Somewhere in the recesses of my memory there lives a small photograph, from one of the many magazines that fed my young interests in science and electronics – it was probably Popular Science. In my mind I see a man standing before a large machine. The man looks awkward; he clearly didn’t want to pose… via […]Read More Seymour Cray, Father of the Supercomputer — Hackaday
DuckDuckGo, the popular search engine alternative to Google has announced today that its address and map searches on mobile and desktop are now powered by Apple’s MapKit JS framework. DuckDuckGo is one of the first companies to rely on MapKit for its data and touts the privacy that the move brings to its users. more…… via […]Read More DuckDuckGo switches to privacy-focused Apple Maps to ‘set a new standard of trust online’ — 9to5Mac
If you have an eye for obscure Microsoft products, you may be aware of the Microsoft PixelSense, a table-sized horizontal touchscreen designed as a collaborative workspace. It’s a multi-user computer with no traditional keyboard or mouse, instead multiple users work with documents and other files as though they were real documents on a table. It’s… via […]Read More No Keyboard Needed, this Laptop is all Screens — Hackaday
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The word “strategy” invokes different meaning for different folks. So, if you prefer to call it a “plan,” a “roadmap” or “your framework for success” feel free. All of these naming conventions will have you arriving at the correct destination. Just plan your work and work your plan. So, let’s begin with looking at the […]Read More Shifting Strategies for the Cognitive CISO
By Amir and Eli Schragenheim Blockchain is often described as the technology that is going to change the world economy. In itself such a declaration makes it vital to dedicate a lot of time to learn the new technology and what value it can generate. Blockchain is vital for the Bitcoin and similar crypto-currencies, but […] […]Read More The confusion over Blockchain — Eli Schragenheim
AI today is like a super fast kid going through school whose teachers need to be smarter than if not as quick. In an astonishing turn of events, a (satelite)image-to-(map)image conversion algorithm was found hiding a cheat-sheet of sorts while generating maps to appear as it if had ‘learned’ do the opposite effectively[PDF]. The CycleGAN… via […]Read More Cheating AI Caught Hiding Data Using Steganography — Hackaday