Tutorials
 
How to hack
 
A menacing hand'€™s shadow on a computer keyboard in front of printed computer data. Dramatic light, high contrast.
 
Hacker hands
 
password typist
 
virtual private network (VPN)
Hacked’s Wiki
CCN.LA
Trending Topics
Cybersecurity
Hacking
ransomware
Bitcoin
Darknet
Vulnerabilities
visa
Posts Tagged ‘autonomous cars’
Most Recent
 
Read More
October 28, 2016

We Should Be Investing in Drones. Here Is Why.

There is a driving trend and major boom behind the autonomous car industry, with financial potential looking particularly ripe. Even the U.S. government has recently appointed an advisory committee on autonomous cars. The news is also full of reports about cars, buses and even trains becoming driverless. Tesla, Google, Toyota, BMW, Daimler and many others are all investing in the billions in this regard. However, rest assured the future lies in drones, the other autonomous devices. The concept of autonomous vehicles, such as drones, has much more potential in the air, not the land, and this piece intends to provide the reasons why.

The Air Is Limitless

Human drivers have been [...]

51394
 
Read More
September 23, 2016

U.S. Issues Guidelines to Spur Self-driving Car Adoption

The U.S. Department of Transportation has rolled out guidelines that urge car makers and other developers to submit to a 15-point “safety assessment.” They outline how driverless cars are tested, safeguarded should systems fail and how vehicles are programmed to comply with existing traffic laws. They set clear expectations for manufacturers developing and deploying automated vehicle technologies.

10767
 
Read More
September 6, 2016

GPU-Maker Nvidia Moving into Autonomous Vehicles with Chinese Search Giant Baidu

Nvidia and Baidu, which is basically the Chinese version of Google, are teaming up to create a “cloud-to-car” autonomous car platform for auto manufacturers worldwide.

21645
 
Read More
July 7, 2015

Google Has Self-Driving Cars on the Road in Texas

Self-driving cars. On the road. That’s right. Right now, in Austin, Texas, there are self-driving cars on their way, to test out the self-driving capabilities. There will be some safety drivers, but the cars will mostly be trying to drive themselves. This will create a new paradigm in transportation.

For instance, can someone without a license own a car that is self-driving? Another question, then, would be whether or not there would always be some feature that allowed someone to drive the car. Suppose it got into a situation where it did not know what to do. Would it simply be better to build in the technology to existing styles of cars, rather [...]

4440
Tutorials
 
How to Hack
 
How Cybercriminals Target Victims: Report Cites Top Information Resources
Knowledge Base
 
Freeware
 
Malware
Press Releases
 
eSentire Partners with Carbon Black to Provide Endpoint Detection Capabilities to the Midmarket
 
SecurityScorecard Announces Data Science Partnership with Columbia University