Security protocols weren’t designed to protect artificial intelligence programs. This has serious implications for human safety.
When a voting machine interferes with election results, where are the consequences to that company? How can a citizen be confident that his or her vote counted for something, or was counted at all?
Algorithms have been proven to breach human rights regulations. How often is this happening and who suffers from it? Certainly not the companies (wittingly or unwittingly) breaking the law.
Can we be certain that there aren’t more homicides resulting from cyber-attacks? Without effective monitoring systems in place, the answer is no.
A woman requiring immediate medical attention for an aneurism was turned away from the hospital emergency in Düsseldorf, Germany, and sent to another hospital, delaying her care by one hour. En route, she died.
On page 181, Toyota notes that its cruise control feature can cause the car to change lanes, sway, swerve off the road . . . design feature or glitch?
When Comcast rolled out their new “listen-in” feature, they delivered a glitch that allows people to unwittingly peer into other people’s homes.
In 2019, Volkswagen hailed the new Golf 8 as the “greatest leap forward” since the model debuted 45 years earlier. And just a few months
Since 2014, as the amount of software in cars increased, the number of highway traffic deaths both in the U.S, and other countries increased significantly.
You may not believe this, but a “ghost glitch” is actually a technical term of sorts. It means that there’s a problem that appears, disappears,
There was a time when manufacturers prided themselves on the quality and reliability of the products they sold. Remember the “lonely Maytag™ repairman” commercial? These