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NAB writes consumer privacy rights into its data architecture
Reveals architectural evolution, one year on.
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Lufthansa delays chatbot's responses to make it more 'human'
Beta users want more than a human-like name and avatar.
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Raters review Google’s algorithmic changes.
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Machines to match human brain by 2029
A US scientist claims that machines will achieve human-level artificial intelligence within the next 21 years..
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Web banking risk down to human error
The vast majority of internet banking users are not taking even basic steps to protect themselves online, according to a new study..
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