The Belarusian publisher Wargaming leaves Russia and Belarus. Why the company chose this is unknown. Wargaming did not name a specific reason for the departure, but it is presumably related to the war in Ukraine.
Three universities have developed a new tool that predicts tail biting. Aggressive biting behaviour is automatically detected via cameras and analysed via smart algorithms. Preventive measures can then be used to intervene quickly and in a timely manner.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been hit by an advanced cyber attack. Hackers have seized data from more than 515,000 “extremely vulnerable people”. Some of them were fleeing conflicts, the organization reports on its website.
An American employee of TikTok drags parent company ByteDance to court. She would have mental health problems because she had to review shocking videos as a moderator, Bloomberg News Agency reports Friday.
Greenpeace considers the agreements made in Glasgow weak and weak, but considers it important that a signal has been given that the ‘fossil age’ is coming to an end. “And that’s important,” says Greenpeace energy specialist Dewi Zloch. “The sentence in the final declaration on reducing coal and abolishing subsidies for fossil fuels has been watered down, but it...
The € 2.4 billion fine imposed by the European Commission on Google in 2017 for abuse of power with its search engine remains in force. According to a European Court, the fine was rightly imposed by the commission.
Fornite maker Epic Games is protesting against postponing the implementation of the new App Store policy, the company says Friday. Apple wrote in a statement last week that following the court order is ” harmful to the company and its customers.” Epic doesn’t agree.
Facebook wants to create ten thousand new jobs in Europe over the next five years. It is the intention that these highly skilled employees will focus on virtual reality and augmented reality, the platform reports in a blog post.