Ten years ago, we never thought of our mobile devices as being targeted by hackers. But with our increasing reliance on smartphones and tablet computers, cyber crooks have invaded this technology as well.
News broke last week that Verizon had throttled California firefighters' Internet data speeds during a wildfire crisis. Naturally, the public was outraged that the telecommunications giant put profit ahead of public safety.
American Public University STEM Dean Dr. Ahmed Naumaan dives into the current state of artificial intelligence and its future capabilities. Will the future of AI be a burden or beneficial to our society?