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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Intelligence’

Josh Holloway, Wife Yessica Kumala Welcome a Baby Boy

Josh Holloway has a lot to be happy about these days. He and his wife Yessica Kumala recently welcomed a second child. According to CBS News, the 44-year-old actor revealed that his wife had given birth to their son Hunter Lee Holloway six weeks ago. On Sunday, Mar. 16, Holloway, who is currently promoting his upcoming film Sabotage, shared the news during an interview.  “He’s here, he’s …

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Edward Snowden: NSA Memo Confirms He Stole Co-Worker’s Password

According to a memo issued by the National Security Agency to members of Congress, former contractor Edward Snowden may have resorted to stealing his coworkers’ login credentials in order to gain entry to the agency’s highly classified database.  Snowden has denied the accusation and claimed the report to be incorrect. The memo also relates how Snowden obtained the Public Key …

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Marg Helgenberger Back with ‘Intelligence’

Marg Helgenberger returns to television in a new CBS drama costarring Lost‘s Josh Holloway. The drama, which premieres Tuesday at 9 p.m., centers on Holloway, who plays a high-tech intelligence operative named Gabriel. Helgenberger plays Lillian Strand, head of a top-secret US government agency in charge of cyber security. She is tasked with the mission of protecting and supervising Gabriel …

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The Top 5 Most Intelligent Dog Breeds

Out of a surveyed 122 veterinary professionals, these five dog breeds were voted as the most intelligent, according to VetStreet.com. Of course, not all canines are made the same. Often, one can find that based off anecdotal experiences with their lovable fur ball, they find their dogs to be some of the most brilliant beasts bestowed on God’s green earth. …

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Marg Helgenberger Intelligent Star of ‘Intelligence’

Marg Helgenberger, who became almost as equally known by her TV character’s name of Catherine Willows, recently reflected on the best moments of the popular television show, CSI, with TV Guide. After all, it is a pretty big deal for a television show to film 300 episodes. However, the popular actress is also focusing on her newest project the CBS …

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WashPost: NSA is Collecting Your Friends Lists

According to the Washington Post‘s latest documents provided by ex-contractor Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency routinely “harvests” the contact lists from email accounts, social media accounts, and instant messengers, some of which belong to American citizens. This is the first revelation of any kind of metadata surveillance that intercepts address books and “buddy lists.” The data is intercepted as …

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Star Trek NSA: New Command Center Unveiled

The NSA has turned to Star Trek for inspiration for its new command center. Before deciding to build their new command center with this type of a design, Keith Alexander, had used a facility at Fort Belvoir, Virignia that also had influences taken from Star Trek. At the time, Alexander was in charge of the Army’s Intelligence and Security Command, …

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Interview: What the FBI’s Social Media Monitoring Tool Could Look Like

In January, the FBI openly requested help from the tech community in the development of a social media application. The bureau is seeking a system that could help it sift through social networking sites for signs of potential terrorism, crime, or other matters of national security.

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Computer Programs That Think Like Humans

In the 1800s, “intelligence” meant that you were good at memorizing things. Today “intelligence” is measured through IQ tests where the average score for humans is 100. Researchers at the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have created a computer program that can score 150. IQ tests are based on two types …

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