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A Tiny New Chip Could Secure the Next Generation of Iot
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A Tiny New Chip Could Secure the Next Generation of Iot

The Internet of Things security crisis persists, as billions of inadequately secured webcams, refrigerators, and more flood homes around the world.

Google, Amazon Find Not Everyone Is Ready For AI
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Google, Amazon Find Not Everyone Is Ready For AI

Executives at ascendant tech titans like Amazon and Google tend to look down on their predecessor IBM.

Want to Really Teach a Robot? Command It with Vr
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Want to Really Teach a Robot? Command It with Vr

Do me a favor and grab and object near you. Anything will do.

Solve These Tough Data Problems and Watch Job Offers Roll In
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Solve These Tough Data Problems and Watch Job Offers Roll In

Late in 2015, Gilberto Titericz, an electrical engineer at Brazil's state oil company Petrobras, told his boss he planned to resign, after seven years maintaining...

Virtual Therapists Help Veterans Open Up About Ptsd
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Virtual Therapists Help Veterans Open Up About Ptsd

When US troops return home from a tour of duty, each person finds their own way to resume their daily lives.

The Nsa Officially Has a Rogue Contractor Problem
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The Nsa Officially Has a Rogue Contractor Problem

The NSA is one of the world's most notoriously secretive and powerful government agencies, guarding its powerful hacking tools and massive caches of collected data...

This 'ghost Gun' Machine Now Makes ­ntraceable Metal Handguns
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This 'ghost Gun' Machine Now Makes ­ntraceable Metal Handguns

For the past five years, Cody Wilson has applied every possible advance in digital manufacturing technology to the mission of undermining government attempts at...

The Iphone Didn't Emerge from Nothing. Here's What Came Before It
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The Iphone Didn't Emerge from Nothing. Here's What Came Before It

On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs stood on the MacWorld stage in his jeans and a black turtleneck.

God Is a Bot, and Anthony Levandowski Is His Messenger
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God Is a Bot, and Anthony Levandowski Is His Messenger

Many people in Silicon Valley believe in the Singularity—the day in our near future when computers will surpass humans in intelligence and kick off a feedback loop...

I Helped Create Facebook's Ad Machine. Here's How I'd Fix It
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I Helped Create Facebook's Ad Machine. Here's How I'd Fix It

This month, two magnificently embarrassing public-relations disasters rocked the Facebook money machine like nothing else in its history.

Live the Maddening Life of a Traffic Engineer with a $3 Game
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Live the Maddening Life of a Traffic Engineer with a $3 Game

The air sings with four-letter words. The iPad sits stoic as fingers poke, jab, and prod at its screen.

What I Learned at Gerrymandering Summer Camp
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What I Learned at Gerrymandering Summer Camp

At 6'5", Aaron Dennis towers over the whiteboard beside him.

Everyone Thinks That Automation Will Take Our Jobs. The Evidence Disagrees
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Everyone Thinks That Automation Will Take Our Jobs. The Evidence Disagrees

Last year, the Japanese company SoftBank opened a cell phone store in Tokyo and staffed it entirely with sales associates named Pepper. This wasn't as hard as it...

Defense Secretary James Mattis Envies Silicon Valley's AI Ascent
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Defense Secretary James Mattis Envies Silicon Valley's AI Ascent

Defense Secretary James Mattis has a lot on his mind these days. North Korea, obviously. China's expanding claims on the South China sea. Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria...

Andrew Ng Spreads the Gospel of AI With a New Online School
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Andrew Ng Spreads the Gospel of AI With a New Online School

Andrew Ng is a soft-spoken AI researcher whose online postings talk loudly.

To Fix Voting Machines, Hackers Tear Them Apart
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To Fix Voting Machines, Hackers Tear Them Apart

The toughest thing to convey to newcomers at the DefCon Voting Village in Las Vegas this weekend? Just how far they could go with hacking voting machines set up...

The College Course Where the Military Assigns the Homework
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The College Course Where the Military Assigns the Homework

This spring, as part of their coursework, four Stanford University students found themselves in Coronado, California, doing pushups on the beach and charging into...

The Rise of AI Is Forcing Google and Microsoft to Become Chipmakers
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The Rise of AI Is Forcing Google and Microsoft to Become Chipmakers

By now our future is clear: We are to be cared for, entertained, and monetized by artificial intelligence.

Watson Won Jeopardy, But Is It Smart Enough to Spin Big Blue's AI Into Green?
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Watson Won Jeopardy, But Is It Smart Enough to Spin Big Blue's AI Into Green?

In retrospect, there was much more at stake than a mere $1 million when IBM's Watson computer faced off against two Jeopardy! champions back in 2011.

AI and 'enormous Data' Could Make Tech Giants Harder to Topple
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AI and 'enormous Data' Could Make Tech Giants Harder to Topple

Another week, another record-breaking AI research study released by Google—this time with results that are a reminder of a crucial business dynamic of the current...
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