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Twitter launches bug bounty contest with a ‘twist’: All the details – Times of India

Twitter launches bug bounty contest with a 'twist': All the details - Times of India

Finding bugs, security flaws and vulnerabilities is something that largely constitutes for the bug bounty programs that are run by tech companies. Twitter has announced a rather unique bug bounty contest where security researchers will have to find algorithmic bias. In a blog post, Twitter said that finding bias in machine learning models is difficult. Companies, sometimes, end up finding ...

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Click News: Untethered bi-pedal robot runs 5km

Click News: Untethered bi-pedal robot runs 5km

BBC Click’s Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week including: Twitter begins testing a new online shopping feature US President Joe Biden warns a cyber-attack on the country could lead to a “real shooting war” An untethered bi-pedal robot, developed at Oregon State University, teaches itself to run and completes a 5km (3.1mile) ...

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samsung galaxy m21 2021 edition: Samsung Galaxy M21 2021 Edition now on sale in India via Amazon – Times of India

samsung galaxy m21 2021 edition:  Samsung Galaxy M21 2021 Edition now on sale in India via Amazon - Times of India

Samsung recently launched the 2021 Edition of Galaxy M21 smartphone. It is now available for purchase in the country via Amazon. The handset comes powered by Exynos 9611 processor and is backed by a 6000mAh battery. Price and offersSamsung Galaxy M21 2021 Edition comes at a starting price of Rs 12,499. The phone’s base model packs 4GB RAM and 64GB ...

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Face palm: When the emoji you want doesn’t exist

Scroll through the emoji keyboard and you’ll see plenty of pictures of redundant tech: a pager, a fax machine, even a floppy disk because once an emoji is added, it never gets removed. As a result, Unicode is wary of adding more symbols that it fears could end up pointlessly cluttering the keyboard in just a few years’ time. Source ...

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