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DARPA SEEKS HACK-PROOF COMPUTER CODE: It’s being tested. …the computer code underpinning the ha…

DARPA SEEKS HACK-PROOF COMPUTER CODE: It’s being tested. …the computer code underpinning the hardware was essentially unhackable with current technology. The report notes the code is “as trustworthy as a mathematical proof.” The programming approach is known as formal verification, and it’s written informally and evaluated based on whether it works or not. The language […]
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