Archivo mensual: noviembre 2014

A Computer Science Professor Found A Way To Identify Most ‘Anonymous’ Tor Users

Former Columbia University researcher Sambuddho Chakravarty has found that although Tor was designed to enable users to anonymously browse the Internet, 81 percent of those using Tor can be de-anonymized by exploiting a technology in Cisco routers called Netflow that … Seguir leyendo

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Researchers Announce Advance in Image-Recognition Software

Research teams at Google and Stanford University, working independently, have announced advances in artificial intelligence technology used to recognize and describe the contents of videos and photographs. The researchers from the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the Google Brain project … Seguir leyendo

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UNESCO World Library of Science (WLoS)

La UNESCO anunció ayer la puesta en marcha de una biblioteca científica mundial en línea. World Library of Science (WLoS), accesible a estudiantes de todo el mundo, que ofrece artículos, libros, fotografías, ilustraciones y vídeos de manera gratuita. El proyecto, … Seguir leyendo

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Computers are learning to see the world like we do

Object recognition is challenging for computers, but artist Randall Munroe has launched a website called Park or Bird on Flickr intended to determine whether a photo was taken in a national park or shows a bird. Users can drag a … Seguir leyendo

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