The week of June 12, 2016
At Carnegie Mellon University, a loose crew of hackers has become a force to be reckoned within the niche cybersecurity competition known as Capture the Flag.
Computers have long outclassed humans at chess; more recently they’ve won at Go and even Jeopardy! Now they’re coming for poker. What’s that mean for their human creators?
Independent hackers often reveal security flaws that might otherwise go unfixed. So why are corporations and the government coming after them?
Owlchemy Labs’ rise to the top of gaming in VR has been fraught with challenges and risks.
This is not a game.