Computers

WHY COMPUTERS WILL LIKELY NEVER PERFORM ABDUCTIVE INFERENCES

As Erik Larson points out in The Myth of Artificial Intelligence, what computers “know” must be painstakingly programmed WILLIAM A....

How digital literacy can help close the digital divide

by Kara Brisson-Boivin, Samantha McAleese. Originally published on Policy OptionsApril 13, 2021 Everything from education and work to health care,...

AI-Powered Content Filtering Adds New Protection Powers

Recent innovations give content filtering greater impact and broader use in improving student learning and engagement overall for schools. by...

WILL QUANTUM COMPUTERS REPLACE THEIR CLASSICAL COUNTERPARTS?

Classical computing isn’t going away, but quantum technology has the potential to disrupt many industries. It’s crucial to leverage...

Stolen computers are the least of the government’s security worries

Devin Coldewey, techcrunch.comJanuary 9, 2021 Reports that a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office was stolen during the pro-Trump...

How prevalent is DNS spoofing? Could a repeat of the Dyn/Mirai DDoS attack have the same results?

Zeljka Zorz, Managing Editor, Help Net SecurityDecember 1, 2020 Two separate groups of academics have recently released research papers based...

How the Grinch Bots Stole Your Sneakers

November 27, 2020 by Teresa Carr Phil Nichols, 45, of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, has been very good this year....