New X-Ray technique helps researchers discover backdoors in components faster

New X-Ray technique helps researchers discover backdoors in components faster

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Trying to find backdoors in components is hard, but this technology will also let companies reverse engineer all kinds of products easier.   Love the Exponential Future? Join our XPotential Community, future proof yourself with courses from XPotential University, read about exponential tech and trends,  connect, watch...

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US Patent Office rules AI cannot be a legal inventor

US Patent Office rules AI cannot be a legal inventor

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As AI and Creative Machines become capable of autonomously innovating their own products AI is increasingly becoming both tool and inventor which throws up a whole bundle of legal questions.   Interested in the Exponential Future? Connect, download a free E-Book, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. As we...

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IBM finds a way to watermark AI’s to protect them from theft and sabotage

IBM finds a way to watermark AI’s to protect them from theft and sabotage

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Creating complex neural networks and AI’s takes a lot of expertise, money and resources so being able to watermark them will help protect them from theft.   What if machine learning models, much like photographs, movies, music, and manuscripts, could be watermarked nearly imperceptibly to denote...

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Capitalising on your Zombie Innovations

Capitalising on your Zombie Innovations

Today more and more organisations are developing Innovation Centers, albeit at a variety of different scales, and while it can be easily argued that innovation should be naturally embedded in the culture of every organisation and permeate through every department – especially those departments with customer facing roles it’s still...

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