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Human brains not wired for modern IT security

Human brains not wired for modern IT security

The neocortex is 'still in beta', says security expert.
Aug 3 2009 10:47AM
Computers fail to fool humans

Computers fail to fool humans

Six artificial conversational entities (ACEs) have failed to fool interrogators into thinking they were human during a real-time chat.
Oct 14 2008 1:02AM
Robots deemed less intelligent than humans, still

Robots deemed less intelligent than humans, still

Despite improvements in artificial intelligence and robotics, humans prefer human interactions to those with machines, a study has found.
Jul 15 2008 4:55PM
Chimps beat humans in memory tests

Chimps beat humans in memory tests

An experiment in Japan has shown that chimpanzees can outperform humans in short-term memory tests.
Dec 5 2007 7:10AM
Humans not evolved for IT security

Humans not evolved for IT security

Human beings aren't evolved for security in the modern world, and particularly the IT security world, according to security guru Bruce Schneier.
Oct 24 2007 2:44PM
US state bans forced RFID tagging of humans

US state bans forced RFID tagging of humans

The California state Senate has approved legislation to bar employers from forcing workers to have RFID chips implanted under their skin.
Sep 5 2007 3:01PM
Humans beat the machines at poker

Humans beat the machines at poker

Human poker players have won by a narrow margin in the first official competition between humans and computers.
Jul 27 2007 2:14PM
Humans take on computer in poker tournament

Humans take on computer in poker tournament

The first official poker competition between humans and computers is due to start tonight at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver.
Jul 25 2007 6:46AM
Humans created 161 exabytes of data in 2006

Humans created 161 exabytes of data in 2006

More data than space to store it.
Mar 7 2007 8:27AM
Lethal computer virus spreads in humans

Lethal computer virus spreads in humans

The first computer virus that passes from PCs to humans has been discovered in the wild. Leading anti-virus firms are putting users on high alert after Malwarlaria.B was spammed worldwide in the early hours of Friday morning.
Apr 1 2005 10:07AM

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