Cybereason’s CEO, Lior Div, has openly admitted that he views his work at Cybereason as a “continuation” of his service to Israel’s intelligence apparatus.
Governments and corporations around the world seem to indicate that mankind has arrived at historic crossroads. While we would certainly welcome such a development we would also like to, first, test the accuracy of this assumption.
Lets take a look at some examples that prove that Google is an information weapon, while Bing is exactly what one would expect it is, a search engine.
Deepfake technology could “endanger national security, disrupt social stability, disrupt social order and infringe upon the legitimate rights and interests of others,” according to a transcript of a press briefing published on the CAC’s website.
Our best hope in fighting against deepfakes may be Facebook, Twitter and Google. They have the power to detect and stop deepfakes across huge networks
Toshiba developed the diagnosis method together with the National Cancer Center Research Institute and Tokyo Medical University, and hopes to commercialize it in “several years” after starting a trial next year.
The 24-year-old man allegedly robbed a bank at gunpoint in May and made off with nearly $200,000.
How do we describe the finding that the planet’s most widely-owned super-corporation is destroying the planet to maximize its smartphone sales and profits?
Nintendo is structurally wiping piracy-enabling sites from search results. Instead of regular DMCA notices, the gaming company is using anti-circumvention complaints to have Google remove links to console jailbreaking software and flash card adapters from its search engine.