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With a high school diploma or a Normal Equivalency Diploma (GED), you can apply to any of FIT’s affiliate diploma programs. At present AI is used mostly in the tech trade, the place it has created efficiencies and produced new services. However many different businesses and industries have struggled to benefit from the advances in artificial intelligence. Sectors equivalent to drugs, manufacturing, and power could also be remodeled if they have been able to implement the technology extra totally, with an enormous increase to economic productivity. We know that some of the Morgies have already been identified with eczema, sarcoidosis, … Read More

Alarming number of pharma executive login credentials available on the Dark Web

A new report details major vulnerabilities among the executive suite at some of the largest pharmaceutical companies.

Data leaks and ransomware scenarios have become routine. This criminal industry is only expected to increase in scale and sophistication as the seized information and cyber-hostage scenarios can fetch a king’s ransom for those involved. And the more valuable the loot, the higher the bounty.

As illustrated by the massive Merck data breach, these attacks can set back companies hundreds of millions of dollars and result in the loss of invaluable assets such as the loss of proprietary information and years worth of

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Why Pop!_OS 20.04 could change how you think about Linux

System76 has launched a new release of Pop!_OS–find out what other Linux distributions could learn from it.

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It’s only been a few short days, but Pop!_OS 20.04 has quickly made its way up my list of all-time favorite Linux distributions. Although the operating system, created by System76, is based on Ubuntu 20.04 and contains a (mostly) generic GNOME desktop interface, there are certain things Pop!_OS does that keep it from being just another spin on Canonical’s baby.

Sure, Pop!_OS starts with the usual updates to Ubuntu 20.04: There’s the new kernel, GNOME, and all of the

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Android 11 beta is launching June 3, and it’ll help you fight robocalls

The next iteration of Google’s Android operating system is coming in June.


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Google on Wednesday said it’s holding an online event next month to unveil the beta version of Android 11, the next generation of the search giant’s mobile operating system. 

The event, scheduled for June 3 at 8 a.m. PT, will feature keynote addresses from Google executives including Android’s vice president of engineering, Dave Burke, and senior director of product management Stephanie Cuthbertson. After that, the company will hold a live question-and-answer session and technical talks aimed at software developers. 

The search giant normally unveils Android at

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