Four short links: 9 February 2017

In-Memory Malware, Machine Ethics, Open Source Maintainer's Dashboard, and Cards Against Silicon Valley

By Nat Torkington
February 9, 2017
  1. In-Memory Malware Infesting Banks (Ars Technica) — According to research Kaspersky Lab plans to publish Wednesday, networks belonging to at least 140 banks and other enterprises have been infected by malware that relies on the same in-memory design [as Stuxnet] to remain nearly invisible. (via Boing Boing)
  2. Technical Challenges in Machine Ethics (Robohub) — interesting interview with a researcher who is attempting to implement ethics in software. Fascinating to read about the approach and challenges.
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  4. Scope — nifty tool to help busy open source maintainers stay on top of their GitHub-hosted projects…dashboard for critical issues, PRs, etc.
  5. Cards Against Silicon Valley — spot on tragicomedy.
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