Serrano Pedro

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How To Write Your Very First Powerful Artificial Intelligence /s

Such clever, many intelligent, very human.<p>I know, you’re insanely busy so let’s keep this tutorial short and neat.<p>What the hell is machine …

6 More Mysterious Radio Signals Have Been Detected Coming From Outside Our Galaxy

They're all coming from the one place.<p>Back in March, scientists detected 10 powerful bursts of radio signals coming from the same location in space. …

Google's AI created its own form of encryption

Researchers from the Google Brain deep learning project have already taught AI systems to make trippy works of art, but now they're moving on to something potentially darker: AI-generated, human-independent encryption. According to a new research paper, Googlers Martín Abadi and David G. Andersen …

Associated Press News

The ExoMars spacecraft’s crash landing may have been caused by a computer glitch

Europe and Russia’s ExoMars lander may have suffered a computer glitch during its descent to Mars last week, ultimately causing it to crash-land into the planet’s surface, <i>Nature</i> reports. As the lander fell, the mysterious software bug may have caused the vehicle to think it was closer to the ground …

And Now Here's a Spooky Hubble Space Picture Just in Time for Halloween

The Hubble space telescope has captured an image of the stunning yet spooky Red Spider Nebula. This two-lobed nebula is located in the constellation …

Google's redefined privacy policy lets ads follow you everywhere

In 2007, Google bought online advertising network Doubleclick with the assurance that they would prioritize user privacy as they developed new ad products. They've kept that promise, dividing their massive database of web browsing data from the personal info collected from Gmail and other parts of …

Massive cyberattack turned ordinary devices into weapons

A cyberattack that took down large swaths of the internet around the world on Friday was carried out, in part, by unsuspecting devices connected to the internet.<p>Security firm Flashpoint said it believes that digital video recorders and webcams in people's homes were taken over by malware and then, …

Cybersecurity

Facebook finally acknowledges that some newsworthy content is NSFW

Facebook has finally caved in on its censorship of NSFW content, even when it is incontrovertibly newsworthy and significant. Facebook has announced it will begin showing content on its site even if it breaks the rules as long as it is “significant” or “important”.<p>Moving forward, Facebook will work …

Google Pixel XL's modular components can be easily replaced

iFixit gave Google's Pixel XL a middling repairability score of 6 out of 10 partly because its display was poorly assembled. Still, the team found a lot of modular components that can be easily replaced when they cracked Mountain View's new flagship open. They also noted that HTC acted as the …

Dutch technology to protect internet devices from hacking

How can we protect electronic devices from hacking? Estimates suggest 50 billion will be connected to the internet by 2020.<p>Researchers at Dutch SME Intrinsic-ID in the city of Eindhoven are aiming to embed electronic chips containing a unique identifier into every device connected to the net.<p>“What …

The ExoMars spacecraft will separate this morning, to prepare for a harrowing Mars landing

Space

En realidad hay diez veces más galaxias de las que creíamos

Por lo menos hay <b>10 veces más galaxias</b> en el universo observable de lo que se pensaba, según la opinión de un equipo de astrónomos que ha analizado un …

Google internet balloon uses AI to stay in place for weeks

When Google first introduced Project Loon, its internet balloons used static algorithms to change altitude and stay in position. While clever, they were limited -- Google couldn't do much to adapt to unexpected weather patterns, which are quite common tens of thousands of feet in the air. Flash …

The genius who grows tiny brains in a lab

Our brains are complex organic computers – some believe the most complicated in the Universe. Yet one scientist has managed to create mini brains that mimic how our minds work.<p>Deep in a lab in Cambridge, England, you will find see an extraordinary thing: tiny, exact replicas of the human brain …

Personal Organizing

How to Encrypt Your Cloud Files

Moving your secure documents and files into Cloud storage can feel risky. Encrypt your cloud storage to maintain proper security.

Cloud Computing

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ISPs

How 1 Technology Could Generate $71 Billion and Stop Terror Attacks

In the wake of the September 19 New York and New Jersey bombings, there is more pressure on the $71 billion video surveillance industry to prevent such incidents than to help catch the perpetrators after the act.<p>Could the bombing, which injured 29 people, be prevented? Law enforcement was quick to …

Is NASA about to reveal that it has found alien life on Jupiter’s moon?

For decades, radio telescopes have scanned the skies – but could extraterrestrial life be lurking a little closer to home?<p>NASA has just released a …

AT&T's Project AirGig is the insane future of ultra-fast mobile (and fixed) networks

Today, AT&T issued a press release regarding an upcoming network technology initiative. Normally, this would be about as exciting as chewing on wood …

The Future of Work: It’s Already Here… And Not As Scary As You Think

I recently had the opportunity to speak at the Singularity University Summit in San Francisco on The Future of Work. After months of research on the …

Human Resources