Studying With Quizzes Helps Make Sure the Material Sticks
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Well, technically not the first for 2016, but certainly beautiful:
Best experience with VR goggles: Google Cardbox, Veve etc. (please ask for more info if needed). If you have goggles, choose “VR Mode” (1), if viewing on your computing device (desktop, laptop, smart phone, tablet) and/or don’t have goggles, choose “Panorama Mode” (2)
If you would like to brainstorm ideas to apply Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and/or 360 video in your courses, please let us know…
open whisper system is the company
download from the NPR Marketplace Tech available here:
More on the app in the Codebreaker podcast
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Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create Data Visualization Tool to Identify Cyber Attacks
By Rhea Kelly 11/07/16
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University‘s CyLab Security and Privacy Institute have developed a new tool for analyzing network traffic and identifying cyber attacks. The tool uses data visualization to make it easier for network analysts to see key changes and patterns generated by distributed denial of service attacks, malware distribution networks and other malicious network traffic.
presented the tool last week at the IEEE Symposium on Visualization for Cybersecurity in Baltimore, MD.
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A Voice Cuts Through, and Adds to, the Intrigue of Russia’s Cyberattacks
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Google Researchers Create AI That Builds Its Own Encryption
BY TOM BRANT OCTOBER 28, 2016 04:45PM EST
Alice and Bob have figured out a way to have a conversation without Eve being able to overhear, no matter how hard she tries.
They’re artificial intelligence algorithms created by Google engineers, and their ability to create an encryption protocol that Eve (also an AI algorithm) can’t hack is being hailed as an important advance in machine learning and cryptography.
Martin Abadi and David G. Andersen, explained in a paper published this week that their experiment is intended to find out if neural networks—the building blocks of AI—can learn to communicate secretly.
As the Abadi and Anderson wrote, “instead of training each of Alice and Bob separately to implement some known cryptosystem, we train Alice and Bob jointly to communicate successfully and to defeat Eve without a pre-specified notion of what cryptosystem they may discover for this purpose.”
same in German
Googles AI entwickelt eigenständig Verschlüsselung
Google-Forscher Martin Abadi und David G. Andersen des Deep-Learning-Projekts “Google Brain” eine neue Verschlüsselungsmethode entwickelt beziehungsweise entwickeln lassen. Die Forscher haben verschiedene neurale Netze damit beauftragt, eine abhörsichere Kommunikation aufzustellen.
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My note: Bryan Alexnader finished his blog entry with this q/n: I wonder if that holds true across other LMS tools (Moodle, Sakai, Canvas, etc).
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Hackers are able to seize control of consumer drones and make them fall from the sky
there aren’t clear rules about what manufacturers need to do to secure drones to prevent them from being tampered with by malicious hackers.
Police have owned signal jamming tools to interfere with consumer drones for years. After all, it was a regular consumer drone that a member of ISIS turned into a kamikaze to bomb Kurdish fighters.
My note: from jamming devices, to raptors (birds) to hacking the apps – #BumpyRoad for drones
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An excellent example of practical approach to a real digital storytelling case:
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