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Artificial Intelligence – Ali Atakan

In the past few decades’ technology has been improving very rapidly, so rapidly that our lives have started to revolve around technology. We started using technological devices to communicate, cook, save lives, plan, travel and many more things. We keep improving and developing technology where people like Vernor Vigne believe that “the creation of greater […]

As I mentioned before, the book is divided in to five parts; introduction, the landscape, technologies, strategies and conclusion. In my two posts about this book, I talked about the introduction and the landscape, now I have finished the book. There were many chapters I read since the last post therefore there is a lot […]

The whole book is divided in the five parts; introduction, the landscape, technologies, strategies and conclusion. In my last post I talked about the introduction, now i have read the next part of the book called the landscape. This broad category covers attacks, adversaries (opponents in contest/conflict/dispute) and the need for security. Schneier starts this part […]

“A primer in practical computer security aimed at those shopping, communicating, or doing business online – almost everyone, in other words.“ ~The Economist The first edition of this book was published in 2000. After 4 years, the paperback edition is published and Schneier decides to write an introduction to this edition. So far, I was […]

One of the most traumatic experiences a person can go through is definitely losing their pet. The worst part is that if someone finds any pet wandering in the streets, they probably won’t now how to contact the real owners. So, Philip Rooyakkers, the CEO of PiP (The Pet Recognition Company) and his team created an […]

  

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