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Jun 3, 2019

Why Quantum Computing Requires Quantum Cryptography

Posted by in categories: computing, encryption, internet, quantum physics

Quantum computing is cool, but you know what would be extra awesome — a quantum internet. In fact if we want the first we’ll need the latter. And the first step to the quantum internet is quantum cryptography.

Aired: 05/31/19

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May 30, 2019

In new space race, companies jostle for $1 trillion market

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, humor, internet, space travel

“We joke that ‘The Martian’ would have been a much more boring movie,” said Justin Kugler, a vice president at Made In Space.

Fifty years after the first men walked on the moon, a new space race is underway, this one for a piece of what Wall Street analysts say could become a $1 trillion global space market. Around the world, companies such as Made In Space are launching — often literally — new products and services, building satellites to provide broadband internet, spaceships to take tourists on zero-gravity rendezvous, and mining equipment to extract minerals from asteroids.

On HoustonChronicle.com: Elon Musk injects ‘X’ factor into space quest with bold vision, mixed track record.

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May 30, 2019

The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Cybernetics

Posted by in categories: cyborgs, internet, robotics/AI

This post by Prof. Kevin Warwick originally appeared at OpenMind.

Article from the book There’s a Future: Visions for a Better World

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May 30, 2019

Decentralizing Bitcoin’s Last Mile With Mobile Mesh Networks

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, internet

How you can use Bitcoin without relying on centralized Internet Service Providers.

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May 29, 2019

Video of a 5G-powered police chase triggers concern in China

Posted by in categories: internet, surveillance

5G means faster video streaming… and stronger surveillance.

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May 29, 2019

Defense against wireless attacks using a deep neural network and game theory

Posted by in categories: business, habitats, internet, mobile phones, robotics/AI, security

A growing number of devices are now connected to the internet and are capable of collecting, sending and receiving data. This interconnection between devices, referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT), poses serious security threats, as cyberattackers can now target computers and smartphones, but also a vast array of other devices, such as tablets, smart watches, smart home systems, transportation systems and so on.

For the time being, examples of large-scale IoT implementations (e.g. connected infrastructure, cities, etc.) are somewhat limited, yet they could soon become widespread, posing significant risks for businesses and public services that heavily rely on the internet in their daily operations. To mitigate these risks, researchers have been trying to develop to protect devices connected to the internet from wireless attacks.

To this end, two researchers at Baoji University of Arts and Sciences, in China, have recently developed a new method to defend devices in an IOT environment from wireless network attacks. Their approach, presented in a paper published in Springer’s International Journal of Wireless Information Networks, combines a with a model based on , a branch of mathematics that proposes strategies for dealing with situations that entail competition between different parties.

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May 29, 2019

Transhumanist says people will be able to upload themselves onto Cloud by 2042

Posted by in categories: internet, life extension, transhumanism

I was live on Good Morning Britain this morning talking transhumanism and life extension. It’s one of the UK’s most popular news shows. The Mirror did a write-up of the story and there’s a 2-min video embed of the interview in the article to watch:


American journalist Zoltan Istvan said that humans will be able to download many versions of themselves onto the internet.

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May 29, 2019

5G is an untested application of a technology that we know is harmful — In academics this is called human subjects research

Posted by in category: internet

5G is an untested application of a technology that we know is harmful; we know it from the science. In academics this is called human subjects research.

We are vibrational creatures. Every cell in our body is electric and has its own frequency and vibration. EMF’s affect all of that.

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May 29, 2019

Dr. Mercola Warns On The Impending 5G Apocalypse

Posted by in categories: education, existential risks, internet

The fact that the Technocrat elite flatly ignore stern and documented warnings against 5G, indicates that they have some ulterior agenda that they must accomplish regardless of the negative impact on humans. It is the establishment of Technocracy, aka, Scientific Dictatorship. ⁃ TN Editor.

Are you still under the misconception that unchecked exposure to electromagnetic field (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) radiation is of no concern? Then I urge you to view the featured documentary, “5G Apocalypse — The Extinction Event” by Sacha Stone.

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May 28, 2019

SpaceX’s bright Starlink satellites are upsetting astronomers

Posted by in categories: internet, satellites

SpaceX launched 60 internet satellites last week and their bright appearance has caused concern amongst astronomers, who say plans for 12,000 of them could ruin the night sky.

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