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About 345 results for "votes or money theory and evidence from the us congress"
From contract issues to liability to security requirements, the legal burdens have expanded for IT leaders.
Cyberwar isn't going to be about hacking power stations. It's going to be far more subtle, and more dangerous.
Symantec is hot on the digital trail of Butterfly, a group of hackers who have successfully exfiltrated corporate secrets from 49 organizations in more than 20 countries.
Cognitive biases are well-known in psychology, but they also play out daily in IT security. There's a relatively simple solution to overcoming these biases.
An electronic/digital library is concentrated on collection of digital objects including scientific journals, books, etc. along with techniques for organizing, storing and retrievi...
OpenStack has a fantastic community, which may be its biggest problem. Matt Asay explains.
Vague sets theory separates the evidences in favour and against of an element in a set which provides better mechanism to handle impreciseness and uncertainty. This paper is to han...
The Quantum Nature of Identity in Human Thought: Bose-Einstein Statistics for Conceptual Indistinguishability
Increasing experimental evidence shows that humans combine concepts in a way that violates the rules of classical logic and probability theory. On the other hand, mathematical mode...
The security of computer networks is one of the major concerns. In this paper, the authors propose a multi-layer selection and mining methods for effective intrusion detection, whi...
Harvard psychology professor Joshua D. Greene spoke at the 2014 IdeaFestival about how to overcome the instincts that separate us and encourage cooperation between groups.