Some people might find it enough reason to worry; others, enough reason to be upbeat about what we can achieve in computer science; all await the next chapters in artificial intelligence to see what more a machine can do to mimic human intelligence.
In Sean Naylor’s new book Relentless Strike: The Secret History Of Joint Special Operations Command previously unknown details about the stealth Black Hawk helicopters that were used on Bin Laden raid in 2011 are discussed.
Federal judges express skepticism at ACLU argument that agency should not collect phone data during ‘transition’ period under new USA Freedom Act Judges who issued the harshest rebuke to the National Security Agency have expressed skepticism at a...
European Court of Justice decision has ‘changed face of data protection’ for internet companies claim experts by changing rules of one-stop-shop The European Court of Justice has ruled in favour of the Hungarian data protection authority in its...
More than a decade ago, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency helped develop a technology that ultimately was used by an independent laboratory to catch Volkswagen's elaborate cheating on car emissions tests.
Everyone who uses the internet should rejoice at the passing of this legal milestone, which will hurt the likes of Facebook and GoogleA staid European Union court in quiet Luxembourg has made waves in international waters by declaring that a data...
The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) student team, STORM Eindhoven, today presented its electric touring motorcycle. 'STORM Pulse' is the world's first long-distance electric motorcycle, up to 380 kilometers on a single charge.
Nineteen of the 28 EU member states have applied to keep genetically modified crops out of all or part of their territory, the bloc's executive arm said Sunday, the deadline for opting out of new European legislation on GM crops.
Edward Snowden may have garnered himself 1.3 million followers during his first week on Twitter , but even instant celebrities make rookie mistakes. Snowden’s? Forgetting to turn off email notifications.
When Jeff Wysaski of Obvious Plant puts up one of his creations, he does not stick around to see the reactions. When he’s on a job, leaving fake signs and objects in his gym, at IKEA, in book stores, in chain stores, on the street or at a museum, he tries to be sneaky. Once the deed is done, “I run away as fast as possible,” he says.
Since January, Wysaski, a Los Angeles comedy writer who runs the website Pleated Jeans, has been planting jokes in the real world. They are delightful breaks in the world’s mundanity, like the Donald Trump pamphlet at the doctor’s office...
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