And that's assuming they view it (aka sovereignty) as a problem to begin with.
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) May 12, 2018
The amazing Assistant technology of automatic voice calls indistinguishable from humans highlights how obsolete current #ePrivacy proposals already are. People should have a right to know when they speak to a machine. Not only privacy, but also ethics. #GDPR pic.twitter.com/SIOOi0wc5j
— Lukasz Olejnik (@lukOlejnik) May 10, 2018
Consistency and Availabilty: two features a distributed network can't simultaneously provide; it has to choose one. #blockchain chooses availability, achieving consistency later. CAP Theorem describes this dilemma, and we just made a #CryptoGraphic on it: https://t.co/rX771181F8
— CryptoGraphics (@CryptoGfx) May 4, 2018
Visit booth at #408 at #connectID18 for ourBorder Control and Identity solutions from our Trusted Partner @SICPA at booth #410 OneVisage offers a strong 3D Facial Biometric solution that runs on 3 bn smart phones with a regular 2D camera. To know more contact @gajjala_praveen pic.twitter.com/MLh0kaDbr7
— OneVisage (@OneVisageSa) April 30, 2018
Face recognition commercialization:
1. Upload a selfie to wechat official account.
2. Run Shanghai half-marathon.
3. Within hours get back photos of yourself (from 000's of pics by freelance photographers).
4. Pay $1 to buy unwatermarked images.
(c/o Neil Nand) pic.twitter.com/us94xWR1eN
— Connie Chan (@conniechan) April 25, 2018
Things experts told me:
The web will never scale.
Big business will never be comfortable with online commerce.
Java is the future.
ActiveX is the future.
Flash is the future.
The digital divide is the greatest challenge of our generation.
All wrong. Experts are full of shit https://t.co/hTZBjNufa4
— Wayne Vaughan (@WayneVaughan) April 23, 2018