Advertised sites are not endorsed by us. They may be
unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction.
Press release
Submit a press release here.
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
Trending Topics
Stephen Hawking
Artificial Intelligence
Most Recent
Read More
October 18, 2016

Obama Administration Concerned United States Falling Behind on AI Research

The White House released its “National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan” [PDF] this month. One of the chief concerns in the report is the fact that of the two countries doing the most research on artificial intelligence, more specifically on deep learning, the US has fallen into second place. The below graphs were published on page 13 of the report (page 21 if you’re looking at the PDF) and are supposed to be cause for concern. According to the graphs, China has outpaced the US in the publication of papers regarding “deep learning,” and, more to the point, has also had more such papers cited by other researchers.

People have been quick to point [...]

Read More
October 7, 2016

Students Create Doom AI Which Learns Visually and Kills Humans in Deathmatch

Two students from Carnegie Mellon University recently placed second in an artificial intelligence competition for their submission of a program that was able to learn the game Doom the same way humans do – by playing.

Read More
September 15, 2016

Beware Uber Drivers! The Robot Cars Are Coming

Uber announced that that the world’s first self-driving Uber cars are on the road in Pittsburgh, the Steel City. The road ahead is still long, but the implications are staggering.

Read More
August 31, 2016

Pentagon: US Should Embrace Artificial Intelligence or Repeat Past Mistakes

A new study released by the Defense Science Board on autonomy has found that if the U.S. does not learn from past mistakes in cyber and electronic warfare, it could make the same with artificial intelligence technology.

The 121-page study, Autonomy [PDF], found that while the Department of Defense (DoD) is already embracing the value of autonomous capabilities it had yet to familiarize its enterprise processes to effectively support the rapid and widespread adoption warranted by the potential benefits, in addition to the potential threats autonomy could play in the hands of enemies.

The study stated that:

Autonomy will deliver substantial operational value – in [...]

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