Hacking is most certainly a two way street. The developers behind Ethereum launched an assault on an anonymous hacker that stole at least $89 million through its network.
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Intuition is alive and well in the era of data analytics. About a third of executives in a 2014 PwC survey reported relying first and foremost on the data for their last big business decision. The advice of their colleagues and good, old-fashioned gut instinct both played major roles.
In order for robots to navigate the world, they will need to be able to make reasonable assumptions about their surroundings and what could happen during a sequence of events. One way that humans learn these things is through sound. For infants, some studies suggest that poking and prodding objects is actually how they develop an intuitive […]
Doctors may have made a revolutionary breakthrough in the way we treat stroke patients. Patients in the trial study regained the ability to talk, walk and live normal lives, all thanks to a stem cell treatment.
Researchers have made a smart contact lens that could be used to monitor diabetes and dispense drugs on-demand. The system includes cool-looking eyeglasses that wirelessly power and communicate with the circuit-lined, drug-releasing lens that a patient could wear for up to a month.
Why pay for a whole degree, taking classes you don’t really want, spending multiple years to build skills that you may never use? Unbundling is happening to education and the results are students with customized portfolios, projects that are orientated towards skills employers are looking for, and industry level experience.
A survey for U.S. Department of commerce shows nearly half of American household refraining from doing business, posting on social media, or buying online. The reason being the constant threat of data breaches, data collection, and surveillance.
It is not uncommon for a household to have 15 or more devices connected to the internet. Usually devices consist of tablets computers and smart tvs, but when do air conditioners and washing machines get added to the list. ”Bring it on,” Ms Boulos, 41, said. “Having things simplified and working through one connection – that […]
A new form of light was discovered by Prof Paul Eastham of Trinity Dublin’s School of Physics and Prof John Donegan of Science Fondation CRANN. The discovery could have major implications in fibre-optic communications. A study of light’s angular momentum shows that it can be a fraction instead of a multiple.
Climbing walls, vacation money, and on-site barbers are all employee perks that could be getting the axe this year in some of Silicon Valley’s start-ups. The culture, finding their venture capital drying up, has become more cash strapped and are starting to take conservative measures to keep the business operating.