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This Picasso painting had never been seen before. Until a neural network painted it.

With help from a neural network, researchers reconstructed an image the artist created and painted over during his Blue Period.

Fri 20 Sep 19 from MIT Technology Review

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GitHub Buys Semmle, Becomes CVE Numbering Authority

GitHub has acquired code analysis company Semmle and will make Semmle's code analyis engine available to all public repositories. GitHub has also become a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures ...

Thu 19 Sep 19 from iProgrammer

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Protocol found in webcams and DVRs are fueling a new round of big DDoSes

WSD is supposed to be confined to local networks. It's not, and researchers are concerned.

Wed 18 Sep 19 from Arstechnica

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AI learns to defy the laws of physics to win at hide-and-seek

Bots built by artificial intelligence lab OpenAI worked together to find solutions to problems that humans hadn't thought of

Tue 17 Sep 19 from Newscientist

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Magical Rubik's Cube levitates as it solves itself - CNET

The robotic Rubik's Cube gets an upgrade.

Tue 17 Sep 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

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Almost entire population of Ecuador has online data leaked

Almost the entire population of Ecuador had their personal data leaked online, security experts said Monday, a massive breach that the government called a "very delicate" issue.

Mon 16 Sep 19 from TechXplore

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Anyone Can Look at Millions of Americans' Medical Images and Data, Report Finds

It turns out that anyone with basic computing skills and an internet connection can access millions of private medical images and data—such as MRIs, X-rays, and CT scans—as well as a buffet ...

Tue 17 Sep 19 from Gizmodo

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'Racist' AI art warns against bad training data

An AI art exhibition is facing criticism for using racist and sexist tags to classify its users.

Tue 17 Sep 19 from BBC Technology

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Where the entire city is the laboratory

Mon 16 Sep 19 from (news wire)

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