Seattle-based startup VICIS has designed a new helmet that can reduce the impact of blows to the head. Can it make football safer? From CNNMoney.
Yahoo announced Thursday that its network was hacked back in 2014, with the data of at least 500 million users stolen. This latest revelation -- which is linked to a "state-sponsored actor" -- is unsettling enough. But what could happen if an entire city like New York was hacked? That's the dramatic premise laid out in a recent magazine article. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Vinita Nair spoke with the writer. From CBS This Morning.
As more and more companies experiment with self-driving cars, new questions arise about how the vehicles should respond in certain situations. If someone runs into the middle of the street, should it swerve and kill the driver or keep going and kill the pedestrian? These are some difficult moral dilemmas, and so researchers at MIT have created a website called "Moral Machine" to let humans decide what the cars should do in various scenarios. From Tech Insider.
Yahoo is urging users to go online immediately and change their password and security questions, after a massive hack of accounts. Yahoo believes information associated with at least 500 million user accounts was stolen. The FBI is investigating what may be the biggest hack ever. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the breach. From CBS This Morning.
In the digital age, we have access to all the information that we could ever want. But that means there’s also a lot of misinformation out there. How do we know what’s true and what isn’t? That’s what Daniel Levitin attempts to teach readers of his new book, “A Field Guide to Lies.” Jeffrey Brown sits down with Levitin to learn how we can sift through the digital field of information. From the PBS NewsHour.
Donald Trump Jr. tweeted an image of Skittles along with anti-Syrian message, and many people are taking issue with it. From What's Trending.
Digital assistants, intelligent agents, chatbots; tech companies are racing to provide the slickest, most efficient AI companions. The FT's Richard Waters explores the different devices on offer, and the potential impact they could have on our lives. From the Financial Times.
In 1982, when it came to personal computers, IBM was the only game in town. That's until "Compaq Computer," a small Houston startup founded by three friends came along and proceeded to beat Big Blue at its own game. This story is chronicled in a new documentary, "Silicon Cowboys." It wowed audiences at this year's SXSW Film Festival in Austin and opened nationwide Friday. Compaq's co-founder and CEO Rod Canion and director Jason Cohen join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film and Compaq's influence in the computer industry. From CBS This Morning.
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