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What will happen in the days after the birth of the first true artificial intelligence? If things continue apace, this could prove to be the most dangerous time in human history. It will be an era of weak and narrow artificial intelligence, a highly
Robert Tappan Morris The suicide of 26-year-old Aaron Swartz has spurred calls to reform the federal anti-hacking law used to prosecute him for illegally downloading millions of academic articles at the MIT campus. The controversy over Swartz's
W hile ethical hackers attack a security system to find out vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could use to his advantage, unethical hackers discreetly wreck havoc on computer systems and steal confidential information. In the 1970s, the United
Actually, TechMan sees it more as evolution driven by technology and new groups getting involved. Hacking started as teenage computer enthusiasts breaking into computers out of curiosity or for bragging rights. Many of the "greatest" hackers of the
The Caesar Rodney junior faced Tower Hill's Nolan Bacchieri, who made it to last year's state final. But Morris kept his composure through a grueling match in the sun, and topped Bacchieri 6-4, 6-4. The Rider advanced to today's final match at the
A 20-year-old computer hacker is going to prison after admitting to trying to rig Houston-area automatic teller machines to dispense $20 for every dollar requested. Thor Morris of Jacksonville, N.C., has been sentenced to three years and a month in
Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP In 1971, Bob Thomas, an engineer working for Bolt, Beranek and Newman, the Boston company that had the contract to build the Arpanet, the precursor of the internet , released a virus called the "creeper" on to the network.
No network of computers is impenetrable or immune to attacks of this kind, as is shown in the cases below. The Morris worm Created by US university student Robert Morris, this entered the history books as one of the world's first internet worms.
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