• Nvidia Car Learns To Drive By Watching Humans

    Nvidia Car Learns To Drive By Watching Humans

    There is a renewed focus on risk data aggregation and reporting (RDAR) solutions, as financial ins With a convolutional neural network, Nvidia researchers have trained a car to drive using video captured during road trips taken by people.Using an Nvidia DevBox (a workstation with GPUs optimized for machine learning), Torch 7 (a machine-learning library), and an Nvidia DRIVE PX self-driving car computer, company researchers mapped the pixels of videos from a car's front-facing camera to steering commands.
  • Flaws Found In 'Right To Be Forgotten' Data Privacy Laws

    Flaws Found In 'Right To Be Forgotten' Data Privacy Laws

    The "right to be forgotten" appears to be unable to overcome the persistence of memory.The "right to be forgotten" follows from a 2014 ruling handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), based on Europe's data protection laws.
  • Flaws Found In 'Right To Be Forgotten' Data Privacy Laws

    Flaws Found In 'Right To Be Forgotten' Data Privacy Laws

    The "right to be forgotten" appears to be unable to overcome the persistence of memory.The "right to be forgotten" follows from a 2014 ruling handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), based on Europe's data protection laws.
  • Microsoft, MIT Create 'Smart' Tattoo For Phone Control

    Microsoft, MIT Create 'Smart' Tattoo For Phone Control

    Microsoft Research and MIT Media Lab PhD students have teamed up to create the next level of wearable: Temporary smart tattoos.This experimental type of smart device can be used to control electronics or send data through NFC.
  • iOS 9.3.5 Fixes Massive Security Flaw: What IT Needs To Know

    iOS 9.3.5 Fixes Massive Security Flaw: What IT Needs To Know

    Rather than click, Mansoor smartly forwarded the message to security researchers at the University of Toronto.The researchers found that the link would have force-installed a program through three previously unknown vulnerabilities in iOS.
  • What Chemicals on Your Smartphone Reveal About You

    What Chemicals on Your Smartphone Reveal About You

    Researchers have devised a new method of forensic investigation that involves using chemical traces on the surface of your smartphone to form a unique profile about you.The molecules found on your device could, for instance, reveal everything from the type of hygiene and beauty products you use to clues about your diet, the medications you take, even places you have been.
  • Qualcomm Offers $15K Reward for Security Bugs

    Qualcomm Offers $15K Reward for Security Bugs

    In return for discovering and reporting security bugs, Qualcomm is offering up to $15,000 per bug as a reward.The bug bounty program was created in collaboration with Hackerone, which touts itself as "the first vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform.
  • Future Smartphones Will Detect Cancer, Sense Food Quality

    Future Smartphones Will Detect Cancer, Sense Food Quality

    For the uninitiated, pricey hyperspectral cameras provide access to the optical spectrum at each point of an image, enabling a wide range of measurements.They're currently used for medical, industrial, space, and environmental sensing.