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Tag: Cybercrime

Reimagining the United Nations: A 2020 Vision

The intergovernmental organization was invented in 1945 to promote international cooperation after World War II. Isn’t time to devise a system of global governance that focuses on problems of the 21st century?

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Computer Passes Landmark Artificial Intelligence Test

A program built by Russian experts is the first to pass the Turing Test, which requires that some observers be unable to tell the difference between it and a human—and academics are worried about the implications for cybercrime.

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Does Cybercrime Really Cost $1 Trillion?

A handful of media stories, blog posts and academic studies have been skeptical about such attention-getting figures. But that has not stopped an array of government officials and politicians from continuing to cite them as authoritative. Now, ProPublica has found new grounds to question the data and methods used to generate them.

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