Wall Street Access Asset Management Llc increased its stake in Facebook Inc Cl A (FB) by 64.18% based on its latest 2018Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Wall Street Access Asset Management Llc bought 2,910 shares as the company's stock declined 13.60% with the market. The hedge fund held 7,444 shares of the technology company at the end of 2018Q3, valued at $1.22 million, up from 4,534 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Wall Street Access Asset Management Llc who had been investing in Facebook Inc Cl A for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $431.18B market cap company. The stock increased 1.17% or $1.74 during the last trading session, reaching $150.04. About 31.03 million shares traded or 18.68% up from the average. Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has declined 21.26% since January 20, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 21.26% the S&P500. Some Historical FB News: 02/05/2018 - IRISH JUDGE SAYS WON'T DELAY REFERRAL OF FACEBOOK CASE TO ECJ; 08/05/2018 -
Biased training datasets and homogeneous workforces are contributing factors to AI bias, but the far bigger driving force is the lack of economic incentive to minimize bias in the technologies that increasingly power our lives.
OTTAWA ? Canada?s tax agency has quietly tested a new way for Canadians to log in to their online accounts that should make it easier for Canadians to access government services while keeping would-be crooks out.
Amazon.com Inc., Google?s YouTube and Netflix Inc. were among eight firms targeted by a series of privacy complaints accusing them of failing to fully answer user requests to access data, violating the European Union?s new data protection rules.
Ten GDPR complaints were filed by noyb against Amazon, Apple, DAZN, Spotify, SoundCloud, YouTube, Flimmit, Netflix with the Austrian Data Protection Authority for violations of Article 15, with a maximum penalty across all complaints of ?18.8 billion
The Central Coast once again reprised its role in the development of the global Internet of Things market Jan. 11, with the launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base of the final 10 in a constellation of communications satellites.
The bot, Libratus (the name translates as "balanced" from Latin), was designed by scientists from Carnegie Mellon University eager to test concepts for automated decision-making based on a game theory.
Technology has taken over in ways that were probably not anticipated. Forget about the drones, Artificial Intelligence and so on. Bringing it closer to home. Digital technology and the Internet of Things has made it possible for you to order for pizza at the comfort of your couch or even bed. You no longer need to go