60: Breached WiFi and AI philosophy
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On this week's show, we talk about a major WiFi vulnerability that affects pretty much everything, and what it means for device security; a game about AI that's more philosophy than game (and also just a ton of fun); and Netflix's plans to bring their content to 50% original by next year. Speed round: -Facebook wants you to order food from it -Woz created a coding university -Facebook is going to be way more careful during the Canadian elections -Tesla fired a whole bunch of people -Facebook now owns tbh -Big Canadian CEOs think Amazon shouldn't come here -IGN now owns Humble BundleLinks:Wi-Fi security has been breached, say researchers | The Verge41 percent of Android phones are vulnerable to 'devastating' Wi-Fi attack | The VergeMicrosoft has already fixed the Wi-Fi attack vulnerability | The VergeEverything you need to know about KRACK, the WPA2 Wi-Fi vulnerability | Android CentralA game about AI making paperclips is the most addictive you’ll play today | The VergePaperclips: A cautionary tale about…