I beg to differ, case in point: cash.
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) December 17, 2019
Tools for creating highly-convincing fake identities, and automatically maintaining and growing them over time, are already becoming mature and widely-available and will only get better. AI can’t reliably detect fake identities, because AI keeps getting better at making fakes. https://t.co/uhOnnyf4Fp
— Bryan Ford (@brynosaurus) December 16, 2019
2 years ago, I stood on stage challenging standards bodies to make #UX researchers a required part of developing #identity standards. Last year, @ashk4n’s concept of abusability testing seemed like an important add. Here, @heathervescent points out how far we still have to go. https://t.co/yCsv505haO
— Nishant Kaushik (@NishantK) December 11, 2019
Asking the industry to "fix things" is like asking a drug addict to write a drug prohibition law. What we need instead is to go beyond insufficient data encryption and broken consent. What we need is reasonable regulation incl. safeguards, privacy-by-design and judicial oversight https://t.co/jvowg7ngr7
— Jerome Buchler (@IdemConsult) December 11, 2019