Cyber criminals know that working from home can provide them with an easier way into corporate networks - resulting in a rise in attacks targeting remote devices.
U.S. lawmakers are moving ahead with efforts to ban facial recognition software even as the technology helps identify supporters of President Donald Trump who ransacked their workplace and forced them to evacuate this month.
Custom malware disguaised as benign software was used to steal wallet addresses of cryptocurrenct holders for months.
A New Jersey man was accused of shoplifting and trying to hit an officer with a car. He is the third known Black man to be wrongfully arrested based on face recognition
U of Texas at Austin has stopped using a machine-learning system to evaluate applicants for its Ph.D. in computer science. Critics say the system exacerbates existing inequality in the field.
The Silicon Valley company said hackers — almost certainly Russian — made off with tools that could be used to mount new attacks around the world.
$3.5 billion cybersecurity giant FireEye says it was hacked by a 'nation with top-tier offensive capabilities,' and the attackers made off with its own hacking tools
Hackers aligned with a foreign nation-state successfully breached the systems of FireEye, the $3.5 billion Silicon Valley cybersecurity giant. The attackers stole its proprietary "red team" hacking tools, used to assess a client's security and vulnerabilities.
New research from the IoT security firm Forescout highlights 33 flaws in an open source internet protocol bundles that potentially expose millions of embedded devices to attacks, and affected devices may be difficult or impossible to patch due to the longevity of these bundles.
Gebru, a widely respected leader in AI ethics research, is known for coauthoring a groundbreaking paper that showed facial recognition to be less accurate at identifying women and people of color, which means its use can end up discriminating against them.
Timnit Gebru, one of Google’s top artificial intelligence researchers, says the company abruptly fired her. The technical co-lead of Google’s Ethical Artificial Intelligence Team claims managers were upset about an email she’d sent to colleagues. The email, which was sent to the Brain Women and Allies listserv, voiced frustration that managers were trying to get Gebru to retract a research paper.