If history is any indication, it will probably take more catastrophes to inspire any meaningful progress to be made on IoT device security.
Two critical vulnerabilities have been discovered in Intel, AMD, and ARM processors that date back over two decades. Virtually all PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones are affected.
In case you’ve been worried about the imminent takeover of self-aware robots who calculate our inevitable extinction, there’s some good news: At this point, they can be foiled by a Grateful Dead sticker.
This time of year, scenes of a messiah in a manger are everywhere. But that was so 1 A.D.
While we will probably always deck the halls, prepare special holiday foods, and exchange gifts, advanced technologies such as AI and 3D printing are going to change the way we experience Christmas.
On this Veteran’s Day, it is encouraging to know we’re finding new ways to better help those who gave so much for us all.
Something that costs less for everybody, increases our quality of life, and is better for the environment will likely triumph over an older, more expensive, dirtier, and more stressful way of doing things.
Could AI do to law what Uber did to taxis?
While telemedicine has been advancing technologically and growing increasingly popular over the last decade, outdated state-based regulations have impeded the technology’s potential.
AI is currently being deployed to assist the modern anti-slavery movement.