Quick rundown of things you may have missed last week:
While one university assisted FBI in performing attacks on the Tor network, others have reinforced its security. The role of universities in state surveillance has since become an open question.
“KiloCore’s“ numbers are impressive – 621 million transistors and 1.78 trillion operations per second. But what do they actually mean?
With organisations spanning multiple cities in multiple countries becoming the norm, what are the best ways to keep an efficient work flow?
Artificial Intelligence is becoming a real thing and it’s time to start framing the public debate into realistic concerns, according to Google.
Researchers are exploring a novel solution to heart disease – targeting clots in arteries with active molecule-carrying nanomissiles.
“Lawful and unlawful access – and who gets to say which is which? – are two sides of the same coin: the state’s desire for information about people.”
Facial recognition is gaining a lot of traction in security systems, but how do world’s best systems fare against larger datasets?