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Artificial Intelligence (Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the science and technology that seeks to create intelligent computational systems. Researchers in AI use advanced techniques in computer science, logic, and mathematics to build computers and robots that can...Read More.

Cyber Crime (Encyclopedia of Business and Finance)

Cybercriminals use computer systems to commit crimes, including computer infiltration, espionageextortion, identify theft, theft, fraud, child pornography and exploitation, cyber obscenity, and critical infrastructure attacks...Read More.

Data Mining (Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics)

Data mining refers to the process of discovering useful patterns in very large databases. It uses methods from Statistics, machine learning, and database management to restructure and analyze data to extract knowledge or information from the...Read More.

Social Media (Gale Encyclopedia of Everyday Law)

Social media, also known as social networking, includes Internet-based services that allow individuals to construct a public or semi-public profile within a system, created by the service, create a list of other users with whom they share a...Read More.

Artificial Intelligence (Encyclopedia of Business and Finance)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the branch of computer science and engineering devoted to the creation of intelligent machines and the software to run them. This process is “artificial” because once it is programmed into the machine, it occurs...Read More.


Cyberwarfare is the use of computers to penetrate or impair an enemy's computer systems. The term can refer to physical attacks on computer hardware, but it usually means damage inflicted through hands-off computational conflict...Read More.

Robotics (UXL Encyclopedia of Science)

Robotics is the science of designing and building machines (robots) that are directed by computers to perform tasks traditionally carried out by humans. The word robot comes from a play written in 1920 by the Czech author Karel Capek...Read More.

Video Games ( Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics)

Video games may be defined as games involving electronic technology in which real-time interactive game events are depicted graphically on a screen through pixel-based imaging. Elements one would expect to find in a game are conflict ...Read More.