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  1. Facebook’s surveillance machine

    Facebook’s business model involves having people go to the site for social interaction, only to be quietly subjected to an enormous level of surveillance…

  2. Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg AWOL from Facebook’s damage control session

    Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg declined to face his employees on Tuesday to explain…

  3. U.S. FTC reportedly probing Facebook’s abuse of personal data as UK summons Zuckerberg for questioning

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether the use of personal data from 50 million Facebook users…

  4. Yet another Facebook debacle means it’s time for an Apple social network

    The emerging Cambridge Analytica/Facebook affair…

  5. HomePod should become a hub for all Apple-centric needs

    Today the HomePod is all about music, but it could be so much more…

  6. Hey Siri: give me a product development road map for AI

    Infighting, rushed development, and lack of vision have damaged Apple’s Siri development…

  7. Former Apple employees reflect on Siri’s ‘squandered lead’ over Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

    Review after review trashed Siri with words like ‘dopey,’ ‘annoying’ and ’embarrassingly inadequate’…

  8. Siri creator is surprised by how much Apple’s Siri still can’t do

    Norman Winarsky was among those present at the birth of Siri…

  9. European Union seeks power to seize overseas personal data from customers of Apple, Microsoft, other tech firms

    The European Union is preparing legislation to force companies to turn over customers’ personal data…

  10. FBI agent texts criticize Apple: ‘Now if Tim Cook would fall off the face of the earth’

    The messages are between Peter Strzok, an FBI counterintelligence agent, and Lisa Page, a lawyer for the FBI, who were involved in an extramarital affair at the time…

  11. Apple is leading the charge to offline artificial intelligence

    When it comes to the companies that are leading the charge into artificial intelligence…

  12. Apple to users: Here’s why our data gathering doesn’t invade your privacy

    Apple is using differential privacy to protect users, even when collecting very sensitive data such as keystrokes and the sites users visit…

  13. Privacy worry? Apple is sharing your face data with third-party app developers

    Apple just started sharing your face with lots of apps…

  14. Google collects Android settlers’ locations even when location services are ‘disabled’

    Many people realize that smartphones track their locations. But what if you actively turn off location services?

  15. Apple says ‘Face With Tears of Joy’ is the most popular emoji in America

    The face topped Apple’s list of the top 10 emoji, ahead of…

  16. App developer access to iPhone X face data spooks some privacy experts

    Apple Inc. won accolades from privacy experts in September for assuring that facial data used to unlock…

  17. Apple: Privacy is a fundamental right

    Apple updated its privacy policy Wednesday and offered up more details on how it handles the data…

  18. Apple begins mining browsing data in Safari via differential privacy

    The public release of macOS High Sierra brings with it some key updates to Safari…

  19. Apple explains how it’s making Siri smarter without endangering user privacy

    I wake up and put on my Apple Watch, and while I’m making coffee, I look down and see…

  20. Is Apple really falling behind in the artificial intelligence race?

    Changes to executive responsibility for Siri are a sign that things…

  21. Commitment to user privacy complicates Apple’s push into artificial intelligence

    To build and run machine learning services you need computing power and data, and the more you have of each the more powerful your software can be…

  22. Apple’s iPhone turns ten: No product in recent history has changed people’s lives more

    The firm’s approach to data privacy will determine Apple’s success in the coming years…

  23. Apple strengthening Siri’s backbone ahead of next-gen intelligent devices and services

    Apple once led the pack with its intelligent assistant Siri, but in just a few years, Amazon, Microsoft and Google have chipped away at its lead…

  24. Apple acquires dark data startup ‘Lattice Data’ for $200 million

    Apple has acquired Lattice Data, a Menlo Park company that was spun out of a Stanford research…

  25. Apple expands in Microsoft’s backyard

    Apple is growing its team in Seattle by creating a new hub for artificial intelligence research…

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