11.04.18 Darknet and Cybercrime Roundup

Model ‘Periodically’ Used Ketamine Prior to Alleged Kidnapping Chloe Ayling was the world to think a group of men kidnapped her to auction her off through a human trafficking group on the darknet. But over time, her story grew less and less believable. At the…

Model ‘Periodically’ Used Ketamine Prior to Alleged Kidnapping

The ‘Instagram model’ who claimed a non-existent criminal group kidnapped her for a darknet auction periodically used ketamine for at least two months prior to the alleged kidnapping. Chloe Ayling, the 20-year-old alleged abductee, told Italian authorities that two men had drugged her and held…

Will Artificial Intelligence Spell the End for Customer Service Jobs?

… technology conglomerate, Alibaba, developed an artificial intelligence model that beat the humans … programs, like Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Tencent and Salesforce, came close … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Will Artificial Intelligence Spell the End for Customer Service Jobs?

Apple, IBM And Selling Artificial Intelligence To The Public

Apple Macintosh computer, model M001, with keyboard and mouse, 1984 (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images) A number of this week’s milestones in the history of technology showcase two prominent computer industry showmen, Steve Jobs and Thomas Watson Sr., their respective companies, Apple and IBM, and how…

3.1.18 Dark Web and Cybercrime Roundup

Suspect Calls ‘Black Death’ Kidnapping a Publicity Stunt The story of the self-proclaimed model who cried “Black Death Group” refuses to stop making headlines. This time, Chloe Ayling’s alleged kidnapper—who slept beside her and went shoe shopping with her—claimed that she had invented the entire…