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Ransomware is already out of control. AI-powered ransomware could be ‘terrifying.’

Hiring AI experts to automate ransomware could be the next step for well-endowed ransomware groups that are seeking to scale up their attacks.
 

In the perpetual battle between cybercriminals and defenders, the latter have always had one largely unchallenged

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Employee monitoring software became the new normal during COVID-19. It seems workers are stuck with it

Many employers say they'll keep the surveillance software switched on — even for office workers.


In early 2020, as offices emptied and employees set up laptops on kitchen tables to work from home, the way managers kept tabs on white-collar

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VI3: Philosophy of Computing and Information Technology

Philosophy of Computing and Information Technology

Philip Brey, Johnny Hartz Søraker, in Philosophy of Technology and Engineering Sciences, 2009

Philosophy has been described as having taken a “computational turn,” referring to the ways in which computers and information technology throw new light