A Twitter employee who works on machine learning believes that a proactive, algorithmic solution to white supremacy would also catch Republican politicians.
"I can absolutely make a big traffic problem all over the world," the hacker said.
The meeting will last 30 minutes, and touch on "the health of the public conversation on Twitter," according to an internal Twitter email obtained by Motherboard.
Dadabots was developed by two music technologists who wanted to prove that a neural network was capable of capturing the subtle stylistic differences between Black Metal, Math Rock and other lesser-known genres.
Today was destined to be a spectacular disaster. So, I decided to make a fake #Resistance account and see if I could capitalize on the release of the report by gaining followers and praise.
With access to the source code, a group of dedicated fans is now tinkering with the Zork Implementation Language (ZIL).
"Public Sans," a sharp new typeface for interface design has been made freely available, courtesy of a somewhat unusual source: the United States federal government.
It was supposed to be the "first seastead in international waters" — a small white box protruding from the waves off the coast of Phuket, Thailand, occupied by two would-be pioneers in pursuit of a new life unfettered by national laws. Then the Royal Thai Navy filed a criminal complaint with police under a section of the criminal code that concerns threats to national sovereignty.
For years, the arrest and case has been kept under-wraps. Friday, a court sentenced Thomas White to 5 years and 4 months for his role in running a huge dark web drug marketplace.
iPhone Activation Lock is a pretty robust security mechanism, but a new analysis shows tens of thousands of perfectly working iPhones are scrapped because of it.
Internal documents obtained by Motherboard detail the planning of an anti-package theft operation that used fake Amazon boxes rigged with GPS location trackers.
"Dota Auto Chess," a mod of "Dota 2," which itself is based on a mod for "Warcraft 3," has millions of players and growing.
Jones is getting sued for allegedly violating the copyright of Pepe the Frog's creator by selling Pepe posters on Infowars.
Skype's conferencing feature now allows double the participants, so I tested it out.
Is it possible to take down the internet by physically attacking its infrastructure?
Security researchers have found a new kind of government malware that was hiding in plain sight within apps on Android's Play Store.
After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
An iconic glacier in Greenland is growing again after two decades of shrinking. But that doesn't mean things are looking up, experts say — just the opposite. The icy behemoth remains a looming climate threat.
On April 1, New York state will pass its annual budget. Experts say this might be the year that the state finally passes congestion pricing. The question is whether legislators can do it ethically.
A consumer spyware vendor left a lot of incredibly sensitive and private data, including intimate pictures and private call recordings, for all to see on a server freely accessible over the internet. And it still hasn't taken the data down.