The AI Research Paper Was Real. The ‘Coauthor’ Wasn't

The AI Research Paper Was Real. The ‘Coauthor’ Wasn't

“The fundamental challenge that we face is that publishing has, for decades, functioned based on trust,” says Suzanne Farley, research integrity director at Springer Nature.

The Gear to Carry on Your Bikepacking Adventure

The Gear to Carry on Your Bikepacking Adventure

As for choosing a ride, “It’s not the sexiest aspect of a bike, but comfort is number one to consider when bikepacking,” says Kershaw.

Facebook’s Head of Product Leaves After Privacy Pivot

Facebook’s Head of Product Leaves After Privacy Pivot

Facebook’s Head of Product Leaves After Privacy Pivot Chris Cox announced his resignation one week after Mark Zuckerberg published his privacy manifesto. Last week, Mark Zuckerberg published a manifesto about privacy that offered up a new direction for the company, one based on encrypted messaging and the interoperability of all of the messaging platforms that Cox oversees.

Security News This Week: Employees May Have Snooped on Ring Security Camera Feeds

Security News This Week: Employees May Have Snooped on Ring Security Camera Feeds

This exposed the fact that though carriers insist they don’t sell location tracking data to third parties, they, uh, still do. That Massive German Politician Hack Was the Work of a 20-Year-Old Last week, politicians and celebrities in Germany were doxxed, their intimate information splashing out for all to see.