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Where Should Information Go to Be Safe?
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Where Should Information Go to Be Safe?

Enterprise data is safest in the cloud and in the 'fog', according to one expert

Donald Knuth: The Father of Algorithm Analysis
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Donald Knuth: The Father of Algorithm Analysis

Turing Award winner talks programming, algorithms, the meaning of life, and more

Battery Pioneer Akira Yoshino Talks Tesla, Apple, and the Electric Future
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Battery Pioneer Akira Yoshino Talks Tesla, Apple, and the Electric Future

2019 Nobel Prize winner discusses the prospect of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles and autonomous electric vehicles that charge themselves

How Open Source Software Shapes AI Policy
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How Open Source Software Shapes AI Policy

And why it is largely absent from policy discussions on artificial intelligence

Did DeepMind Just Take a Big Step Toward More Human-Like AI?
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Did DeepMind Just Take a Big Step Toward More Human-Like AI?

DeepMind researchers have created software agents that navigate a three-dimensional game world called XLand, where the agents learn from experience, by trial and...

Can We Handle the Truth about Cybersecurity?
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Can We Handle the Truth about Cybersecurity?

Standardizing disclosure rules while ensuring transparency can strengthen our total cybersecurity landscape

Governments and Businesses Must Unite to Combat Ransomware Threat
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Governments and Businesses Must Unite to Combat Ransomware Threat

Cybersecurity expert says nations must stop sheltering bad actors in order to thwart threats and attacks

Tesla's Dojo Is Impressive, but It Won't Transform Supercomputing
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Tesla's Dojo Is Impressive, but It Won't Transform Supercomputing

Dojo's reported performance numbers and niche application place it outside the ranks of true supercomputers

Why Common Sense Is Hard for Computers
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Why Common Sense Is Hard for Computers

Recent efforts have recognized machine common sense as a moonshot AI problem of our times

Linux Turns 30: From Bedroom Project to Billions of Devices
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Linux Turns 30: From Bedroom Project to Billions of Devices

Linux fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman talks about world domination, what was, and what may be for the kernel

Now Is the Time to Prepare for the Quantum Computing Revolution
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Now Is the Time to Prepare for the Quantum Computing Revolution

Quantum computing is likely five to 10 years away, says one expert, but waiting until it happens will put your organization behind.

Protecting the Global Internet from Technology Cold Wars
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Protecting the Global Internet from Technology Cold Wars

Considering the perceived dangers of the global information flow.

Now That Machines Can Learn, Can They Unlearn?
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Now That Machines Can Learn, Can They Unlearn?

Researchers are testing whether they can remove sensitive data without retraining AI systems from scratch

Deloitte's Quantum Computing Leader on the Technology's Healthcare Future
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Deloitte's Quantum Computing Leader on the Technology's Healthcare Future

Scott Buchholz believes it will improve healthcare analytics, disease tracking and diagnosis, supply chains, drug discovery, and more

Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble
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Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble

The mania for cryptocurrency could wind up building something much more important than wealth

Why One of Ethereum's Cofounders Is Walking Away from Crypto
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Why One of Ethereum's Cofounders Is Walking Away from Crypto

Anthony Di Iorio discusses his exit, the trends behind crypto's rise, risk, security, and changes coming to Ethereum

L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing
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L. Peter Deutsch on the Fallacies of Distributed Computing

How relevant are the fallacies today?

Low-Code Development Could Boost AI Adoption
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Low-Code Development Could Boost AI Adoption

Artificial intelligence is hard, but low-code options might make it much easier

Let the Linux Kernel Rust
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Let the Linux Kernel Rust

Rust is creeping into the Linux kernel, which could mean a very important step forward in terms of security.

The Privacy Battle that Apple Isn't Fighting
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The Privacy Battle that Apple Isn't Fighting

California has begun enforcing a browser-level privacy setting, but you still can't find that option in Safari or iOS
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