HyperWarfare Blog

To keep a record of relevant news for myself in these four categories,
Blockchain
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Too many people ask me about technical and business insights to give them all a decent, in-depth answer: this way I can refer them here for a lot of that, giving them at least a start on the topic (and as a freebie). Posts are automatically distributed to LinkedIn (where they disappear after 30 days) and to a few Twitter channels — for convenience. I do not offer these posts as e-Mail subscriptions. Of course, all sources are clearly marked and mentioned.

 

(2018) Dilbert.com on 9/11

 

The Alienware Area-51m is a full-fledged desktop disguised as a laptop -- 05 Apr 2019- The ‘world’s most powerful gaming laptop’ wants to bring user-replaceable processors, graphics cards, storage, and RAM to portable computers By Chaim Gartenberg - @cgartenberg Jan 8, 2019 Alienware needed to fix the gaming laptop. Today’s laptops aren’t broken, per se — they’re thinner, lighter, and more powerful than ever before.… ... Read More
Invisible 3D objects can be felt thanks to haptic holograms -- 01 Apr 2019- Haptic technologies are big business these days, and joining the burgeoning scene is a team of researchers from Bristol University, who've found a way to create invisible "three-dimensional haptic shapes in mid-air using focused ultrasound".   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaoO5cY1aHk   "What we aim to do is give you the feeling of touch… ... Read More
Rules of Machine Learning: Best Practices for ML Engineering -- 01 Apr 2019- Martin Zinkevich This document is intended to help those with a basic knowledge of machine learning get the benefit of Google's best practices in machine learning. It presents a style for machine learning, similar to the Google C++ Style Guide and other popular guides to practical programming. If you have… ... Read More
MIT Develops Algorithm to Accelerate Neural Network Evaluation by 200x -- 01 Apr 2019- By Joel Hruska on March 22, 2019 Neural networks have been a hot topic of late, but evaluating the most efficient way to build one for processing a given stack of data is still an arduous affair. Designing systems that can use algorithms to build themselves in the most optimal… ... Read More
The 3 types of AI: Narrow (ANI), General (AGI), and Super (ASI) -- 01 Apr 2019- by Mitchell Tweedie, Oct 23rd, 2017 Artificial intelligence (abbreviated: AI or A.I.) is mainstream. It’s how Google ranks pages, Amazon knows what we like, bots like Siri chat, and computers play Chess and Go. The AI landscape is crowded, so, how do we make sense of everything. How do we… ... Read More
The Dawn of the Deep Tech Ecosystem – Mehr Licht auf die Startups im Maschinenraum -- 18 Mar 2019- March 14, 201914 MAR 2019 -- by Massimo Portincaso, Arnaud de la Tour, and Philippe Soussan Deep technologies — novel technologies that offer significant advances over those currently in use — are attracting an unprecedented amount of interest and activity. The aggregate global private investment in seven deep tech categories… ... Read More
Solar Power Stations In Space – Sending Energy To Earth -- 21 Feb 2019- Plans for first Chinese solar power station in space revealed By Kirsty Needham - February 15, 2019 - The Sydney Morning Herald Beijing: China is taking its renewable energy push to new heights, with scientists revealing plans to build the first solar power station in space. A solar power station… ... Read More
Das sind die häufigsten Deal Breaker mit VCs -- 11 Feb 2019- by Jan Schnedler - 08 FEB 2019 Im schlimmsten Fall kann einer dieser Punkte ausreichen, damit ein Investor sich gegen die Finanzierung eines Startups entscheidet. Werden mehrere dieser Punkte erfüllt, wird es für Startups bei professionellen Investoren sehr schwer, eine Finanzierung zu erhalten. In meiner langjährigen Startup-Beratung haben sich einige… ... Read More
Podcasts schlagen Tageszeitungen -- 05 Feb 2019-   Im neuen „Spiegel“ findet sich ein Interview mit „New York Times“-Verleger Arthur Gregg Sulzberger und darin fallen bemerkenswerte Sätze: "Wir haben viele Jahre geglaubt, Podcasts funktionierten nicht. Wir hatten es versucht und es hat nicht funktioniert. Unser Podcast damals bestand aus einem Reporter, der die Titelseite vorlas. Im Januar… ... Read More
ExoWarfare done miserably: “Internet Research Agency” (IRA) Russia – Human Trolls -- 18 Dec 2018- Internet Research Agency Die Bilanz der "Trollfabrik" von Mathias Brandt - 18.12.2018 Die Internet Research Agency (IRA) ist ein Unternehmen aus Sankt Petersburg, dass als "Trollfabrik" der russischen Regierung gilt. Eine aktuellen Studie des an der Oxford-Universität angesiedelten Computational Propaganda Research Projects (COMPROP) zufolge haben die Propaganda-Experten der IRA während… ... Read More
R&D Spending Per Country -- 17 Dec 2018- (right-click and select "view image" to see the full size)       ... Read More
DARPA Cortical Modem Connects Brain Directly To Computer: Direct Neural Interface (DNI) Chip -- 26 Nov 2018- DARPA's cortical modem implant could restore sight loss and provide eyes with a heads-up display   DARPA Cortical Modem connects brain directly to computer for 'electronic telepathy and telekinesis' A brain-computer interface has been developed by the US Defence Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that is capable of laying a heads-up… ... Read More
DARPA Announces 2019 AI Colloquium on March 6-7, 2019 in Alexandria, VA -- 18 Nov 2018- Scientific defense community to convene and learn about agency’s robust R&D efforts in artificial intelligence outreach@darpa.mil 11/16/2018 Throughout DARPA’s history, artificial intelligence (AI) has been an important area of groundbreaking research and development (R&D). In the 1960s, DARPA researchers completed some of the foundational work in the field, leading to… ... Read More
Künstliche Intelligenz bedroht Google’s und Facebook’s Geschäftsmodelle -- 12 Nov 2018- "Quantum AI Supremacy" & "Distributed, Portable AI" Experten glauben, dass Google und facebook eine Entwicklung der Technologie unterschätzen. Und die könnte die Stellung der Konzerne trotz massiver Investitionen stark bedrohen.   Google, Facebook und Co. könnten zu den Dinosauriern des Zeitalters der künstlichen Intelligenz werden. „Das Rennen um die Vormachtstellung… ... Read More
Berlin Science Week & Helmholtz Horizons Symposium 1. to 10. NOV 2018 -- 29 Oct 2018- Ab dem 1. November findet für 10 Tage die Berlin Science Week vom 1.11. bis 10.11. statt: "BERLIN SCIENCE WEEK 1-10 NOV 2018 is an international gathering, bringing together people from the world’s most innovative scientific institutions in Berlin. It is dedicated to the dialogue between science and society to… ... Read More
ExoWarfare: DARPA’s New $2 billion “AI NEXT” Initiative – Parallel to $1.7 billion JAIC -- 10 Sep 2018- Leaders at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency announced Sept. 7 a $2 billion initiative, known as AI Next, that aims to substantially improve artificial intelligence research. “With AI Next, we are making multiple research investments aimed at transforming computers from specialized tools to partners in problem-solving,” Steven Walker, the… ... Read More
What will top the US Space Force to-do list? -- 30 Aug 2018- In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Air Force’s Global Positioning System was a continuous target. “Every year [as] we went through the budget cycle the United States Air Force ... tried to kill the GPS program,” Gen. John Hyten, now head of U.S. Strategic Command, said during a… ... Read More
3 Trends In The Future Of Cyber Conflict -- 30 Aug 2018- Cyber has become a means for nations and organizations to achieve objectives below the thresholds of conflict. In this new digital warfare domain, traditional conceptions are being flipped on their heads.     Here are three potential trends that could factor into this increasingly dynamic environment, according to Col. Steve… ... Read More
Global Information Security Spending To Exceed $124 Billion In 2019 -- 25 Aug 2018- Worldwide spending on information security products and services will reach more than $114 billion in 2018, an increase of 12.4 percent from last year, according to the latest forecast from Gartner. In 2019, the market is forecast to grow 8.7 percent to $124 billion. “Security leaders are striving to help… ... Read More
Ever heard of ‘deep fake’ technology? The phony audio and video tech could be used to blackmail troops -- 23 Jul 2018- On June 7, during a training exercise in the Baltics, four U.S. Army Stryker vehicles driving along a road between Kaunas and Prienai, Lithuania, collided when the lead vehicle braked too hard for a obstacle on the roadway. Not long after the incident, a blog post made to look like… ... Read More

 

 

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