Affectiva's Q Sensor Biometric devices wrapped around the wrists of students would identify which classroom moments excite and interest them -- and which fall flat. The Bill & Melinda Gates foundation has given US$ 1,4 million in grants to several university researchers to begin testing the devices in middle-school classrooms this fall.
This article relates cyber wars between corporations as a 'cold war' involving espionage and intellectual theft of property. Classified programs are being developed, that most of the public is not aware of. Cyber criminals use tactics such as making threats to attack their enemies.
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Defense Systems - Cyber threats “dangerous” and “insidious,” says SecDef Hagel: The United States knows the origin of cyber attacks against it, and is dealing with them through “public diplomacy and private engagement,” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said recently while en route to Singapore, specifically mentioning engagement with China, which has been linked to many of these attacks.