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Google’s director of engineering is saying implanting computers “inside our brains” is upon us, words theologians and Christian bioethicists consider a “slap in the face” to Christ and would result in horrific human rights violations.
According to the Daily Mail, Ray Kurzweil, a futurist who works on Google’s machine learning project, said at the South by Southwest conference taking place this week in Austin, Texas, that by the year 2029, technological “singularity” will be achieved, the complete merging of human and computer intelligence…. [read more]
“What if technology could help improve conversations online?”
That’s the lowkey Orwellian message that greets visitors to the website of Perspective, Google’s new AI system for detecting (and potentially deleting, hiding, or burying) “toxic” comments on the web.
Perspective is still in early days of development, but in the future, you may have to adjust your speech in order to satisfy the lofty standards of Google. Otherwise, the company’s faceless AI might just have to “improve” you. Where’s Sarah Connor when you need her?… [read more]
We don’t like to think about it, but it can happen: whether by hacking or by theft, someone can get access to your computer and everything on it. When the unthinkable happens, here’s how to pick up the pieces.
Last week, I inadvertently posted a screenshot online that gave someone remote access to my entire computer—one of the worst things that can happen with your personal machine. Thankfully, they didn’t appear to do much—besides post silly pictures of Jack Nicholson on Lifehacker—but it could have very easily been disastrous, and it got me thinking about what would have happened if someone with more nefarious intentions were able to get in. So, I talked with Zachary Blake, a CyberSecurity Analyst for a company that works for the Department of Defense, about how to recover from this kind of disaster—along with a few lessons I learned from my own experience…. [read more]
lhwm notes: We use Hitman Pro and Norton, but when Norton expires we will continue with Hitman Pro and another type of security.
Law enforcement has a number of informants working for it and the companies that already pay their paychecks, like UPS, for example. It also has a number of government employees working for the TSA, keeping their eyes peeled for “suspicious” amounts of cash it can swoop in and seize. Unsurprisingly, the FBI also has a number of paid informants. Some of these informants apparently work at Best Buy — Geek Squad by day, government informants by… well, also by day.
According to court records, Geek Squad technician John “Trey” Westphal, an FBI informant, reported he accidentally located on Rettenmaier’s computer an image of… [read more]