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Jun 24, 2022

J. Randall & S. Kalinin | Ready for Atomically Precise Manufacturing & Electron Microscopy

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, quantum physics

Foresight Molecular Machines Group.
Program & apply to join: https://foresight.org/molecular-machines/

John Randall.
Why the world is finally ready for Atomically Precise Manufacturing.

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Jun 24, 2022

Basics of Graph Neural Networks

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A free course that introduces the basics of Graph Neural Networks to give you a quick, high-level understanding.

Jun 24, 2022

5 Planets Take Center Stage as They Align in The Night Sky

Posted by in category: space

A rare, five-planet alignment will peak on June 24, allowing a spectacular viewing of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn as they line up in planetary order.

The event began at the beginning of June and has continued to get brighter and easier to see as the month has progressed, according to Diana Hannikainen, observing editor of Sky & Telescope.

A waning crescent moon will be joining the party between Venus and Mars on Friday, adding another celestial object to the lineup. The moon will represent the Earth’s relative position in the alignment, meaning this is where our planet will appear in the planetary order.

Jun 24, 2022

I Robot (extended) — The Alan Parsons Project

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Jun 24, 2022

Wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) — Mozambique

Posted by in category: futurism

Did they get GitHub Copilot to write it?

Jun 24, 2022

Amazon debuts CodeWhisperer, an AI programming assistant

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Did they get GitHub Copilot to write it?

Jun 24, 2022

How Machine Learning is Speeding Up Biomedical Breakthroughs

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

BenchSci AI software parses text and images from published papers to speed up selecting reagents and antibodies for biomedical research.

Jun 24, 2022

24,649,096,027 (24.65 Billion) Account Usernames And Passwords Have Been Leaked

Posted by in category: cybercrime/malcode

Credential abuse is something that happens only to CEOs or very rich people or employees of fortune 500 companies right? Nope. It’s everywhere, and your compromised passwords and usernames are enabling all kinds of cyber criminals to perform all kinds of account takeover (ATO) attacks. 24,649,096,027 account usernames and passwords have been leaked by cyber-threat actors, as of this year. That’s a big number―one that should shake the cyber security community at its core. But despite this number, which increases exponentially each year, and the deluge of reports highlighting the risk of insecure credentials, you still have a friend or an officemate or boss, who’s carefully typing 123,456 into a password field right now.

The Digital Shadow team collated more than 24 billion leaked credentials from the dark web. That’s a 65 percent increase from 2020, likely caused by an enhanced ability to steal credentials through new ransomwares, dedicated malware and social engineering sites, plus improved credential sharing. Within this leaked usernames and passwords, approximately 6.7 billion credentials had a unique username-and-password pairing, indicating that the credential combination was not duplicated across other databases. This number was 1.7 billion more than found in 2020, highlighting the rate of data breach across completely new credential combinations.

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Jun 24, 2022

More than 770 million records available through the Travis CI API: Anyone can extract tokens, secrets, and other credentials associated with services like GitHub, AWS, and Docker Hub

Posted by in category: security

Software development and testing platform Travis CI confirmed the second incident of exposing its users’ data in less than a year. On this occasion, the compromised records include authentication tokens that would allow access to platforms such as AWS, GitHub, and Docker Hub.

According to a report prepared by the firm Aqua Security, tens of thousands of user tokens would have been exposed through the Travis CI API, which contains more than 770 million records with multiple types of credentials belonging to users of free subscriptions.

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Jun 24, 2022

Giant Australia-to-Singapore Solar Project Targets 2024 Build

Posted by in categories: solar power, sustainability

A plan to export solar power from Australia to Singapore is advancing.


Development backed by billionaires aims to export clean power from the Northern Territory via a 2,600-mile high-voltage undersea cable.

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