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Slate Magazine

Attack of the Hack Back
Slate Magazine
So it's fine to monitor unusual traffic patterns, or encrypt data, or implement strong authentication systems—those are all things that only require accessing your own servers and data. But going outside the boundaries of the computers and data that ...

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Stanford University News

Stanford scientists seek to speak the brain's language to heal its disease
Stanford University News
... could understand. On top of that, researchers like Shenoy and Henderson needed to do all that in real time, so that when a subject's brain signals the desire to move a pointer on a computer screen, the pointer moves right then, and not a second later.


Popular Science

The most profound technologies are those that disappear
Popular Science
We're in the early days of an era when computing is discreetly all around us, whether it's facial recognition that speeds us through airports, a cast of virtual assistants that reads us the daily rush-hour report, or software that keeps offensive ...

 




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