French Hacker Claims Aarogya Setu Flaw Reveals Unwell People in PMO, Army HQ, After IT Minister’s Assurance of Security

French security researcher Robert Baptiste (going by the pseudonym Elliot Alderson, or @fs0c131y on Twitter) posted that several Indian government officials are currently unwell, and that he got this information thanks to a flaw in the Aarogya Setu coronavirus contact tracing app which was made by Niti Aayog along with a number of volunteers. Baptiste has claimed that a vulnerability in the Aarogya Setu app let him see who is infected, unwell, and who has made a self COVID-19 assessment. Although he was initially contacted by Indian cyber security agencies, the team behind Aarogya Setu refuted his claims, and on

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Best phones under $300: Moto G Power, Galaxy A50, LG K40 and more

If you’re on a tight budget but in need of a phone upgrade, there are a many devices that cost $300 or less. Several of our favorite phones are from Motorola, which is unsurprising given that the company has made feature-rich budget phones for years now. In addition to its newest phones, the Moto G Stylus and G Power, Motorola’s G phones from 2019 are also still available for cheap. On top of that, there are a couple of Android handsets from other phone makers that we recommend as well. To see our top picks, check out the list

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Redmi Note 9 Pro to Go on Sale Today at 12 Noon via, Amazon: Price in India, Offers, Specifications

Redmi Note 9 Pro will be going on sale in India today at 12pm (noon). The phone was launched in March and boasts impressive specifications, like a quad rear camera setup and octa-core processor. The phone comes in three colour options namely, Aurora Blue, Glacier White, and Interstellar Black. The Redmi Note 9 Pro will be available on the Xiaomi India website ( and Amazon in two RAM and storage configurations. As for deliveries, the government has allowed delivery of non-essential items in Orange and Green zones throughout the country. To recall, Xiaomi had also put the phone on sale

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How NVIDIA hopes to industrialize AI with MLOps

Commentary: We still spend far too much time training machine learning models rather than deploying them. Could MLOps–which brings data scientists and DevOps together–be a solution?

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We’re definitely beyond the science project years of artificial intelligence (AI) deployments, and we’ve got work to do before we get past the “brittle” phase. Some retailers, like Walmart, have used machine learning (ML) to improve forecasting while reducing their cost of inventory. But many others spend lots of time building models that never get deployed, said Tony Paikeday, director of product marketing for the NVIDIA DGX portfolio of

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Over half of US SMBs plan to maintain remote working for employees

Small and midsize business owners believe working remotely is here to stay post-pandemic, according to a newly released survey by Intermedia.

Fifty-seven percent of small and midsized business owners who increased remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic said they will likely maintain the option for employees in the long term, according to a new study by Intermedia. This indicates a shift not only in the way businesses operate but also how owners, employees, and customers will engage with one another in the future, the cloud communications provider said.

Among the biggest benefits of shifting to remote work, SMB owners

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