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17 September, 2019

Artificial intelligence: the only way is ethics

Vivek Nallur, assistant professor at University College Dublin, discussed aspects such as implicit bias during his talk at CERN

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Computing
05 September, 2019
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05 September, 2019

Computer Security: Un-confidentiality when using external e-mail

Using the CERN e-mail service gives you some flexibility, but some current practices can have severe implications for password secrecy and the confidentiality of certain documents sent by e-mail

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Computing
05 September, 2019
Computing
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05 September, 2019

Computer Security: Professional access to private devices

Once you are connected to CERN’s wired or wireless networks, you are bound by CERN’s Computing Rules, which requires you to always keep your system up-to-date, fully patched and protected against unauthorised access

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Computing
15 August, 2019

Intelligence and Ethics in Machines – Utopia or Dystopia?

Artificial intelligence raises a host of ethical questions. Vivek Nallur of University College Dublin will give an overview of these on 21 August

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Computing
12 August, 2019
Computing
Announcement
12 August, 2019

Migration to Windows 10 due to Windows 7 End of Life

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Computing
26 July, 2019
Computing
Announcement
26 July, 2019

Computer Security: Click me – NOT!

In late June, CERN was subjected to a wave of seemingly targeted e-mails containing a potentially malicious PDF or DOC attachment

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Computing
24 July, 2019
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24 July, 2019

Computer Security: When your mike spies on you

Here are two new twists – probably still theoretical, but both pointing towards new ways to spy on you by misusing your microphone…

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Computing
12 July, 2019