Google was found guilty of violating EU privacy regulations and fined €50 million

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) implemented by the European Union in May last year to protect the privacy of citizens of the European Union. On the first day of GDPR implementation, Google was immediately reported and allegedly violating the relevant regulations. After several months of investigation, there are finally results today. Google was found guilty of violating the rules and paying a fine of 50 million euros (about 450 million Hong Kong dollars).

Ping An Good Doctor Announced that the Login Success Rate of “Soundprint Lock” is close to 99%

Ping Health Medical Technology “Ping An Good Doctor” announced that it has jointly developed the “Soundprint Registration System” (referred to as “Soundprint Lock”) with “Unisound” (the domestic intelligent voice and language technology research and development company). After several modeling and upgrade, the “Soundprint Lock” has a login success rate of nearly 99%, which is in the leading position in the industry.

After 38 years, MIDI specification comes to a new generation, named MIDI 2.0

Association of Musical Electornics Industry in Japan and the MIDI Manufacturers Association in the United States announced that MIDI specifications will have a major update. The updated specification has been decided to be named “MIDI 2.0”. The new specifications will be as compatible as possible with existing MIDI machines. The MIDI 2.0 program is currently in the process of prototyping and will be prototype tested and tested for compatibility with existing machines at The 2019 NAMM Show, held in late January. Although there is no official timetable for the release, it is believed that the appearing of MIDI 2.0 will have a lot of impact on the electronic music industry.