IBM researchers have injected viruses with neural nets, making them stealthier and precisely targetable.
When you engage in recreational gambling, you are not simply playing against the odds, but also battling an enemy trained in the art of deceit and subterfuge.
Slot machines are designed to deceive. Here’s how.
There’s a lot of emphasis on cyber threats, but the government is increasingly vulnerable to gaps in supply-chain security.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence can help guard against cyberattacks, but hackers can foil security algorithms by targeting the data they train on and the warning flags they look for.
The device-agnostic policy applies to smartphones, tablets, fitness trackers, smartwatches and all other applications with geolocation features.
Absent a clear understanding of which military problems emergent technologies are required to solve, there is, perhaps, too much confidence in their ability to reshape the character of the next war by enabling decisive battlefield advantage. More troublingly, predictions about machine-dominated warfare risk obscuring the human cost implicit in the use of violence to achieve a political objective.
Amazon’s face surveillance technology is the target of growing opposition nationwide, and today, there are 28 more causes for concern. In a test the ACLU recently conducted of the facial recognition tool, called “Rekognition,” the software incorrectly matched 28 members of Congress, identifying them as other people who have been arrested for a crime.
The leak may include data on hundreds of millions of Americans, with hundreds of details for each, from demographics to personal interests.
Zimbabwe is signing up for China’s surveillance state, but its citizens will pay the price.
False news spreads online faster, farther, and deeper than truth does — but it can be contained. Here’s how.
Source: Truth, Disrupted