Cryptocurrency Users Risk Losing Big due to Unfixable Error in Intel SGX

Cryptocurrency Users Risk Losing Big due to Unfixable Error in Intel SGX

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Mar 15, 2020 at 14:30 // News Recently, computer security researchers revealed that a new flaw in Intel’s SGX exposes sensitive user data to cyber criminals. The flaw in the Intel Software Guard eXtension poses a risk to cryptocurrency users can not be patched leaving users at a very high risk of losing their funds.…
Emerging tech will enhance your kid’s education — but not their creativity

Emerging tech will enhance your kid’s education — but not their creativity

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Did you know TNW Conference has a track fully dedicated to bringing the biggest names in tech to showcase inspiring talks from those driving the future of technology this year? Tim Leberecht, who authored this piece, is one of the speakers. Check out the full ‘Impact‘ program here. At first glance, it is an unlikely match: on…
Blockchain Fundraising Can Benefit African Tech Startups

Blockchain Fundraising Can Benefit African Tech Startups

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Many African startups continue to struggle to raise early-stage capital. That's partly because there ... [+] aren't many clear exit opportunities for angel investors, who typically provide early-stage funds. Blockchain-powered funding can provide exit opportunities. (Photo by Per-Anders Pettersson/Getty Images) Getty Images African startups raised a record $1.34 billion in venture capital in 2019, up…
10 technology traits that will impact our lives in 2020

10 technology traits that will impact our lives in 2020

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Presented by Pegasus Tech Ventures 2020 — it’s when the world will see transformational changes in how technology impacts our lives. Here’s a look at the top technology trends that will influence us. Trend 1: Breakout moment of artificial intelligence (AI) in manufacturing AI is now part of everyday life, driven by the emergence of…
Blockchain Professor Adds Coronavirus To Curriculum As Classes Go Remote

Blockchain Professor Adds Coronavirus To Curriculum As Classes Go Remote

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Adjunct professor Timothy Mackey of University of California San Diego Timothy Mackey This January, adjunct professor Timothy Mackey, from the University of California San Diego walked into his classroom in La Jolla, California to teach an undergraduate degree class on how government policy can impact global health, just as news of a virus with a…