Lockheed Martin has just taken 3D printing to new heights, printing an enormous titanium dome meant for satellite fuel tanks. It’s the largest space part the firm has 3D printed to date, and measures 46 inches in diameter. This month, the new structure passed its last rounds of quality testing.
All tools can be used for good or ill. Even a broom can be used to sweep the floor or hit someone over the head. The more powerful the tool, the greater the benefit or damage it can cause. The last few months have brought this into stark relief when it comes to computer-assisted facial recognition – the ability of a computer to recognize people’s faces from a photo or through a camera. This technology can catalog your photos, help reunite families or potentially be misused and abused by private companies and public authorities alike.
Despite bitcoin’s 2018 price slump, bitcoin’s hash rate continues to surge at an astonishing pace.
See how direct threat actor interaction allowed Insikt Group to discover MQ-9 Reaper drone documents and other leaked military information on the dark web.
An AI developed by Nvidia, MIT and Aalto University can go much further – without ever having seen noise-free photographs.
America’s Girl Scouts are learning to pick locks and hack computers as an inside track toward careers in science and technology. This weeklong Girl Scout Cyber Camp is the first in the region and among the first in the nation. Soon the badges will follow. The Girl Scouts, along with Palo Alto Networks, will be unveiling its official Cybersecurity badges.
Japanese researchers show that children can act like horrible little brats towards robots
AI startup acquisitions rose 44% in 2017. Nearly 120 AI startups exited for the first time last year, of which 115 were acquired
Billionaire space adventurer and carmaker Elon Musk has offered his services to the Thai government to rescue 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a flooded cave.
In a series of tweets, Mr Musk explored how his businesses could help the team.
He suggested that The Boring Company is “pretty good at digging holes”.
He also mused about inserting a nylon tube into the cave and inflating it “like a bouncy castle” to create an underwater tunnel.