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- Machine-learning-based solution to help combat phishing4/27/17 Cybersecurity Enable IntenseDebate Comments: Enable IntenseDebate Comments A new machine-learning-based security solution being developed at the IBM Cyber Security Center of Excellence at BGU could help businesses detect phishing sites up to 250 percent faster than other methods. When it comes to hacking, phishing is one of the oldest tricks in the book. According to IBM security […]
- Service Academies Swarm Challenge: Controlling drone swarms4/27/17 Drones Enable IntenseDebate Comments: Enable IntenseDebate Comments Small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and other robots have become increasingly affordable, capable, and available to both the U.S. military and adversaries alike. Enabling UAVs and similar assets to perform useful tasks under human supervision — that is, carrying out swarm tactics in concert with human teammates […]
- Urban legend: WWI-era “viable” anthrax strain was, in fact, much younger standard laboratory strain4/27/17 Anthrax Enable IntenseDebate Comments: Enable IntenseDebate Comments A team of international researchers has found that a strain of anthrax-causing bacterium thought to have been viable eighty years after a thwarted First World War espionage attack, was, in reality, a much younger standard laboratory strain. The team speculates that the mix-up was due to commonplace […]
- “Spectral fingerprinting” sees through concrete to detect early corrosion4/27/17 Infrastructure protection Enable IntenseDebate Comments: Enable IntenseDebate Comments When you suffer a fall, an on-the-field collision or some other traumatic blow, the first thing the doctor will do is take an X-ray, CT scan, or MRI to determine if anything has been damaged internally. Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) […]
- Scientists test links between extreme weather and climate change4/27/17 Extreme weather events Enable IntenseDebate Comments: Enable IntenseDebate Comments After an unusually intense heat wave, downpour or drought, Noah Diffenbaugh and his research group inevitably receive phone calls and emails asking whether human-caused climate change played a role. read more