It's a welcome but overdue move from the Microsoft-owned company, which still has contracts with ICE.
The state's 40 year-old systems use COBOL and are struggling with an unprecedented number of unemployment applications.
The code IS the game.
This prepares the next generation for a future dominated by data.
A small community of people is dedicated to reviving DeepNude, a program that creates non-consensual nudes of women.
An app that algorithmically 'undressed' images of women was taken down by its creator, citing server overload and potential harms.
The $50 DeepNude app dispenses with the idea that deepfakes were about anything besides claiming ownership over women’s bodies.
Oregon prisons have banned dozens of books about technology and programming, like 'Microsoft Excel 2016 for Dummies,' citing security reasons. The state isn't alone.
The "tits to DEF CON" campaign, led by Badass Army, has already raised more than $11,000.
Vintage technology has powered the innards of the NYC subway system for decades—and sometimes, it surfaces in interesting ways. This one’s for you, OS/2 fans.
The college student used a picture of himself made to look like a girl, and posed as a 16-year-old on Tinder.