The announcement will be made by the team of scientists who have been studying the several thousand planets discovered by the Kepler space telescope. Kepler is the most successful planet-hunting probe in history, having identified more than 2500 planets with another 2000 candidates that still need to be studied.
Kepler has found several planets orbiting their star in the so-called "Goldilocks Zone," where it is warm enough for liquid water to flow. The announcement may be related to one of those planets.
In issuing the release on the press conference, NASA pointed to a new way of analyzing data from Kepler.
The team at the Kepler Space Telescope has been searching for extra-terrestrial life since 2009, and now they have found something spell bounding. In the course of time, the telescope has found many Earth-sized planets on the habitable zone, and researchers believe that some of them have the possibility to support life. According to NASA officials, this startling discovery was made using machine learning supported by Google.
“The discovery was made by researchers using machine learning from Google. Machine learning is an approach to artificial intelligence, and demonstrates new ways of analyzing Kepler data,” wrote NASA officials in a recently released press release.
The comment on Word, I can appreciate. (A hammer only sees nails.) It's the "duh" that I want to address, because of course an elegant solution seem obvious after the fact: Such is the nature of elegance itself.
Does anyone have advice on making elegance sound impressive?
The company got saved and is doing a lot better thanks to some good management and restructuring, but these people have literally been here their entire "career" and are now near retirement. Quite honestly, they do not have any experience other than reinstalling Windows, binding something to the domain and the occasional driver installation and are more than willing to admit this. Given many people are now using Mac and most servers/workstations running Linux, they have literally lost complete control over the company, with most of these machines sitting around completely unmanaged.
Firing these people is nearly impossible, they have a lot of goodwill within other departments, they have quite literally worked there for more than 60 years combined and I've been tasked with attempting to retrain these people in the next 6 months.
Given they still have to do work (imaging computers and fixing basic issues), what are the best ways of retraining people into basic network, Windows, Mac, Linux, and "cloud" first-level helpdesk support.
It seems like Mercedes’ parent company Daimler didn’t think this strategy all the way through. According to a report published in German magazine Der Spiegel, Daimler picked up a Tesla Model X to put through the paces. Only the Model X in question was rented, not bought, and the car's owners are left paying thousands of dollars in repair costs.
Bavarian couple Manfred van Rinsum and Monika Kindlein often rent out their three Teslas for extra income, using rental company Sixt. When Sixt reached out to them to rent their Model X to an unknown party for seven weeks, the couple didn’t think anything of it.
It was only after they got their car back heavily damaged that the couple started trying to figure out what happened. According to Der Spiegel, the car had been disassembled and screwed back together, as well as being put through several extreme tests, including heat and vibrations.
All together, an appraiser estimated that the Tesla sustained around $20,000 in damages thanks to Daimler. Van Rinsum wrote an invoice to the company for over $100,000, adding in expenses due to lost income while the car was being repaired and a fee for breaking the rental contract, which forbids testing and disassembly.
Many routinely exceed the legal maximum shift of 11 hours and finish their days dead on their feet.
Yet they have so little time for food or toilet stops they snatch hurried meals on the run and urinate into plastic bottles they keep in their vans.
Many claim they are employed in a way that means they have no rights to holiday or sickness pay.
And some say they take home as little as £160 for a five-day week amid conditions described by one lawyer as “almost Dickensian”.
Yes, you read right: what the Devuan developers are doing is creating stability. Think about it not in a few repeating systemd bugs or about the insecurity caused by a huge, monolithic piece of software running with root privileges. Why do people favor Linux on servers over Windows? It is very easy: people don't use Windows, because it is too complex, too error prone and not suitable as a stable basis. Read it again. This is exactly what systemd introduces into Linux: error prone complexity and instability.
With systemd the main advantage to use Linux is obsolete.
The researcher created his own fuzzing framework named XDiFF that broke down programming languages per each of its core functions and fuzzed each one for abnormalities. His work exposed severe flaws in all five languages, such as a hidden flaw in PHP constant names that can be abused to perform remote code execution, and undocumented Python methods that lead to OS code execution. Arnaboldi argues that attackers can exploit these flaws even in the most secure applications built on top of these programming languages.
Please note that the point release does not constitute a new version of Debian 9 or 8 but only updates some of the packages included. There is no need to throw away old jessie or stretch DVD/CD media. After installation, packages can be upgraded to the current versions using an up-to-date Debian mirror. This stable update adds a few important corrections to packages. New installation images will be available soon at the mirrors.
Those who frequently install updates from security.debian.org won't have to update many packages, and most such updates are included in the point release. One can use the apt command or apt-get command to apply updates. A step-by-step update guide is posted here.
Banados said the quasar provides a unique baby picture of the universe when it was just 5 percent of its current age.
It would be like seeing photos of a 50-year-old man when he was 2½ years old, according to Banados.
“This discovery opens up an exciting new window to understand the early universe,” he said in an email from Pasadena, California.
The keylogging code appears to be a WPP trace. WPP software tracing is a technique used by app developers and is intended for debugging code during development. HP released a list of affected notebooks. The list is 475 models-long and includes 303 consumer notebooks and 172 commercial notebooks, mobile thin clients, and mobile workstations. Affected model lines include HP's 25*, mt**, 15*, OMEN, ENVY, Pavilion, Stream, ZBook, EliteBook, and ProBook series, along with several Compaq models. This is the second time HP engineers forgot a keylogger component inside a driver. The same thing happened in May, when they left similar keylogging code inside an audio driver.
Naturally, this greater use of multiple processes incurs a price; with this option enabled, Chrome's already high memory usage can go up by another 15 to 20 percent. As such, it's not enabled by default; instead, it's intended for use by enterprise users that are particularly concerned about organizational security. The other new capability is the ability for administrators to block extensions depending on the features those extensions need to use. For example, an admin can block any extension that tries to use file system access, that reads or writes the clipboard, or that accesses the webcam or microphone. Additionally, Google has started to deploy TLS 1.3, the latest version of Transport Layer Security, the protocol that enables secure communication between a browser and a Web server. In Chrome 63, this is only enabled between Chrome and Gmail; in 2018, it'll be turned on more widely.