If like most of us, you have a gazillion user names and passwords that need remembering, refreshing and securing, then any efforts on the part of the tech industry to make our password-protected lives a little easier is no doubt welcome.
Amazon and MasterCard are testing the technology with Amazon reportedly applying for a patent. The tech knows it’s you by measuring your blink response, in this way you can’t simply send a image.
Other new methods of payment were unveiled at London’s Technology Week, including ceramic payment rings.
The Machine Learning Conference (MLconf) began in 2012, as a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s GraphLab team, to gather the thought leaders in Machine Learning, specifically Graph Databases. In 2013, MLconf became a separate event, devoted to the Machine Learning and Data Science community in San Francisco, agnostic of any tool, platform or company. MLconf events host speakers from various industries, research and universities to discuss recent research and application of Machine Learning methodologies and practices. In 2014, MLconf entered NYC and Atlanta, as well as San Francisco. MLconf has grown to host conferences in NYC, Atlanta, Seattle and San Francisco, with plans to enter additional US cities.
Please feel free to peruse our homepage to see past presentations and get feel for our event. Some past speakers include: Corinna Cortes, Head of Research at Google, Quoc Le, Software Engineer, Google, Xavier Amatriain, VP of Engineering, Quora and Pedro Domingos, Professor at the University of Washington.
2016 Summer youth internship program – Intern provider orientation session. Orientation will include a review of the Internship Provide Handbook, rules and procedures of the Summer Youth Internship Program.
Two dates, two locations:
Wednesday, June 22, South Florida Education Federal Credit Union, Kendall Branch North Building, 7780 SW 117th Ave., Miami FL 33183
Thursday, June 23, Miami Dade College – Wolfson Campus, Building 3, Room 3208, 300 NE 3nd Ave., Miami FL 33132
The CIO Council of South Florida recently awarded its 9th Scholarship to a very worthy Broward Country student. The award, 1 of 3 presented that evening by the CIO Council, was awarded during the Broward Education Foundation Scholarship Awards Ceremony held on June 15 at the Miniaci Performing Arts Center.
Representing the CIO Council were, Council President Charles Grau, Team Lead, Scholarships and long time CIO Council member Joe Robens and Council Marketing director Steve Earle of E2Marketing.
The CIO Council is currently involved with MDCPS, BCPS and is working toward offering scholarships in Palm Beach Count during 2017.