Nepali researcher from remote village invents cybersecurity tools

By Katia Moskvitch

From left to right, IBM scientists Marc Ph. Stoecklin, Jiyong Jang and Dhilung Kirat.
Kirat’s first program could solve any Rubik’s Cube’s orientation problem. Credit: Dhilung Kirat
DeepLocker a technique that could be used to evade AI-powered malware.
Kirat is an avid drone photographer. This is an aerial vertorama taken with a DJI Phantom 3 pro of the IBM T.J Watson Research Center where he works. The image is of three photos manually stitched together. Credit: Dhilung Kirat

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