Posts Tagged ‘kyushu’

Land of Fire: Kyushu, Japan

The heat—I’ll always remember the heat. Total, all around me, consuming, baking my body like a bit of steak in a sous vide. Climbing into a long, shallow hole dug by two industrious women, they quickly began covering me up, shovel by shovel, until almost everything, arms, legs, even neck, was underneath. With only my […]

Collateral damage: The psychological devastation of sending robot assassins to kill both terrorists and innocents

“I Was Under the Impression That America Was Saving the World” “When we are in our darkest places and we have a lot to worry about and we feel guilty about our past actions, it’s really tough to describe what that feeling is like,” says Daniel, a whistleblower who took part in drone operations and […]

MIT Creates Breakthrough AI That Can Detect 85% of Cyberattacks

Susanne Posel (OC) : The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have developed a way to predict hacker attacks with an 86% accuracy using artificial intelligence (AI). Kalyan Veeramachaneni, lead researcher for the project said: “You have to bring some contextual information to it. On day one, when we […]

Task Force Confirms: Systemic Racism Exists in Chicago Police Department

Lisa Klein | Courthouse News Service The Chicago Police Department has deeply rooted problems with racism and lack of accountability for its officers’ actions, according to a report from the Police Accountability Task Force. “A painful but necessary reckoning is upon us,” the task force said of its findings. […]

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