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ACRI 2012

Submission Deadline Extended to April 7, 2012 Cellular automata (CA) present a very powerful approach to the study of spatio-temporal systems where complex phenomena build up out of many simple local interactions. They account often for real phenomena … → Read More: ACRI 2012

Lecture of Prof. Kowalski

Watch online the latest lecture from Professor Robert Kowalski (Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Fellow, Department of Computing, Imperial College, London, UK) (March 8th, 2012 at 12:00-14:00, Auditorium III, AUTH Research Committee ) Details Vi… → Read More: Lecture of Prof. Kowalski

Search My Logs of Affiliate Fraud

Since 2004, I’ve been tracking and reporting all manner of rogue affiliates — using spyware and adware to cover competitors’ sites; using trickier spyware and adware to claim commission on merchants’ organic traffic; typosquatting; stuffing cookies th… → Read More: Search My Logs of Affiliate Fraud

Search My Logs of Affiliate Fraud

Since 2004, I’ve been tracking and reporting all manner of rogue affiliates — using spyware and adware to cover competitors’ sites; using trickier spyware and adware to claim commission on merchants’ organic traffic; typosquatting; stuffing cookies th… → Read More: Search My Logs of Affiliate Fraud

Facing Prosopagnosia

In the past few years, prosopagnosia, also known as “face blindness”, has received a fair amount of attention from researchers, as well as from the popular press. My first exposure to the topic was Joshua Davis’s article entitled “Face Blind“, which appeared in Wired in November 2006. I was intrigued, especially since I’d long recognized […] → Read More: Facing Prosopagnosia

Facing Prosopagnosia

In the past few years, prosopagnosia, also known as “face blindness”, has received a fair amount of attention from researchers, as well as from the popular press. My first exposure to the topic was Joshua Davis’s article entitled “Face Blind“, which appeared in Wired in November 2006. I was intrigued, especially since I’d long recognized […] → Read More: Facing Prosopagnosia

Facing Prosopagnosia

In the past few years, prosopagnosia, also known as “face blindness”, has received a fair amount of attention from researchers, as well as from the popular press. My first exposure to the topic was Joshua Davis’s article entitled “Face Blind“, which appeared in Wired in November 2006. I was intrigued, especially since I’d long recognized […] → Read More: Facing Prosopagnosia

Facing Prosopagnosia

In the past few years, prosopagnosia, also known as “face blindness”, has received a fair amount of attention from researchers, as well as from the popular press. My first exposure to the topic was Joshua Davis’s article entitled “Face Blind“, which appeared in Wired in November 2006. I was intrigued, especially since I’d long recognized […] → Read More: Facing Prosopagnosia

Facing Prosopagnosia

In the past few years, prosopagnosia, also known as “face blindness”, has received a fair amount of attention from researchers, as well as from the popular press. My first exposure to the topic was Joshua Davis’s article entitled “Face Blind“, which appeared in Wired in November 2006. I was intrigued, especially since I’d long recognized […] → Read More: Facing Prosopagnosia

Facing Prosopagnosia

In the past few years, prosopagnosia, also known as “face blindness”, has received a fair amount of attention from researchers, as well as from the popular press. My first exposure to the topic was Joshua Davis’s article entitled “Face Blind“, which appeared in Wired in November 2006. I was intrigued, especially since I’d long recognized […] → Read More: Facing Prosopagnosia