• Oct 18, 2017
  • Glyn Moody
  • News, Privacy, Programming,

Powerful and pervasive artificial intelligence is coming: now is the time to talk about its impact on privacy

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rather like the GNU/Linux desktop: every year is the one when it will finally take off. Indeed, this has been true for AI far longer than for the GNU/Linux desktop, since it is generally held that AI as a discipline was born back in 1956, whereas the GNU project only started … Continue reading “Powerful and pervasive artificial intelligence is coming: now is the time to talk about its impact on privacy”

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  • May 1, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Linux, News, Security,

Intel confirms remote code execution hole in Intel CPUs since 2008

According to security researchers, media, and now Intel themselves, a security hole allowing remote code execution (RCE) has been present in Intel CPUs since 2008. The exploit was usable on Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), Small Business Technology (SBT), and Standard Manageability (SM). Those are¬†present in most every computer with an Intel CPU¬†from the last … Continue reading “Intel confirms remote code execution hole in Intel CPUs since 2008”

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