Some startups have worked out it’s cheaper and easier to get humans to behave like robots than it is to get machines to behave like humans.
In the past decade, it appears that social media represents a “killer app” to mold personal habits to make eager self-surveillance a new social norm.
Utrecht has become a tangle of individual pilots and projects, with no central overview of how many cameras and sensors exist, nor what they do.
Openness tends to erode the power of arbitrary power points in a system (i.e. gatekeepers), and in many cases that leads to a better outcome for society writ large.
Healthcare regulations oblige medical equipment vendors to focus on developing the next generation of technologies rather than addressing current cybersecurity issues. Healthcare represents serious privacy risks because of the sensitive data hospitals and clinics hold.
It has been 20 years since Chris Wysopal (AKA Weld Pond) and his colleagues at the Boston-based L0pht* hacker collective famously testified before the US Senate that the internet was hopelessly insecure.
Almost all recent zero-day attacks have been delivered via Microsoft Word.
Consumption of the American diet, also known as the “western diet”, categorized by excessively high levels of fat and refined sugars, has been shown to cause metabolic syndrome (prediabetes) in male rats. Now, research from has proven that the western diet can cause equally unsettling results among females, a population which possesses protective hormones aiding in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Study finds that people who live in areas with high levels of air pollution also report higher levels of psychological distress.
Using OpenWrt to analyse how a device infected with malware, behaves and communicates with external components.
Scrape LinkedIn to build out a name list to be massaged into an email list for a mass phishing campaign.
Army researchers have developed an artificial intelligence and machine learning technique that produces a visible face image from a thermal image of a person's face captured in low-light or nighttime conditions.
FontCode embeds hidden information in ordinary text by imperceptibly changing the shapes of fonts in text. Method could prevent document tampering, protect copyrights, and embed QR codes and other metadata without altering the look or layout of a document.
Increasing strength and fitness may offset the adverse health consequences of spending a large proportion of leisure time sitting down and watching a screen.
Research shows that using the legs, particularly in weight-bearing exercise, sends signals to the brain that are vital for the production of healthy neural cells, essential for the brain and nervous system.
Most women who were neither very young nor very old were pregnant about half the time and were looking after young children or dealing with grief the rest of it.
Google’s facial recognition technology in a doorbell, which primarily faces the street and is more likely to capture neighbours and passers-by, is likely to raise privacy concerns.
Consumers are unknowingly building a “terrifying” world of corporate surveillance.
Reports of people being berated or attacked while communicating in the world’s second most spoken language are on the rise.
For most of us, the quality and convenience of what we receive in exchange for our secrets is enough that we willingly surrender. But now an increasing number of people are more closely counting the cost – to the point of trying to reclaim our right to be unknown.