Stephen Hawking, the famous scientist, rise warnings about the possibility, in the future, that an Artificial Intelligence may rise at the point of total human kind destruction.
Even if that’s not the same argument, I’ve written an essay about our society’s strong dependency about machines and technology.
Our possibility to evolve is strictly related to technology availability and even the capacity to generate a next gen technology is provided only by the use of a previous generation technology.
If you want to read the essay or simply to contribute to this weblog and the articles it provides, you can purchase for about 1$ the ebook: Human Machine dependency directly from your Amazon store.
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4 pages of 2000 characters in English language
I was remembering about the summer 2013. It was middle June, right after the first Edward Snowden’s revelations about the massive surveillance activity of NSA against alleys but also the same US citizens she has to protect. In these days there was really some kind of revolution, all the media were involved in the World biggest disclosure about control technologies and, in reaction to this pacific revolution, we have gained knowledge and safety. Government infrastructures are more safe, citizen computing is more safe, cryptography is spread as never before but what about now?
On a article appeared on Security Affairs, is reported the analysis of NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers, confirming the risks of efficient cyber espionage by at least two countries other than China.
This fact, joined to the continuation of massive data gathering activity on US citizens (even if data harvesting rules have been changed after the datagate) has an incredible side effect: in fact, not only the US government has spied or continue to spy on his citizens but what’s worst is that they can’t provide an effective protection to this data.
That’s a quite important news. From now on, major articles will be released under the Amazon ebook store. These ebooks will contain an essay between 6 and 10 standard pages of 2000 characters and will explore the topics we like: computers, internet, security and so on.
Each essay will cost about 1$, that is also a way to push me to write more and more qualitative essays.
But that’s not a way to leave this blog, because this space will continue to provide you flash news and discussions about security, ethics and mechanics of computers, as the twitter account does: @LCyberspazio.
So, if you are interested in light but surely interesting computer readings, take a look at my Amazon publications.
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These titles are available worldwide. The collection “Of Men and Machines” is the one that represents this blog and it’s in English language; by the way, get the ebook from your amazon country store. Sometimes, the books are in promotion for free.