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[Insight] U.S. relies on Silicon Valley to maintain AI military advantage
Technology march 8, 2016

PSFK Pulse: The New Face of News and Donald Trump Twitter Bots

Kickstart your day with a cyberterrorism simulation and the folks at Apple customer service

Gaming & Play january 4, 2013

Military Uses Model-Train Town To Prepare For Cyber Attacks

The 48 square-foot CyberCity trains government hackers to handle e-terrorist assaults on U.S. infrastructure.

Design & Architecture august 24, 2011

Samsung: The Tablet Idea Is From ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ [Headlines]

In its legal dispute with Apple, Samsung points to the Stanley Kubrick film, '2001: A Space Odyssey' as an example of the tablet idea before the iPad.

Work may 24, 2011

Long-Range Facial Recognition In Development

Measuring the distinct geometry of facial features, 3D facial recognition technology is supposedly far more accurate than fingerprint recognition.

Work november 30, 2010

Monocolumn: US’s Lighting Fighter Plane Fails To Electrify The World

The US’s stealthy new fighter plane, the F-35 Lightning II, was designed to electrify the defence world and put every US-friendly air force beyond their enemies’ reach for decades to come.

Innovation july 14, 2010

UK Ministry of Defense Unveils Unmanned Aircraft

Due for air trial in 2011, this vehicle demonstrates the latest in aircraft innovation and design.


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