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July 5, 2023

End-to-End Encryption, Canadian AI in Health and More

This Week In Tech, we talk about end-to-end encryption and how it works, Ford keeping AM radio on all 2024 models and how Canadian AI kick-starting new discoveries in health.
Written By: AlphaKOR


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E2E ENCRYPTION AND HOW IT WORKS

Should big tech be able to read people’s messages?

In the world of technology, one of the biggest debates is whether companies should have the ability to read people’s private messages. With the introduction of end-to-end encryption, this question has become even more pressing. Despite the criticism of this technology by most governments and security agencies, there are still concerns about privacy and data protection. However, the rise of social media and messaging apps has made it easier than ever before to share personal information with others, making it more important to ensure the safety and security of our digital conversations.

Read More: BBC News



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FORD KEEPING AM RADIO ON 2024 MODELS

All new Ford vehicles will still be able to enjoy AM radio

The company has reconsidered their previous decision to eliminate the band, following discussions with government policy leaders who emphasized the importance of maintaining emergency alerts that are frequently broadcasted on AM stations. This decision will provide peace of mind for drivers and ensure they stay informed during emergencies.


Read More: Windsor Star



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KICK-STARTING NEW DISCOVERIES IN HEALTH AND SCIENCE

This new tool has the potential to revolutionize the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.

A Toronto based company has utilized technology to improve a process that has been in place for years. With this new system in place, doctors can receive instant, accurate results without having to wait months between tests. The implications of this breakthrough are vast and can lead to faster and more effective treatments for Alzheimer’s patients.

Read More: Global News