If you want true Darwinion innovation, try nuclear weapons instead...
Or what did the article author mean with "For any technological development to be possible, the technology needs to drive itself with the fuel of Darwinian innovation". Given the nature of the subject, maybe he should have picked a
Several years later it finally keeled over, taking down its bald rider with it. Yeehaah!
GPL 3 rocks!
So now that we don't have delivery drones yet. How would you stop a drone attack? Is it more easy?
Yes. Because just spotting a drone is easier than to tell "is it a good drone or a bad drone"?
Just see here how quickly drones can be dealt with: German Pirate Party Uses Drone to Crash Angela Merkel Event. An arrest was made in no time.
Just image the same thing 10 years from now, and everybody would just go "don't worry, it's just somebody in the audience who ordered a pizza to his lap" until it is too late, and the chancellor would have something gooee and red on her face which isn't ketchup...
As soon as it lands, they throw a blanket over it (making the camera useless), or they just ignore the camera altogether. Then they break the drone open with a bit of violence (it won't be difficult, since weight is a big issue for the drone), and they're off.
If it lands, it's at the point where it's going to deliver the package anyways. So why bother with blankets and breaking it open, rather than just wait 30 seconds for it to "voluntarily" drop its package? Unless the point is to steal the drone itself, rather than its cargo...
At least they can hide it though.
So well that even the rightful owner will only find it several months later...
Nice job marketers! You've managed to completely confuse users what a certificate is for, and why it matters. Hint: it's not about trusting the server that you're talking to, it's about trusting the path from you to the server!
I'm 99% percent sure that the hacker didn't attempt anything smarter than set up his own doctored openwrt Wifi access point in a well-traveled location, with a man-in-the-middle on it, and without even bothering to make a particularly good forgery of the mail server's certificate.
You don't fill it out on the plane anymore. You fill it out in advance electronically.
Interesting to know. Then indeed, it could catch issues such as this.... if people don't go "in the olden days we could fill it out on the plane, so nowadays it's certainly ok to fill it out the night before departure"...
Honestly honey, I didn't mean to say that. It was google!
And this is different from what Google mail does already now exactly how?
A friend of mine has a gmail account, and on occasion sends out really bizarre mails (mails littered with asterisks, with completely messed up quoting, with subject line completely unrelated to the contents,