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Two Is Better Than One: LG Starts Production of 13-inch Tandem OLED Display for Laptops

OLED panels have a number of advantages, including deep blacks, fast response times, and energy efficiency; most of these stemming from the fact that they do not need backlighting. However they also have drawbacks, as well, as trying to drive them to be as bright as a high-tier LCD will quickly wear out the organic…

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Post Office expert IT witness Gareth Jenkins resigns BCS membership

The IT expert at the centre of the Post Office Horizon scandal has resigned as a member of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, after he was informed the professional association could investigate his part in the widest miscarriage of justice in history. Gareth Jenkins, who was chief architect at Fujitsu and acted as an…

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Metropolitan Police could investigate one of its own staff in Post Office probe

A former Post Office investigator who deleted information from an expert IT witness statement during the wrongful prosecution of a subpostmaster faces being investigated by his current employer, the Metropolitan Police, as part of its Post Office scandal probe. Last week, the Post Office scandal public inquiry was shown evidence for the second time that …

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Sellafield pleads guilty to criminal charges over cyber security

The Sellafield nuclear waste site has pleaded guilty to criminal charges brought by the industry regulator, admitting to significant cyber security failings over a four-year period that put sensitive information at risk. Lawyers acting for the state-owned Sellafield Ltd – which is working on behalf of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) to manage the Sellafield…

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Researchers made an algorithm that can tell when AI is hallucinating

Despite how impressive AI like ChatGPT, Claude, and even Gemini might be, these large language models all have one big problem in common: they hallucinate a lot. This is a big problem in the AI world, and even Apple is worried about how it’ll handle hallucinations in the future with Apple Intelligence. Luckily, a group…

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ICO police cloud guidance released under FOI

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has provided Police Scotland with advice on how to make its cloud deployments adhere with police-specific data protection laws, but notes that the guidance “does not constitute approval for the roll-out or assurance of compliance”. Released by the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) under freedom of information (FOI), the advice sent…

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Sellafield whistleblower ordered to pay costs after email tampering claims

Alison McDermott, an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion expert, has been ordered to pay £5,000 following a whistleblowing claim she brought against Sellafield, a former HR director at the Cumbrian nuclear complex and regulatory body the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). A tribunal has found that McDermott “acted unreasonably in the way these proceedings were conducted by…

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Post Office and Fujitsu had tense relationship, but were joined at hip when protecting their brands

The Post Office’s relationship with IT supplier Fujitsu was “tense” in 2010 amid major problems rolling out the online version of the controversial Horizon computer system used in branches, the public inquiry has been told. The tensions mirrored those between the two organisations when legacy Horizon was first rolled out in 2000, which even saw…

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Sir Alan Bates hits out at Post Office ‘incompetence’ after data breach

Campaigner Sir Alan Bates has hit out at the “utter incompetence” of Post Office bosses after he learned that a document containing the names and addresses of victims of the scandal was published on the Post Office website. The document, titled “Confidential Settlement Deed,” was discovered by journalist Nick Wallis, and has since been removed…

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Bupa turns to data to provide personalised health services

Private healthcare company Bupa, which provides health and insurance services to 7.2 million people in Australia and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, is rolling out technology to allow it to communicate with its customers in a personalised way, through email, mobile phones, the web and call centres. Over the past four years, the non-profit organisation has…

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