Salvador Lorenz

Salvador Lorenz

Thinking in nodes of progress, futurism, science, culture, and existence. I experience life in a number of ways, pertaining to mathematical concepts mixed with rich flavors of art.

  • Salvador Lorenz
    Published 2 years ago
    How Blockchain Can Reduce Global Poverty

    How Blockchain Can Reduce Global Poverty

    Blockchain technology is a versatile piece of technological wonder not only capable of reducing poverty itself to historical connotations, but also permitting a wide berth of interesting and advancing elements for everyday productivity. As you can see, the applications of blockchain outside of financial services are innumerable and can be used in such a way that benefit poverty-stricken countries, as well as promoting a more fundamental system for relief programs, or other forms of financial assistance outside of the norm.
  • Salvador Lorenz
    Published 2 years ago
    Most Evil Movie Computers

    Most Evil Movie Computers

    ...If they haven't already! After all, everyone is just in a simulation, right? We may not think of an intangible technological object, like the computer system, as something capable of preforming immoral activities, but I'd beg to differ. While computers may have literally advanced our species into the next realm of scientific possibilities, we still continue this yearning for major breakthroughs in engineering supercomputers and quantum computer technology, and it remains to be seen whether the impact of artificial intelligence within machines would operate effectively, if anything even morally. As usual, Hollywood has depicted a pretty bad track record of fictionalized advanced mechanics. According to them, the best ways to mitigate computer risks and infections is to create even more than you already had to start with.
  • Salvador Lorenz
    Published 2 years ago
    Applications of Blockchain Outside of Financial Services

    Applications of Blockchain Outside of Financial Services

    While it may thus far be a record breaking tool in the world of digital currencies and online exchange platforms, but blockchain could fundamentally alter the world in a variety of aspects. This technology can greatly benefit a range of concepts, not solely based on economics, banking, or finance in general. These capabilities can range in verifying online identities, to industry enhancing features of data encryption. The most avid tools for remaining informed on leading tech and blockchain realities, is through these blockchain influencers; these individuals either helped build the foundation of blockchain in its early stages, or were there to upgrade the underlying technology, for which eventually made cryptocurrencies into cultural edifices.
  • Salvador Lorenz
    Published 2 years ago
    How the End of Net Neutrality Will Change the Internet

    How the End of Net Neutrality Will Change the Internet

    Mostly stringent upon the financial and monopolistic areas of the internet, net neutrality’s downfall deals primarily with the way internet service providers (ISPs) will be granting access, most likely with higher payment costs. What you need to know about net neutrality, as an individual idea, is that it stands for a cross-internet equality based system making ISPs treat any and all digital content without added privileges or specific surcharges. All of this will no sooner be changed thanks to a December vote made by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which moved to repeal all access provisions granted by ISPs.
  • Salvador Lorenz
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Apps for First-Time Investors

    Best Apps for First-Time Investors

    Two of which serving as among the best online brokers for stock trading in 2018 (Robinhood and Motif), the following apps have initiated a new era of stock trading and investing, as a whole. Linking brokerage accounts, accessing retirement options, micro investing and far more is all acquirable through the use of the following apps. Especially for beginning investors, these platforms make it easy for you to track balances with bank account connectivity, plan for the future in 401k options, and to simply optimize your overall portfolio, plus loads of other investing decisions are opened, which can almost become daunting in their scope (which is why most of them do the investing for you, a sigh of relief for brand new investors).
  • Salvador Lorenz
    Published 2 years ago
    Things More Dangerous to Humanity than A.I.

    Things More Dangerous to Humanity than A.I.

    The problem with Hollywood's A.I. is that there's no true danger or real substance to the given reality, or on-screen humanity. In all actuality, when and if the time comes where artificial intelligence (or even super intelligence) has been deemed a reality, and/or then becoming a danger to our survival, humanity as we know it is one hundred percent far gone. You don't need Stephen Hawking or Elon Musk to tell you this, it's a simple differentiability made between that of autonomous thinking and our own complex subservience to it. Simply look at how human beings are so ever-involved in the creation of driverless cars, or examine China's integration of A.I. into nuclear submarines. Artificial intelligence has taken the world by storm, and if you don't think there's only a tiny bit of danger to this, than you're sadly mistaken, but is it all that dangerous when compared to the likes of ecological disasters and, simply put, space?