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Discussing with AI Historical figures of Silicon Valley

Discussing with AI Historical figures of Silicon Valley

On March 7th, 2023, at MIT, the CEO of Boston Global Forum and Board Member of History of AI Initiative, Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, met with Tom Kehler and Kim Polese at MIT to discuss their contributions to the field of artificial intelligence, and how they can participate...

Israel, Turkey moving closer again

  The Washington Post reports that Israel and Turkey have agreed to repair ties "after six years of strained relations over a deadly Israeli raid on a Turkish ship delivering aid to Gaza in 2010, officials said Monday. Ten Turkish activists were killed in the...

Xi pushing even tougher controls on Internet

  The  Chinese government continues to tighten  its control of the Internet in the country as part of its effort  to suppress dissent. The government of President Xi Jinping will enact a law that will force social-network operators to comply with "public morals''...

Intel mulls selling cybersecurity unit

  You would think that with all the cybersecurity threats these days that a company like Intel would want to hang on to its cybersecurity unit. But in fact, Intel is considering selling Intel Security, including perhaps McAfee, the anti-virus company, Bloomberg...

Biden warns Xi about Japan’s nuclear potential

  U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden has warned Chinese President Xi Jinping that Japan could  acquire nuclear weapons “virtually overnight.” Mr. Biden said that he had urged Mr. Xi to push North Korea  to abandon its missile and nuclear- weapons developments. But...

Fletcher School dean: Cyberinsecurity is biggest threat to U.S.

  In this video, James Stavridis, dean of the Fletcher School for Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, explains in this video why cyberinsecurity is the biggest threat to the United States. To see and hear him, please hit this link.  

SEC sues man in hacking case

  Reuters reports that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued Idris Dayo Mustapha, a British man it said hacked into several American investors' online brokerage accounts and made unauthorized stock trades. A federal judge froze his assets after the...