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The Best Sources To Learn About Chatbots And AI For Businesses

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  • Our list will help you to stay up-to-date and learn how you can use chatbots and AI for your own business.
  • Depending on which medium you prefer, you will find blogs, Facebook groups, Slack channels, online courses or newsletters that are dealing with chatbots and AI on our list.
  • There are already a large number of blogs about chatbots and AI out there.
  • Then you should take a look at the courses on online learning platforms: – – Udemy: Udemy is one of the largest online learning platforms and offers a wide range of topics such as chatbots and AI, for example, the course Chatbot Mastery: Techniques from Facebook, Google, & Slack ….
  • Just subscribe to one of the chatbot or AI newsletter and receive the most important news directly to your mailbox.

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Reading the 2017 Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) report

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  • During 2017, the FBI received 1,783 complaints regarding ransomware infections, a figure smaller than previous years (2,673 complaints in 2016, 2,453 complaints received in 2015).
  • This data is very strange considering that almost any security firm reported a dramatic increase in the number of ransomware infections, a possible explanation it that victims did not report the crime to the authorities.
  • Ransomware is ranked at 24thfor most reported cyber-crime in the US based on the number of complaints received by the authorities.
  • According to theFBIs 2017 Internet Crime Report,ransomware caused total damages of $2,344,365.
  • What these numbers show is that victims are (still) not reporting ransomware infections to law enforcement officials, opting in most cases to pay ransoms, restore from backups, or reinstall PCs without filing a complaint.

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Infographic: Unlocking The Potential Of Chatbots In E-Commerce – B&T

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  • Here at B&T, we love anything to do with technology and e-commerce, so you can imagine our delight when we stumbled upon an infographic that ticked these boxes.
  • The people at Market Inspector did some research which found many e-commerce brands are beginning to explore service automation through chatbots by capitalising on the massive growth in the number of people using messaging apps.
  • This inspired Market Inspector to come up with an infographic which demonstrates the potential of chatbots at every step of online purchase journey.

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Facebook Won’t Care About Privacy Until Wall Street Cares About Privacy – CPO Magazine

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  • After Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbergs trip to Washington to answer questions from top Congressional lawmakers in April, the hope was that the Silicon Valley tech giant would double down on efforts to tighten up privacy on the social network, as well as work alongside legislators on sweeping new rules that…
  • In fact, in the period since Zuckerberg went to Washington, investors on Wall Street have sent shares of Facebook soaring.
  • If you look at a chart of Facebooks stock, you can immediately see how Wall Street reacted in the span of a single day, shares of Facebook shot up from $159.69 to $174.16.
  • In fact, Facebook is basically sending a coded message to Wall Street: We know things have been tough recently, but we are continuing to find new ways to grow.
  • Mark Zuckerberg assured the assembled audience that privacy and safety would be built into the new dating initiative from the very beginning, but within days, tech analysts began raising a number of important questions about Facebook Dating.

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Hacking charge dropped against Nova Scotia teen who slurped public records from the web

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  • The Canadian teen had faced the possibility of jail time for alleged unauthorized access to a computer when, earlier this year, he automatically downloaded some 7,000 documents from the province’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy website.
  • This website is an online database of documents published in response to freedom of information requests: if you request some info, and pay the fee, any documents ultimately dug up and handed over will eventually be popped onto the site for everyone on the planet to see.
  • The case became an international story when digital rights groups criticized the Nova Scotia government for heavy-handed tactics against someone who was simply looking at publicly available data.
  • For many, the case was seen as red-faced bureaucrats trying to cover up their own data management blunders by blaming someone who had done little more than enter a curl command a pull down a collection of documents.
  • These files were subsequently slurped by the teen after he ran through the document ID numbers from 1 to 7,000, drawing in hundreds of pages of released information as well as inadvertently pulling in data government staffers should never have dumped on the internet in the first place for all…

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