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Essential Apple Podcast 292: AI image search with CYME The Essential Apple Podcast

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This week Simon and Nick are joined by Mattieu Kopp co-founder and CTO of CYME.io, makers of Avalanche (a tool for migrating photo libraries from App to App), plus Peakto, Find My Snaps, and since we recorded this Peakto for Lightroom, which are amazing AI/ML powered tools for searching and organising your photos in clever and interesting ways. After discussing that they all take a wander through some of the news from the week, including an M series chip flaw and a medical world’s first.

MISSION TO SEAFARERS APPEAL

The Mission to Seafarers is looking for donations of old, but working, smartphones and internet capable tablets to give seafarers far from home a way to talk to friends and family
If you have any old smartphones or tablets cluttering your cupboard and drawers why not donate them to this worthy cause? If you are in the UK contact Rev. Andrew Dotchin Vicar@felixparish.com or your nearest Mission to Seafarers Centre, or if you live outside the UK and would like to help, simply visit missiontoseafarers.org and make a donation.

Why not come and join the Slack community? You can now just click on this Slackroom Link to sign up and join in the chatter!

Recorded 10th March 2024


On this week's show
NICK RILEY

Spligosh in the Slack
Sutton Park Circuit church worship on YouTube
Nick’s church stream videos on You Tube

MATTHIEU KOPP

Links to all their product info, socials and blog at CYME.io

APPLE

United States v. Apple (Complaint) – Hardcore Software
U.S. versus Apple: A first reaction – Six Colors
Various comments by John Gruber – Daring Fireball


Here's why Apple is negotiating with Google on AI partnership – iMore
Apple 'accidentally' updates every AirTag in the world at the same time – iMore
Entertainment expert claims "nobody's watching Apple TV Plus" – [iMore]
What's a Steve Jobs signed business card worth? How about $181,183 – 9to5Mac

TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

Pig kidney transplanted into living person for first time – CNN
Watch This Humanoid Robot Talk and Complete Tasks Thanks to OpenAI Tech – PC Mag

SECURITY & PRIVACY

Vulnerability found in Apples Silicon M-series chips – and it cant be fixed – Mashable
There’s a vulnerability in Apple’s Mac chips –and the fix might be as bad as the flaw – MSN
Unpatchable vulnerability discovered in Apple M1, M2 and M3 chips – Tom’s Guide



JUST A SNIPPET
For things that are not worth more than a flypast


Check Out This Functional 3D Printed Macintosh – MacRumors


Essential Apple Recommended Services:

All Things Secured – Online security made simple by Josh Summers.
Pixel Privacy – a fabulous resource full of excellent articles and advice on how to protect yourself online.
Doug.ee Blog for Andy J’s security tips.
Ghostery – protect yourself from trackers, scripts and ads while browsing.
Simple Login – Email anonymisation and disposable emails for login/registering with
33mail.com – Never give out your real email address online again.
AnonAddy – Disposable email addresses
Sudo – get up to 9 “avatars” with email addresses, phone numbers and more to mask your online identity. Free for the first year and priced from $0.99 US / £2.50 UK per month thereafter... You get to keep 2 free avatars though.
ProtonMail – end to end encrypted, open source, based in Switzerland. Prices start from FREE... what more can you ask?
ProtonVPN – a VPN to go with it perhaps? Prices also starting from nothing!
Comparitech DNS Leak Test – simple to use and understand VPN leak test.
Fake Name Generator – so much more than names! Create whole identities (for free) with all the information you could ever need.
Wire and on the App Stores – free for personal use, open source and end to end encryted messenger and VoIP.
Pinecast – a fabulous podcast hosting service with costs that start from nothing.

Essential Apple is not affiliated with or paid to promote any of these services... We recommend services that we use ourselves

This week Simon and Nick are joined by Mattieu Kopp co-founder and CTO of CYME.io, makers of Avalanche (a tool for migrating photo libraries from App to App), plus Peakto, Find My Snaps, and since we recorded this Peakto for Lightroom, which are amazing AI/ML powered tools for searching and organising your photos in clever and interesting ways. After discussing that they all take a wander through some of the news from the week, including an M series chip flaw and a medical world’s first.

MISSION TO SEAFARERS APPEAL

The Mission to Seafarers is looking for donations of old, but working, smartphones and internet capable tablets to give seafarers far from home a way to talk to friends and family
If you have any old smartphones or tablets cluttering your cupboard and drawers why not donate them to this worthy cause? If you are in the UK contact Rev. Andrew Dotchin Vicar@felixparish.com or your nearest Mission to Seafarers Centre, or if you live outside the UK and would like to help, simply visit missiontoseafarers.org and make a donation.

Why not come and join the Slack community? You can now just click on this Slackroom Link to sign up and join in the chatter!

Recorded 10th March 2024


On this week's show
NICK RILEY

Spligosh in the Slack
Sutton Park Circuit church worship on YouTube
Nick’s church stream videos on You Tube

MATTHIEU KOPP

Links to all their product info, socials and blog at CYME.io

APPLE

United States v. Apple (Complaint) – Hardcore Software
U.S. versus Apple: A first reaction – Six Colors
Various comments by John Gruber – Daring Fireball


Here's why Apple is negotiating with Google on AI partnership – iMore
Apple 'accidentally' updates every AirTag in the world at the same time – iMore
Entertainment expert claims "nobody's watching Apple TV Plus" – [iMore]
What's a Steve Jobs signed business card worth? How about $181,183 – 9to5Mac

TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

Pig kidney transplanted into living person for first time – CNN
Watch This Humanoid Robot Talk and Complete Tasks Thanks to OpenAI Tech – PC Mag

SECURITY & PRIVACY

Vulnerability found in Apples Silicon M-series chips – and it cant be fixed – Mashable
There’s a vulnerability in Apple’s Mac chips –and the fix might be as bad as the flaw – MSN
Unpatchable vulnerability discovered in Apple M1, M2 and M3 chips – Tom’s Guide



JUST A SNIPPET
For things that are not worth more than a flypast


Check Out This Functional 3D Printed Macintosh – MacRumors


Essential Apple Recommended Services:

All Things Secured – Online security made simple by Josh Summers.
Pixel Privacy – a fabulous resource full of excellent articles and advice on how to protect yourself online.
Doug.ee Blog for Andy J’s security tips.
Ghostery – protect yourself from trackers, scripts and ads while browsing.
Simple Login – Email anonymisation and disposable emails for login/registering with
33mail.com – Never give out your real email address online again.
AnonAddy – Disposable email addresses
Sudo – get up to 9 “avatars” with email addresses, phone numbers and more to mask your online identity. Free for the first year and priced from $0.99 US / £2.50 UK per month thereafter... You get to keep 2 free avatars though.
ProtonMail – end to end encrypted, open source, based in Switzerland. Prices start from FREE... what more can you ask?
ProtonVPN – a VPN to go with it perhaps? Prices also starting from nothing!
Comparitech DNS Leak Test – simple to use and understand VPN leak test.
Fake Name Generator – so much more than names! Create whole identities (for free) with all the information you could ever need.
Wire and on the App Stores – free for personal use, open source and end to end encryted messenger and VoIP.
Pinecast – a fabulous podcast hosting service with costs that start from nothing.

Essential Apple is not affiliated with or paid to promote any of these services... We recommend services that we use ourselves

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