In many movies, the hacker is portrayed as the villain of the story who only wants to steal the data and sell it on the black market. However, not all hackers are necessarily bad guys – some even protect you from potential data breaches.
With the Covid-19 pandemic and a consequent health crisis, solutions had to be implemented to revive the economy. Many companies have set up remote working for their employees. Today, remote working is perceived as a real ally for companies looking for talent. Why?
Technological advances are becoming more and more important and are aiming to disrupt our daily lives and especially our health. From artificial intelligence capable of detecting cancers to surgical robots, digital technology became essential in life sciences in order to increase human life expectancy. Recently, the digital twin became a true ally for life sciences and health.
On “TLC”, there is a program called “Hoarding: Buried Alive”, where one can see people with hoarding problems, accumulating tons and tons of “trash” and all kinds of objects. Imagine that, but in the virtual world. For some people, being surrounded by information triggered a new addiction: digital hoarding.
Outil très populaire auprès des internautes, ChatGpt a su se faire une place de choix au côté des “géants” moteurs de recherches, comme Google. Il a pourtant été interdit pendant un certain temps en Italie puis remis en question par certains Etats de l’Union Européenne sur sa conformité au RGPD. La nouvelle version de ChatGpt est sortie plus forte que jamais et plus compliant qu’avant (du moins, c’est ce que l’on dit).