John M. (Mike) McConnell says that technology alone isn't enough to secure corporate networks from pervasive and increasingly damaging cyberattacks.The Wall Street Journal From ACM Opinion | June 23, 2014
Over the weekend, the news broke that a "supercomputer" program called "Eugene Goostman"—an impersonation of a wisecracking, thirteen-year-old Ukranian boy—had...The New Yorker From ACM Opinion | June 10, 2014
Over the weekend, a group of programmers claimed they built a program that passed the famous Turing Test, in which a computer tries to trick judges into believing...Wired From ACM Opinion | June 9, 2014
Richard Clarke served as the nation's top counterterrorism official under presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush before resigning in 2003 in protest of the...Democracy Now! From ACM Opinion | June 9, 2014
Six years ago, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) decided that they had a new dream. The agency wanted a system that would overlay digital tactical...The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | May 29, 2014
Computing technology has generated conditions for radical transformations of jobs and professions — including education. How shall we cope?Peter J. Denning From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2014
Relying on dubious claims can cause researchers to focus on the wrong questions and organizations to misdirect security spending.
Dinei Florêncio, Cormac Herley, Adam Shostack From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2014