Estamos vivendo uma época em que falar de implantes neurais, chips microscópicos, inteligências artificiais, robôs, não é mais uma conversa sobre o futuro. É o presente.
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Colonial Pipeline Paid Hackers Nearly $5 Million in Ransom
Colonial Pipeline Co. paid nearly $5 million to Eastern European hackers on Friday, contradicting reports earlier this week that the company had no intention of paying an extortion fee to help restore the country’s largest fuel pipeline, according to two people familiar with the transaction.The company paid the hefty ransom in difficult-to-trace cryptocurrency within hours after the attack, underscoring the immense pressure faced by the Georgia-based operator to get gasoline and jet fuel flowing
Colonial Pipeline Hacker DarkSide Says It Will Shut Operations
DarkSide, the criminal group linked to a cyberattack that disrupted U.S. gasoline deliveries this week, has told hacking associates that it is shutting down, said security research firms.
China launches data privacy rules for smart cars
On Wednesday, the Cyberspace Administration of China released a draft regulation on automobile data security. The new rules, still seeking public comment before becoming official, focus on the protection of both personal information and “important data,” meaning data relevant to national security in…
How China turned a prize-winning iPhone hack against the Uyghurs
In March 2017, a group of hackers from China arrived in Vancouver with one goal: Find hidden weak spots inside the world’s most popular technologies. Google’s Chrome browser, Microsoft’s Windows operating system, and Apple’s iPhones were all in the crosshairs. But no one was breaking the law. These were just some of the people taking…
Elon Musk’s Neuralink ‘shows monkey playing Pong with mind’
The entrepreneur makes bold claims for how the technology can be used to help paraplegics walk again.
Neural implant lets paralyzed person type by imagining writing
A paralyzed individual hit 90 characters per minute, 99% accuracy.
A paralyzed man is challenging Neuralink’s monkey to a match of mind Pong
A man with a brain implant that allows him to control computers via mental signals says he is ready to challenge Elon Musk’s neuroscience company Neuralink in a head-to-head game of Pong—with a monkey. Neuralink is developing advanced wireless brain implants so humans can connect directly to computer networks. In April, researchers working with the…
The Pentagon Inches Toward Letting AI Control Weapons
Drills involving swarms of drones raise questions about whether machines could outperform a human operator in complex scenarios.
AI consumes a lot of energy. Hackers could make it consume more.
The latest generation of neural networks are vulnerable to a new kind of attack that makes them use too much energy.
Photos: Robots Are Everywhere
Recent images of robotic technology from around the world
This is a map of America’s broadband problem
The worst connections in the country.
Low-income households can now apply for a $50 monthly discount for internet.
The Federal Communications Commission said 825 broadband providers have agreed to offer the discounts. The program also allows for a one-time laptop subsidy of $100.
Tech giants have all become creator companies
Most companies are copying each other in an effort to court creators from different platforms.
Wonder why your music can’t get traction? Distrokid is adding 1M tracks a month – Hypebot
Just in case indie artists weren’t feeling frustrated enough about their inability to gain significant traction with their music, new numbers out from indie music publisher Distrokid are only likely. Continue reading
Twitter may be working on Twitter Blue, a subscription service that would cost $2.99 per month
Twitter has previously said it was considering a paid version
The Smallest-Ever Injectable Chip Hints at a New Cybernetic Medicine
The world’s smallest computer chip is the size of a dust mite! Check out the future of medical tech.
Apple Watch could gain long-sought glucose tracking with Rockley Photonics deal: report
While the Apple Watch has evolved from a fashionable phone accessory to a high-tech health monitor—capable of scanning for heart conditions and calling for help after injuries—future generations may tap into a deeper set of features to track the body’s inner workings.
Google Plans to Double AI Ethics Research Staff
Vice President of Engineering Marian Croak also said CEO Sundar Pichai has committed to boost the budget of a team tasked with evaluating code and product to avert harm, discrimination and other problems with AI.
Israeli strike destroys Gaza tower housing media organisations | Gaza | The Guardian
15-storey block hit on Saturday housed offices of Al Jazeera and Associated Press and private flats
Instagram, Twitter blame glitches for deleting Palestinian posts
Instagram and Twitter have blamed technical errors for deleting posts mentioning the possible eviction of Palestinians from East Jerusalem, but data rights groups fear “discriminatory” algorithms are at work and want greater transparency.
Facebook’s Secret Rules About the Word “Zionist” Impede Criticism of Israel
Obtained by The Intercept, the policies alarmed advocates, who said Facebook is silencing political speech.
Project Rewrite: Tell the missing stories of women on Wikipedia and beyond
We are calling attention to the persistent gender gaps on Wikipedia, and calling on everyone to help close them. It’s time for a rewrite.
How the Personal Computer Broke the Human Body
Decades before ‘Zoom fatigue’ broke our spirits, the so-called computer revolution brought with it a world of pain previously unknown to humankind.
Online shopping changed, and we barely noticed
Social media encourages us to shop, even when we’re not trying to.
Emily Ratajkowski NFT Sells for $175,000 at Christie’s – Decrypt
Emily Ratajkowski sold an NFT titled “Buying Myself Back: A Model for Redistribution” for $175,000 in an auction at Christie’s.
Elon Musk impersonators have stolen more than $2 million in cryptocurrency since October
Cryptocurrency scams are skyrocketing
Michael Burry of ‘The Big Short’ reveals a $530 million bet against Tesla
Michael Burry is long puts against 800,100 shares of Tesla or $534 million by the end of the first quarter.
A Conversation With a Dogecoin Millionaire
It was once a parody —then he turned the cryptocurrency into his profit.
The Great Online Game
How to Win the Internet
DICAS DE LER, VER E OUVIR
Sole of a nation: how Clarks became Jamaica’s favourite footwear
There has long been a unique connection between the Somerset-based shoe-maker and the Caribbean island. It goes way beyond shoes – as a new edition of book Clarks in Jamaica demonstrates
Earth Restored — Toby Ord
The most beautiful photographs of Earth — iconic images and unknown gems — digitally restored to their full glory.
BolsoFlix | Os melhores conteúdos antibolsonaro para você disparar nas suas redes
Escolha qualquer peça da nossa curadoria e baixe no seu celular ou computador.
Marcelo D2 on Twitter
Os tambores começaram a rufar !! E o batuque ecoa ancestralidade , arte e espiritualidade Uma programação com 10 dias de música , shows , DJ sets , cinema e as clássicas sessões de estúdio mostrando a criação do disco .. https://t.co/301rybPgHv
Playlist semanal do RESUMIDO, atualizada a cada edição (se gostou muito de alguma música, salva em algum lugar!).