A recent report from the US Government Accountability Office paints a very bleak picture of the cyber security of modern US weapons systems.
Rank and file workers at Google, including a number of senior engineers, have submitted a letter to senior management to protest against a decision to provide technology to a US Defence Department programme that uses artificial intelligence to interpret video images and assist in targeting enemies in drone strikes.
The latest draft of the National Defence Authorisation Act has recommended that the Department of Defence be prohibited from using software platforms from cyber security company Kaspersky Lab.
Hi JJI'll ask and find out.Cheers,Alex
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