AS YOU QUEUE anxiously on the jet bridge, you pull out your tablet to see how much battery you've got left. Then you check your kids' tablets—this is a long flight, and those game- and movie-filled screens will be a welcome, necessary distraction at 35,000 feet. And if you look carefully
Elon Musk and others seek restrictions on use of autonomous weapons
ONE THING THAT makes ISIS so hard to fight is that the terrorist network is diffuse and scattered, with small cells of operatives all over the world. Not only does this make it hard for law enforcement to predict where the group might strike next; it makes it incredibly complicated to
Opinion: The world of truth is about to be upended by AI technologies.
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LEAVE IT TO Donald Trump to keep Twitter guessing. Just after midnight Eastern this morning, the president did what the president often does at odd hours: He sent out a tweet. But this one, rather than attacking a political opponent or offering up a 140-character policy position, just plain made
Cybersecurity company Cybereason has shared new details about how one of the world's most mysterious hacking groups operates. The post An Up-Close View of the Notorious APT32 Hacking Group in Action appeared first on WIRED.
Privacy watchdogs think a damning leaked document about Facebook targeting insecure teens could help usher in new era in privacy protections. The post Get Ready for the Next Big Privacy Backlash Against Facebook appeared first on WIRED.
The next war on drugs will be fought by bureaucrats. A new strain of startups is making sure legal marijuana businesses are ready. The post The Pot Startups Prepping for Jeff Sessions' New War on Drugs appeared first on WIRED.