The White House released a report titled “Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence” (AI) as well as a “National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan.” Meanwhile, President Obama is speaking up on AI, futuristic technologies, and space.
U.S. President Barack Obama has admitted that the White House has been the target of hacking incidents while adding that the state of cybersecurity “throughout the government, in general.”
U.S. President Barack Obama was in Spain during a diplomatic visit when he spoke about the state of cybersecurity in the U.S. state department, White House and the wider government, as revealed by Reuters.
Speaking on Sunday, he stated:
There are legitimate concerns around how information travels in the State department.
It has to do with the volumes of information transmitted, who has access to them, concerns about cyberattacks and cyber security and I’m concerned about [...]
Things looked grim for Ahmed Mohamed as he stood in his school handcuffed by police. He had made a clock, a clock a teacher had commended, and instead was headed to jail under suspicions of crafting a bomb. He remains suspended from his suburban Dallas high school and plans a transfer.
Please don't break this kid's faith in humanity and scientific temper. #IStandWithAhmed pic.twitter.com/kt1TA3y4Ny
— Ruchi Kokcha (@ruchikokcha) September 16, 2015
In the meantime, he has plenty of offers to keep him busy:
First, there’s the President:
Cool clock, Ahmed. Want to bring it to the [...]
The Death Cab For Cutie (DCFC) Facebook hack is just one more example of the vulnerabilities we all face when using the Internet. If you are a high profile star, your risk of being hacked is higher than most people. High profile celebrities have not only seen social media accounts hacked, but, also, bank accounts. The DCFC hack is not the first hack a high profile celebrity brand has had to endure.
I know Death Cab sings a lot about relationships, but this seems too far. #DeezNuts2016 pic.twitter.com/xoNEdC2XtW
— Tommy Dudley (@tommydudley) August 20, 2015
Taylor Swift’s personal Twitter account was hacked earlier this [...]