Tuesday, 21 February 2017  
China territory to track cars by satellite


A prefecture in China's far western Xinjiang region is requiring all vehicles to install a real-time GPS-like tracking system as part of an anti-terror initiative.

Source: www.news.com.au
Canadian troops in Iraq mount pressure on ISIS around Syrian border


Canadian special forces have shifted their operations in northern Iraq to put pressure on ISIS in places outside the strategic city of Mosul - including along the border with Syria.

Source: globalnews.ca
�Thousands of homes flooded in Jakarta
�Jazz fusion pioneer Larry Coryell dies
�Premature baby hippo gets lifesaving IV
�Police say newly freed gang member killed California officer answering traffic call
�Eric Church cancels 25,000 scalped tickets
ďż˝Donald Trump’s old tweets about Barack Obama prove ironic again
ďż˝Publisher cancels alt-right blogger’s book
�Bitter Erceg to retire from Football Ferns
U.S. conservatives cancel invitation for firebrand commentator


A leading U.S. conservative conference rescinded its invitation to provocative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos and a publisher canceled his book deal on Monday after old internet videos of him recirculated in which he discusses pedophilia.

Source: feeds.reuters.com
Uber hires ex-U.S. Attorney General Holder to probe sexual harassment


Uber Technologies Inc has hired former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to conduct a review of sexual harassment claims at the ride-hailing service made by a former employee.

Source: feeds.reuters.com
�Trump administration drafts plan to raise asylum bar, speed deportations
�Refugee claimants from U.S. strain Canada's border resources
�Back on the campaign trail already, Trump touts promises kept
�General known for sharp questions will be Trump's new top security adviser
�Trump names general as new national security adviser
�California police officer shot dead while investigating car accident
�Anti-Trump protesters stage 'Not My President's Day' rallies
�Trump weighs security adviser options; Pence 'disappointed' by Flynn
Could IBM's Watson Fix President Trump?


President Trump offers a good emulation for a future artificial intelligence system, suggests a column I read earlier this month, and his presidency may be an early warning of what could happen if we should fail to think through its training and information sources. Cathy O'Neil, the author of the piece, compares artificial intelligence to human intelligence that is mostly id.

Source: www.technewsworld.com
�Asus Tinker Board Joins Raspberry Pi on the Bargain Table
�China Aims to Wash VPNs Out of Its Hair
�Tech Industry Reacts to Trump's Immigration Order
�LG G6 Smartphone to Feature Dual-Use FullVision Display
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