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Ottimo di Benedetta Tobagi sullo stato dell'arte dei processi sul : ", servizi segreti, terrorismo neofascista. Cosa sappiamo della 41 anni dopo e cosa sta rivelando il nuovo processo ai mandanti" valigiablu.it/strage-bologna-4

"Ayant sous-traité sa défense au Pentagone et sa stratégie industrielle à ses constructeurs automobiles, l’Europe a perdu toute capacité à planifier stratégiquement sa production électronique" par Evgeny Morozov monde-diplomatique.fr/63399

@zacchiro i can't find the original source any more, but i think somebody made this for me

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As was pointed out in our previous post, the root cause of approximately 70% of security vulnerabilities that Microsoft fixes and assigns a CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) are due to memory safety issues.

Actually, the C in CVE stands for C.

« […] that are later discovered and exploited by the Insecurity Industry are introduced […] at the exact time the code is written, which makes choosing a safer language a crucial protection... and yet it’s one that few ever undertake » edwardsnowden.substack.com/p/n

« Babbo?!, ma si chiama davvero Quirico Filo Panther??? »

Quirico Filopanti + Black Panther = Quirico Filo Panther

We trained on 300k real-world code snippets from popular repositories extracted from @swheritage, achieving 92% precision and recall. Even more gory details can be found in the package. Feedback welcome, enjoy! [3/3]

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For the gory details: we have used , specifically convolutional neural networks (CNN) pretrained on generic image recognition tasks and then adapted using to the problem domain of visual programming language identification. [2/n]

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In our latest , just out on @PeerJCompSci and , we show how to visually recognize the programming of images, among many languages (150 in our experiments) and with high accuracy peerj.com/articles/cs-631/ [1/n]

Hey fellow academics! I'm considering buying a . I could use feedback on how usable it is for conducting paper , especially for double column papers, which are notoriously annoying to read on (other) readers. TIA!

Paper describing GrimoireLab, finally published in @PeerJCompSci peerj.com/articles/cs-601/ With @sduenasd @_valcos_ @dizquierdo @acstw @sanacl @alpgarcia GrimoireLab is a software development analytics toolset, come & know how it can help you

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