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Four short links: 25 October 2019

A Security Tale: A Timeline — the story of, and consequences of, one chap’s insane workload being the NZ security person for Equifax during the fallout from the breach. Perfect storm of remote management, global demands, outsourced team, outsourced cloud providers…and 18-hour days spent trying to cover your employer’s ass. He talks about the logistic …

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Four short links: 24 October 2019

Quantum Supremacy: The Gloves are Off (Scott Aaronson) — Google demonstrated a quantum system that will be exponentially faster, as the number of qubits increases, than a classical system simulating the problem. IBM proposed a way of using the world’s most powerful classical supercomputer (Summit) to brute force a solution faster than the method listed …

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Four short links: 18 October 2019

The NAI Suite — A prototype for automated reasoning over legal texts, called NAI, is presented. As an input, NAI accepts formalized logical representations of such legal texts that can be created and curated using an integrated annotation interface. The prototype supports automated reasoning over the given text representation and multiple quality assurance procedures. Streamsheets …

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Highlights from the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference in London 2019 – O’Reilly

People from across the AI world came together in London for the Artificial Intelligence Conference. Below you’ll find links to highlights from the event. When flying is cheaper than standing still Raffaello D’Andrea presents his vision of how autonomous indoor drones will drive the next wave of robotics development. Learn faster. Dig …

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Four short links: 15 October 2019

NSA Cybersecurity Directorate — The command center is staffed 24/7, and teams cycle in every 12 hours to monitor real-time internet activity and cyber threats as they unfold over the world. Its connectivity with global intelligence partners ensures immediate communication over global cyber crises. The article has a lot of “cyber” and uses phrases like …

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Four short links: 14 October 2019

FaceForensics++: Learning to Detect Manipulated Facial Images — This paper examines the realism of state-of-the-art image manipulations, and how difficult it is to detect them, either automatically or by humans. To standardize the evaluation of detection methods, we propose an automated benchmark for facial manipulation detection. (GitHub) CS 230 — My twin brother Afshine and …

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Four short links: 11 October 2019

Resilience Engineering Papers — This doc contains notes about people active in resilience engineering, as well as some influential researchers who are no longer with us, organized alphabetically. It also includes people and papers from related fields, such as cognitive systems engineering and naturalistic decision-making. Sweet 16 — a metaprocessor or “pseudo microprocessor” implemented in …

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Four short links: 9 October 2019

IFRC Data Playbook Toolkit — The Data Playbook Beta is a recipe book or exercise book with examples, best practices, how-to’s, session plans, training materials, matrices, scenarios, and resources. The data playbook will provide resources for National Societies to develop their literacy around data, including responsible data use and data protection. The content aims to …

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