DooID review – Macworld UK

DooID full review Billed as “your personal website and contact hub,” DooID provides both free and paid plans for putting your information online. The free version is limited (fewer themes and options), but the paid version costs only $36 per year, which is still significantly less expensive than hiring a Web designer. You have to…

Ahead review – Macworld UK

Ahead full review If you have to give presentations, it’s easy to get stuck in a Keynote or PowerPoint rut. These slide-based systems are boring, so it’s refreshing to find a tool that does it better. Ahead is an online service, with a desktop client that enables you to create sprawling, animated presentations without slides.…

New Framework Released to Protect Machine Learning Systems From Adversarial Attacks

Microsoft, in collaboration with MITRE, IBM, NVIDIA, and Bosch, has released a new open framework that aims to help security analysts detect, respond to, and remediate adversarial attacks against machine learning (ML) systems. Called the Adversarial ML Threat Matrix, the initiative is an attempt to organize the different techniques employed by malicious adversaries in subverting…

Gradient review – Macworld UK

Gradient full review Gradient is a cheap and cheerful program for creating CSS3 colour transitions. These can be used for page backgrounds, buttons and other block elements on your website. Web design has come a long way from the days when animated GIFs and blinking text were de rigueur. Developers have much more control over…

How to stop Google self-preferencing? Europe may not be the model

After a wide-ranging 16-month investigation, a congressional subcommittee examining dominance in the technology industry last week recommended more than two dozen updates to the U.S. antitrust system, including implementing nondiscrimination rules that would limit “preferential or discriminatory treatment” by dominant platforms. But such rules can be hard to enforce, experts said, and attempts by the…