[Vidéo humour] L’ordinateur Deep Blue n’a jamais gagné contre un joueur d’échec professionnel
L'ordinateur Deep Blue n'a jamais gagné contre un joueur d'échec :p
10 février 1996 ♦ Kasparov, le champion du monde d'échecs, est battu par un ordinateur.
Psy Makes $8.1 Million By Ignoring Copyright Infringements Of Gangnam Style
Novel Way to Treat Chronic Kidney Disease and Heart Failure Identified
Passport Fraud: Forge Up To Three Before It’s A Crime – Someone Willfully Put It In The New Immigration Bill – Who? by Maggie • July 22, 2013
How war is thwarting the fight against polio
People in Syria and Pakistan risk their lives to vaccinate children... because it is THAT important. How shameful that so many Americans could take this privilege for granted and even balk at it.
Freakonomics » Is the Paradox of Choice Not So Paradoxical After All? Here are two perspectives (one for and one kind of against) that too much choice can lead to decision paralysis and unhappiness
The Moral Failure of Computer Scientists
In the 1950s, a group of scientists spoke out against the dangers of nuclear weapons. Should cryptographers take on the surveillance state?
Mander's book is an angry protest against the uncritical adoption of technology, the expansion of capitalism, and the centralization of political power. He warns that these trends will lead to a New World Order dominated by multinational corporations, resulting in devastation of the earth's natural environment and native cultures. Mander argues that technologies like television and computers extend corporate control in society and promote the uncaring consumption of natural resources.
Massive leaps in computing power, hidden layers, hardware backdoors -- encrypting sensitive data from prying eyes is more precarious than ever