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Expert: Casinos have invested heavily in security since 2017 shooting but there’s more to do – CDC Gaming Reports

Las Vegas casinos have spent millions of dollars upgrading camera systems and adding artificial intelligence to detect threats in the aftermath of the Oct 1, 2017 mass shooting on the Strip that killed 58 people. Despite those efforts, gaming security expert Douglas Florence Sr., a former director of surveillance at the Mirage and Rio resorts…
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Revolutionary ‘Robotic Blacksmithing’ Technology Could Revive US Manufacturing

Revolutionary ‘Robotic Blacksmithing’ Technology Could Revive US Manufacturing — Read on scitechdaily.com/revolutionary-robotic-blacksmithing-technology-could-revive-us-manufacturing/

Scientists Develop World’s First ‘Unhackable’ Encryption System

Now, researchers from the University of St Andrews have claimed to have developed an ‘unhackable’ encryption system that stores data in the form of light. The chip designed by the researchers generates one-time-only key when data is sent through it. — Read on fossbytes.com/scientists-develop-worlds-first-unhackable-encryption-system/


AppCensus — Read on search.appcensus.io/

Lumen Privacy Monitor | ICSI

Lumen Privacy Monitor | ICSI — Read on www.icsi.berkeley.edu/icsi/projects/networking/haystack

Sorry—organic farming is actually worse for climate change – MIT Technology Review

The practice cuts greenhouse-gas emissions only if you ignore the inconvenient fact that it requires a lot more land. — Read on www.technologyreview.com/s/614605/sorryorganic-farming-is-actually-worse-for-climate-change/

How Friendly Fire During Second World War Triggered the slow death of the pound in your pocket

On Sept 6 1939, just three days after the declaration of war, a squadron of Hurricanes was scrambled from North Weald, Essex. — Read on www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/10/08/friendly-fire-second-world-war-triggered-slow-death-pound-pocket/

DARPA aims to make networks 100 times speedier with FastNIC | TechCrunch

Having a slow connection is always frustrating, but just imagine how supercomputers feel. All those cores doing all kinds of processing at lightning speed, but in the end they’re all waiting on an outdated network interface to stay in sync. DARPA doesn’t like it. So DARPA wants to change it — specifically by making a…
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MIT Fellow and NYU Math Professor Says Libra Copied Off Co-Authored Paper

An MIT academic has claimed that Libra used parts of a co-authored paper of his, which outlines a proposal for an asset basket-backed virtual currency. — Read on cointelegraph.com/news/mit-fellow-and-nyu-math-professor-says-libra-copied-off-co-authored-paper

Flight provider BlackBird adding 100+ electric airplanes by 2020 – Electrek

BlackBird, an on-demand flight service that’s been called “Uber for planes,” is partnering with Bye Aerospace to add more than 100 electric airplanes to its platform. — Read on electrek.co/2019/05/22/blackbird-100-electric-airplanes/