After blowing $100m to snoop on Americans' phone call logs for four years, what did the NSA get? Just one lead • The Register
BBC World Service - More or Less, Artificial (not so) Intelligence - Author Janelle Shane explains why AI is not quite as smart as we think.
A thing you use for 10 minutes should not last for 10,000 years. And the converse is true, too: things you want to use for years should not break in minutes. And all of it should be designed for graceful re-entry into the material stream.
@jonne He's a massive motherfucking hypocrite.
"Privacy is no longer a social norm."
"Zuckerberg buys four new houses for, um, privacy"
Watch what people do. Not what they say.
Especially what they spend $30 million to do.
Slightly arrogant, very intelligent and very nerdy intern after event with angry client:
- This place could use some Daleks.
Me, considered by said intern to be a stuff bureaucrat:
- I would consider the Cyberman approach with full absorption into the hive mind.
*Passive resistance neutralised, critical voice silenced *
Sting, Patrick Stewart and David Lynch having lunch on the set of Dune (1983) https://atomic-chronoscaph.tumblr.com/post/190709764903/sting-patrick-stewart-and-david-lynch-having
Just had a bad case come down through the Danish consumer protection agency - a company offering short-term, high-interest loans was convicted of illegal marketing because they were basing their entire marketing effort on gambling site ads, directly feeding into the epicenter of gambling addictions.
That is some evil stuff.
Interestingly, part of the basis of the verdict was how they scooped up data to do very specific microtargeting.
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér.
Technobureaucrat with a background in humanities.
Author, Gentleman's Public License.
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