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IBM Expands Its Cybersecurity Leadership Centers to 20 HBCUs: The Tech Jawn 53

The Windows 11 22H2 Update is out.  It’s the first major update of Windows 11 and we break down some of the new features and old features that Windows users should check out. The latest version of WhatsApp allows users to join calls by typing a link.  Call Links aims to make it easier for…

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Could Deep Fake Interviews Actually Help Some Folks Get Hired? The Tech Jawn 42

Google will, soon, start deleting visits to potentially sensitive locations like domestic violence shelters from users’ location histories. Search history, however, still remains. Scammers are using deep fakes to interview and get hired to remote jobs for nefarious reasons. We ponder if this tech, for some folks, could be used to get by the gatekeepers…

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No Dog Whistles In This Title: The Tech Jawn 41

Khaby Lame is now the biggest TikTok creator in the world with over 142.8 million followers. Even with all the positive stories of black women getting into I.T., the pay gap between white men and black women Is actually widening.  Eminent Future and it is black founder and president Isaac Barnes were recently awarded a…

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Interview With Florcy Morisset: The Tech Jawn 40

We’ve got a special Juneteenth edition of the Tech Jawn where this week, we are joined by serial entrepreneur, business consultant, and Web3 strategist, Florcy Morisset to talk to us about Web3 and what’s in it for us. But, before we get to the interview we talk about how only a couple of tech shows…

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Jay-Z and Jack Want You To Know Crypto: The Tech Jawn 39

Is Google’s artificially intelligent chatbot generator LaMDA showing signs of sentience?  Most likely not, but, AI, in general, is getting awfully good at fooling humans. Jack Dorsey and Jaz-Z are teaming up to launch a bitcoin-focused financial literacy program.  The Bitcoin Academy will launch in Brooklyn’s Marcy housing projects, have free in-person and online classes,…

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WWDC22 Recap And More: The Tech Jawn 38

Apple held its WWDC22 Keynote and we recap some of the new hardware and software coming out in the coming months. Tesla and about 50% of other companies want their employees back in the office 100% of the time, but, many employees are willing to change jobs and even careers to not have to go…

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The Best Of Episode: The Tech Jawn 37

Normally, The Tech Jawn crew records new episodes on Mondays, but, with the long Memorial Day weekend, we decided to take a little hiatus and will be back to you with a new episode next week.  We didn’t, however, want to just leave you with nothing to listen to so we chopped up a few…

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The Great Resignation Is Leading To Great Opportunities In IT: The Tech Jawn 36

Will Apple be found liable for the permanent hearing loss suffered by a 12-year-old boy wearing AirPods during an Amber Alert? Google does an about-face when it comes to allowing users to keep their free legacy G Suite Accounts.  It does make you jump through a few hoops though. The Great Resignation is real and…

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Google Is Doing The Work On Skin Tone Representation: The Tech Jawn 35

What legal and moral responsibilities do social media companies have to remove violent content from their platforms? Does Elon Musk really want to buy Twitter? The deal is currently on hold and public spats with the CEO have analysts wondering. USB-C may be coming to the iPhone 15 next year. And we dive into Google…

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A Mother’s Day Jawn: The Tech Jawn 34

AI used in a Northwestern study of police departments is showing that a small percentage of officers own a disproportionate share of the misconduct. The “Chip Shortage” is actually making the chip shortage worse because chip manufacturers can’t get the chips they need to make the chips we need. The Amazon union saga is far…

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