Sean Gallagher, Ars Technica

Sean Gallagher

Ars Technica

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Sean:

Machine learning, concluded: Did the “no-code” tools beat manual analysis?

In the finale of our experiment, we look at how the low/no-code tools performed. → Read More

Setting our heart-attack-predicting AI loose with “no-code” tools

In the second part of this three-part series, our heart attack predictions take flight. → Read More

No code, no problem—we try to beat an AI at its own game with new tools

In part one of three, we give the cloud a new problem to (heart) attack. → Read More

How to make critical infrastructure safer—there’s a long way to go

At Ars Frontiers, Lesley Carhart spoke about the systems that make our world work. → Read More

Securing your digital life, the finale: Debunking worthless “security” practices

We tear down some infosec conventional wisdom—there's a lot of bad advice out there. → Read More

Securing your digital life, part three: How smartphones make us vulnerable

Phone scams, targeted phishing, and... pig butchering? The future is kind of scary. → Read More

What a “converged battlefield” means to the future of air… I mean, joint warfare

"Any sensor, any shooter" means more fighting flexibility—and more complexity. → Read More

Securing your digital life, part two: The bigger picture—and special circumstances

We did the basics—now let's look at some more detailed steps to protect yourself. → Read More

Securing your digital life, part one: The basics

In this first of two parts, we go over some security steps everyone should be taking. → Read More

Ars AI headline experiment finale—we came, we saw, we used a lot of compute time

Turns out it's really hard to make a machine-learning model to evaluate headlines. → Read More

Our AI headline experiment continues: Did we break the machine?

In part three of four, we look at what's gone right, and what's gone... less than right. → Read More

Feeding the machine: We give an AI some headlines and see what it does

In part two of our series, we attempt to learn the ways of the machine. → Read More

Is our machine learning? Ars takes a dip into artificial intelligence

In the first part of a new series, we look at matching the problem to the tool. → Read More

SitRep: Is the F-35 now officially a failure?

Cost overruns, other issues prompt Air Force to look for "clean sheet" fighter. → Read More

Touch of gray: The Air Force can’t retire the Boeing 707

In this installment of SitRep, we look at the 707's longevity as a military workhorse. → Read More

The connected battlespace, part two: The fault in our (joint) stars

Joint All-Domain Command & Control ("JADC2") is the new hotness—but will it really work? → Read More

The history of the connected battlespace, part one: command, control, and conquer

Since the end of World War II, the US and allies have tried to network-enable war. → Read More

You can’t unsee Tedlexa, the Internet of Things/AI bear of your nightmares

From the archives: Teddy Ruxpin + Arduino + Raspberry Pi + Alexa = What could go wrong? → Read More

WarGames for real: How one 1983 exercise nearly triggered WWIII

From the archives: Say hello to the KGB software model that forecasted mushroom clouds. → Read More

The old way of handing out corporate hardware doesn’t work anymore

It’s no longer just about issuing a laptop—the world and our requirements have changed. → Read More