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Andy Greenberg / Wired:
Study: Apple may be overselling its differential privacy protections, which add noise to a user's info before it's sent to iCloud; Apple disputes the findings   —  FOR THE LAST year, Apple has touted a mathematical tool that it describes as a solution to a paradoxical problem: mining user data …
Sep 18, 2017, 6:50 AMIn context
Steven Levy / Wired:
Profile of CTRL-Labs and its Brain-Machine Interface, currently in the form of an armband that lets people type without a keyboard   —  Thomas Reardon puts a terrycloth stretch band with microchips and electrodes woven into the fabric—a steampunk version of jewelry—on each of his forearms.
Sep 13, 2017, 7:05 PMIn context
Tom Simonite / Wired:
Vladimir Putin says the nation leading in artificial intelligence will rule the world as Russia, China, and the US compete for the best AI tech   —  FOR MANY RUSSIAN students, the academic year started last Friday with tips on planetary domination from President Vladimir Putin.
Sep 11, 2017, 8:55 AMIn context
Lily Hay Newman / Wired:
Equifax breach exposes the problems with using social security numbers as a unique identifiers in the digital age   —  ONE OF THE most shocking things about Thursday's announcement of the Equifax data breach is the sheer scale of the numbers involved.  Particularly the Social Security numbers.
Sep 9, 2017, 5:05 PMIn context
Tom Simonite / Wired:
Google begins rollout of new Street View cameras, the first in eight years, with higher image quality that can be used to better map physical stores, more   —  STEVE SILVERMAN HELPED build cameras for two NASA rovers that went to Mars.  In the less exotic landscape of a Google parking lot …
Sep 6, 2017, 12:20 AMIn context
Andy Greenberg / Wired:
Profile of Aaron Cashatt, who used a known bug discovered by researchers in 2012 and $50 in hardware to compromise hotel room locks and commit 75+ robberies   —  ON A WARM Phoenix night five years ago, Aaron Cashatt walked down the red-carpeted hall of the second floor of a Marriott hotel …
Aug 31, 2017, 6:40 AMIn context
Lily Hay Newman / Wired:
Microsoft's Lee Holmes on the company's recent efforts to bolster security of the PowerShell framework, which has long been a high-profile target for hackers   —  THE TRICKBOT MALWARE that targets bank customers.  Password harvesters like Mimikatz.  “Fileless malware” attacks.
Aug 26, 2017, 5:20 PMIn context
Miranda Katz / Wired:
Inside Daemo, which aims to become a more equitable Mechanical Turk-like platform, ahead of its public launch, which is expected within weeks   —  When Manish Bhatia began working on Amazon Mechanical Turk as a side gig in 2010, he was surprised to find himself completely fascinated by the work.
Aug 24, 2017, 12:20 AMIn context
Jessi Hempel / Wired:
Baidu COO Qi Lu on company's and China's AI ambitions, Baidu's DuerOS natural language-based AI platform, why Alexa ecosystem is ahead of rivals in US, more   —  A company can have the best technology in the world.  It can have the strongest talent.  It can have the coolest product ideas.
Aug 12, 2017, 8:40 PMIn context
Andy Greenberg / Wired:
Researchers show how malware encoded into physical strands of DNA can be used to infect computers running gene-sequencing software   —  WHEN BIOLOGISTS SYNTHESIZE DNA, they take pains not to create or spread a dangerous stretch of genetic code that could be used to create a toxin or, worse, an infectious disease.
Aug 11, 2017, 11:05 AMIn context

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