Over the past few months, the US and other countries have seen an uptick in border searches--including those of smartphones and laptops. There are several precautions you can take to defend your privacy, the most recent of which is a clever new feat
The thing about neural networks is that they don't really behave much like the brain at all. It's a thin metaphor that managed to catch on and now whenever I say I'm training a neural network people assume that I'm into some real mystical shit. There
While it may not theoretically be a new app, PlantNet has just recently garnered attention as a result of successful updates that have exponentially increased its downloads. It was released last summer and has continuously improved its database to be
Software giant Adobe has teased a powerful new audio editing app that could forever change the way we view the authenticity of recorded speech.
Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, has become the richest man in the world through automation and Artificial Intelligence; he is also the epitome of a modern-day Technocrat. Amazon is destroying the retail industry, malls and stores across America. ? T
It's been three days since WannaCry ransomware attacks began rippling across the world, affecting more than 200,000 people and 10,000 organizations in 150 countries. And the threat of further infection still looms.
The company's new software framework ParlAI will teach bots better conversation skills
It's 2017! It's time to start using an encrypted messaging app. Why? Using end-to-end encryption means that no one can see what you're sharing back and forth.
If you noticed some weird Google Docs shares in your Gmail inbox today, you're not alone. In fact, you were the target of a large-scale phishing attack.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki sat down with CNN to talk about women in tech, and wait until you hear about the biggest problem she's faced in the industry as a woman! Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.
When Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. visited Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute last month, he was asked a startling question, one with overtones of science fiction.
John McAfee has unveiled plans to develop what he calls 'the world's first truly private smartphone', which is said to be 'hack-proof'.
The threat of an EMP attack from North Korea is "real and terrifying," reports PJ Media. John Moore writes:
in a nuclear war, solar flare or EMP attack... An EMP disaster from a high-altitude blast seems like science fiction: There is a silent flash high in the sky, and everything using electricity just … stops. Cars stop, power goes out, the Internet
With Unroll.Me in the internet's crosshairs, here's are some best practices to manage how you share your information
An antivirus service used by tens of thousands of businesses and millions of home users shut down an untold number of computers around the world Monday after it mistakenly identified core parts of Microsoft Windows as threats, the company confirmed.
No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.
Technocrats are dysfunctional hoarders of data, which is more precious to them than the technology needed to store it. Now, the world's data will survive the apocalypse, or so they think. ? TN Editor
There is a 17 page paper that details the technical details and performance of the Google Tensor chips.
CPUs vastly slowed in performance scaling around 1997-2004.
Reasons for your paranoia have been discovered by researchers at Virginia Tech: namely, multiple apps on your smartphone are likely colluding to steal your private information. Those who build such apps are clearly displaying their technocrat mind th
Microsoft is planning to distribute its free Windows 10 Creators Update on April 11th. The update will start rolling out to machines during the next Patch Tuesday, and Microsoft plans to release it gradually to existing devices. If you don't want t
American farmers are looking for help in Eastern Europe, of all places.