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wired.com — Andrew Ng wants to bring deep learning - an emerging computer science field that seeks to mimic the human brain with hardware and software - into the DIY era. Last year at Google he built a computerized brain that worked as a cat detector.
news.cnet.com — Ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden says Americans' domestic communications are perused by National Security Agency "on the certification of an analyst rather than a warrant." (Credit: Getty Images) Edward Snowden, who became famous for leaking top-secret U.S. government documents, said today that the National Security Agency can get a look at information from Americans' domestic phone calls without a warrant.
guardian.co.uk — It is the interview the world's media organisations have been chasing for more than a week, but instead Edward Snowden is giving Guardian readers the exclusive.
nydailynews.com — Singel: As we wrestle with the recent revelations about the National Security Agency's data mining and surveillance, it's worth taking a moment to understand just how impossible it is to live, work and breathe in the United States without someone, somewhere knowing exactly what you're up to.
washingtonpost.com — What exactly STELLARWIND did has never been disclosed in an unclassified form. Which parts of it did Comey approve? Which did he shut down? What became of the programs when the crisis passed and Comey, recently nominated to become FBI director, returned to private life?
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - When the United Arab Emirates wanted to create its own version of the National Security Agency, it turned to Booz Allen Hamilton to replicate the world's largest and most powerful spy agency in the sands of Abu Dhabi. It was a natural choice: The chief architect of Booz Allen's cyberstrategy is Mike McConnell, who once led the N.S.A.
scmp.com — Top-secret US government records shown to Post by whistle-blower give details of computer IP addresses hacked by NSA in HK and mainland
cbsnews.com — WASHINGTON Top U.S. intelligence officials said Saturday that information gleaned from two controversial data-collection programs run by the National Security Agency thwarted potential terrorist plots in the U.S. and more than 20 other countries - and that gathered data is destroyed every five years.
thehill.com — A briefing by senior intelligence officials on surveillance programs failed to attract even half of the Senate. A recent briefing by senior intelligence officials on surveillance programs failed to attract even half of the Senate, showing the lack of enthusiasm in Congress for learning about classified security programs.
news.cnet.com — National Security Agency discloses in secret Capitol Hill briefing that thousands of analysts can listen to domestic phone calls. That authorization appears to extend to e-mail and text messages too. (Credit: Getty Images) The National Security Agency has acknowledged in a new classified briefing that it does not need court authorization to listen to domestic phone calls.
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