ARC Reads: September 2022 Edition
This Month: Drone Delivery, New Cybersecurity Regulations, AI In Canada, Ransomware Defies Seasonal Trends & More
In this warm September edition (cue the pumpkin spice) of ARC Reads, we continue to share the latest tech and business articles that have piqued our interest.
What We’re Reading This Month
These companies are building the future of the drone delivery industry – Going all in on tech innovation. Drone deliveries are hot right now. In the US, companies like Walmart and Amazon taking the lead. As well as the industry rollout, there’s a slew of innovation in technology and hardware solutions that augment and enhance the delivery experience. Let’s take a look.
New Cybersecurity Regulations Are Coming. Here’s How to Prepare – Cybersecurity has reached a tipping point. After decades of private-sector organizations more or less being left to deal with cyber incidents on their own, the scale and impact of cyberattacks means that the fallout from these incidents can ripple across societies and borders. Read more here.
Artificial Intelligence in Canada: Past, Present, and Future – It is amazing to reflect on the role that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has taken on in our daily lives. Fantastic intelligent machines that, only a few years ago, solely existed in the imaginary futuristic worlds of science-fiction authors are commonplace conveniences for us today. Article here.
Why you should really stop charging your phone overnight – What’s the best way to charge an iPhone to get the longest possible battery life? I asked myself this question and decided to do some experimenting to find out. Before going to sleep, I used to do what millions of other people do: I put my iPhone on to charge overnight. But why do we do this?
Ransomware defies seasonal trends with increase – Ransomware operators are back with a vengeance this summer, as monthly attack volumes are increasing at a time when they normally tail off.
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