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    1. WannaCry virus - Hackers used Google Translate to write ransom note, say experts

      WannaCry virus - Hackers used Google Translate to write ransom note, say experts

      1 of 15 14 of the biggest cyber-attacks, hacks and data breaches in history Flashpoint’s researchers studied the ransom notes and fond whoever wrote it was likely either “native or at least fluent” in Chinese. Out of the 28 different notes, the security firm said only two Chinese character versions and the English version were written by a human. The other 25 notes appear to have been an English note that was put through Google Translate.

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    2. Scientists to soon understand 'dolphins language and be able to speak to them like humans'

      Scientists to soon understand 'dolphins language and be able to speak to them like humans'

      We hope to be able to understand dolphins with the help of artificial intelligence technology Jussi Karlgren Jussi Karlgren, an adjunct professor of language technology at KTH and co-founder of Gavagai, told Bloomberg Technology last month: “We hope to be able to understand dolphins with the help of artificial intelligence technology.

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