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CISA, in coordination with the National Security Agency, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, as part of the Enduring Security Framework (ESF)—a cross-sector, public-private working group—released a Potential Threat Vectors to 5G Infrastructure paper. This paper identifies and assesses risks and vulnerabilities introduced by 5G. The ESF 5G Threat Model Working Panel, a subgroup...
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Source: FDA https://tinyurl.com/edvjdh3f 05/13/2021 Some consumer electronic devices, such as certain cell phones and smart watches, include high field strength magnets. Recent studies have shown that consumer electronic devices with high field strength magnets may cause certain implanted medical devices to switch to “magnet mode” and suspend normal operations until the magnet is moved away...
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Apple Podcasts Preview https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-in-a-voice/id1523584878?i=1000518953755 And we speak with a father who thinks scam artists may have used artificial intelligence to capture the essence of his son’s voice. pic.twitter.com/eAPVMdOZfg— MIT Technology Review (@techreview) May 11, 2021 Synthetic voice technologies are increasingly passing as human. But today’s voice assistants are still a far cry from the hyper-intelligent thinking...
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Source: ANFR https://www.anfr.fr/toutes-les-actualites/actualites/dingenuity-a-thomas-pesquet-quelles-frequences-sont-utilisees-depuis-lespace/ Auto-translated from French 05/12/2021 In recent weeks, the conquest of space has occupied the news a lot with the success of the flight of the first drone on Mars, Ingenuity and the arrival of the French astronaut Thomas Pesquet in the international space station where he will stay 6 months. This media interest...
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Source: https://hyperallergic.com/643295/annette-lemay-burke-fauxliage-cell-phone-towers/ Photographer Annette LeMay Burke turns her eye to one of the latest incursions on the visual landscape: cell phone towers cosplaying as trees. https://t.co/u56Xdyrj02— hyperallergic (@hyperallergic) May 11, 2021 In 66 photographs, Annette LeMay Burke explores the giant fake trees hosting crow’s nests of cellular transmitters. by Sarah Rose Sharp May 10, 2021 As...
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Summaries and assessments of selected studies In the period from mid of July to mid of October 2020, 108 new publications have been identified, and eight of these were discussed in depth by BERENIS. Based on the selection criteria, three of these publications were selected as the most relevant ones. Their summaries and assessments are...
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Source https://www.henryford.com/news/2021/02/iphone-12-deactivates-defibrillator February 04, 2021 DETROIT (February 4, 2021) – One of the newest features of the Apple iPhone 12 series of mobile devices is a strong magnet that helps align the phone on Apple’s MagSafe accessory to maximize charging – a feature that raised the curiosity of Henry Ford Heart & Vascular Institute cardiologist Gurjit Singh,...
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Co-produced by Data & Society and Public Books, “Becoming Data” is the third season of of Public Books 101, a podcast that turns a scholarly eye towards a world worth studying. https://datasociety.net/library/trailer-becoming-data/ The first episode premieres Monday, May 17, 2021. https://datasociety.simplecast.com/episodes/becoming-data-trailer In the podcast series, Natalie Kerby of Data & Society asks her guests: How...
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Source: https://www.defenseone.com/technology/2021/05/nobody-wants-rules-space/173870/ As space becomes more crowded, there’s little hope for new international rules to make it safer. By Patrick Tucker, Technology Editor May 6th, 2021 Debris from a crashing Chinese rocket hurtling toward Earth and a Russian projectile-shooting spy satellite are the two examples of a big problem: too few rules governing how nations behave in space. Wednesday...
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