It's like saying "Anyone can rob a bank", but it takes an incredible amount of skill to rob the bank, get what you came for, and then get away with it.
Considering the cyber kill chain, the good thing for security is they only have to catch the attacker at any one point in the campaign to be...
Most interviewers will pick up on if you are socially awkward within the first 10 minutes. I agree with the recommendation to join Toastmasters or some other small group where you interact with multiple people. Good luck.
Sounds like this is a good candidate for the Astronomy and Cosmology FAQ (which is actually hidden in the Astronomy forum). Even when these questions are repetative, I always enjoy reading interesting and fresh perspectives like the one from @kimbyd.
That depends on if you are selling a solution to a problem someone is willing to pay for. There’s a rule-of-thumb that says if you aren't profitable after doing something for a year, it’s just a hobby.
Heres one from just last month, unfortunately locked. : )
I really like this sequence: Is it really big? > Yes > Are your retinas burning? > Yes > Sun
Correct me if I’m wrong, but my understanding of this is a new model for inertia using Unruh radiation:
My question is this: If Unruh radiation is dynamically equivalent to Hawking radiation, is its effect significant enough to affect the inertial mass of gravitationally bound objects?
The conversion to TEX doesn’t seem like it will help you much since it’s introducing several problems itself. Unless you can copy and modify the raw code for the original you are working on, posting a picture like you first mentioned is probably your best bet.
My understanding is these chips work as an ASIC attached to a classical computer system, which is used for solving NP-complete problems. The applications for QC in my field (cybersecurity) is breaking cryptography (something the NSA is said to have invested in), and machine learning, which has...
I'm not sure how much it applies to gaming AI, but the most interesting approach to AI I've seen was posted by @Demystifier recently:
Turns out they were indeed hacked in a “separate” incident in March, which is when the Struts vulnerability came out.
I understand it's difficult to explain how SMBHs have grown so large in relation to the age of the observable universe, is there any correlation between the size of SMBHs and the expected dark matter in their galaxies?
Our Struts servers were getting attacked within hours of that exploit being released, but the web application firewalls stopped them dead in their tracks, same with the last one earlier this month. I suspect Equifax was compromised several months before July based on what I saw coming at out...
I agree and would answer "Not yet". AI can't help you when a drunk/texting driver blows through a stop light and t-bones you. I would feel safer if all cars were computer operated (unlikely to happen in my lifetime).