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Oracle plans to dump risky Java serialization

Oracle plans to drop from Java its serialization feature that has been a thorn in the side when it comes to security. Also known as Java object serialization, the feature is used for encoding objects into streams of bytes. Used for lightweight persistence and communication...
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Oracle To Acquire DataScience For Workflow Technologies

Oracle has agreed to acquire DataScience for an undisclosed amount. DataScience has developed a suite of machine learning and AI tools to increase the efficiency of data scientist workflows. ORCL has been an active acquirer of technology startups; with a new technology cycle of machine...
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Microsoft also has an AI bot that makes phone calls to humans

Google demonstrated a jaw-dropping new capability in Google Assistant earlier this month, allowing the Assistant to make calls on your behalf. While Google Duplex generated controversy and discussion around artificial intelligence, Microsoft has been testing similar technology with millions of people in China. At an...
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Netflix’s DVD Rental Business Is Still Profitable

Netflix might be focusing on its streaming business, but the produce that made its name is still alive—and apparently well. The company’s DVD.com DVD rental business has 3 million subscribers and generated a whopping $56 million in profit on just $99 million in revenue during...
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Microsoft acquires Semantic Machines to improve conversational AI technology

Microsoft today announced that it has acquired Semantic Machines, a Berkeley, California-based startup which is developing conversational AI technology including a new Conversation Engine. Semantic Machines’ Conversation Engine is a revolutionary approach for modeling human discourse fluidly across speech and text. This engine extracts semantic...
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Now you can buy a laptop with Alexa preinstalled

It was just matter of time, really. Amazon’s push to get its smart assistant on every piece of hardware imaginable now includes Windows 10 laptops, starting with Acer’s Spin 3 and 5 lines. Both include models sporting Alexa, currently available at retail. Acer looks to...
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Microsoft to Block Flash in Office 365

Microsoft announced plans last week to block Flash, Shockwave, and Silverlight content from activating in Office 365. The block will only apply to Office 365 subscription clients, but not to Office 2016, Office 2013, or Office 2010 distributions, the company said. This is a full-on...
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