes lowball court cases, as Lauren Leffer reports for Gizmodo. An AI-based legal advisor is set to play

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FCC moves to form Space Bureau as its role in regulating orbit intensifies

The Federal Communications Commission regulates lots of industries and practices relating to telecommunications and the internet, but it is now cementing its role as a space regulator by voting to create a brand-new bureau specializing in the topic. Bureaus are the divisions of the agency that handle different areas of industry: media, wireless, consumer, and

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Identity thieves exploit security flaw to steal credit reports from Experian
Credit reporting company Experian plc is in the news for the wrong reasons again, with a report claiming that identity thieves exploited a security weakness on its website to obtain credit reports. KrebsOnSecurity reported today that identity thieves are successfully exploiting the Experian website to obtain credit reports by using a person’s name, address, birthday and

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MinIO is to storage as Kubernetes is to compute, says company co-founder
It’s easy to forget the down-to-earth reality that there’s no cloud computing without hardware. Containerization and deployment with Kubernetes frees applications from the underlying infrastructure. But, in most cases, the storage remains tethered in place, causing problems for companies dealing with data in a multicloud environment. “That’s where storage systems like MinIO come into play,

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How to transfer all your data from an old iPhone to a new iPhone
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