Drones can already fly themselves independently and may soon be able to make their own tactical decisions, writes columnist Peter Apps. With Russia about to wrap up its quadrennial "Zapad-2017" war games, Apps assesses how progress in artificial intelligence technology is fueling an international race to develop autonomous weapons platforms. "That’s a truly revolutionary shift – and one every major nation wants to lead," he writes.
In our ever changing world we have electronics where we never did before.
We have computers, tablets, and cell phones to name a few. Thinking about personal choice and of course money an iPhone is not for every one. I certainly can't afford a iPhone. I have to go with the cheapest one offred. Most all phones offer locking otions. So if lose ur phone no one can just start using it. HA ! Can u say Hackers !
Right now on the market they offer a 4 pin option, a finger print option, a face recognition option. All according to CBS this morning all are hackable.
The newest locking option is the six pin option, with limited chances makes it right now the best option out there. And not hackable YET. With the amount of pin slots and chances offered to figure it out. Yet they did not talk about the apps or programmes out there that help hackers crack these codes. Or that little pin hole that factory resets ur phone. Or what happens when u replace the Sim card.
We rely on our cell phones so much so a lot of people go threw with draws when something happens to it. We going for our tablets were we can down load a phone app. Which by the way is free and has no monthly charge. Well unless ur making payments on it.