Talking tech; debates about regulating technology, privacy laws, piracy, and the pitfalls of AI.
Why The Tech Revolution Is The Best Thing Yet To Happen To Nigeria
When In 2016, the former president of the Nigeria came out to say that he created 25 billionaires ( in dollars, by the way) and Africa's wealthiest woman - Folorunsho Alakija was among them - It came as no surprise to the vast majority of the educated class; the wealthiest 0.00000012% owed their vast fortunes, not to hard work, not to being the best qualified, but to their political connections - close friends in high places.
Can Blockchain be the Future of Democratic Voting?
Introduction The invention of the distributed database, otherwise known as the ‘blockchain’ was a revolution in the technical sphere. Satoshi Nakamoto, the unknown inventor of Bitcoin, realised you could solve the double-spend problem of digital currency by having a distributed database. But these distributed databases have far more potential than just recording transaction histories. What if you could use it to decide election results? Election fraud could become a thing of the past.
Minister of State for Advanced Technology explores UAEU’s R&D programmes
Her Excellency Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri, Minister of State for Advanced Technology explored United Arab Emirates University’s (UAEU) innovation and research and development programmes on a tour of the institution’s departments and facilities.
Have governments kept up with the digital age?
Have governments kept up with the digital revolution? Are we all still governed by ”pen and paper” administrations, while living in the digital age?
A Revolution Against Big Tech
“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” - John F Kennedy
Live News Stream: A New Way To Watch The News
The news channels have learnt how to market their content and reach a global audience. Live news streaming is a powerful way of obtaining the global audience. It will have a good reach if the content of theirs is the talk of the town.
After Huawei, TikTok also goes to the ban: so Trump attacks China
It is written Huawei, but basically it reads China. That behind the now famous ban imposed by Donald Trump against the Shenzhen technology company there is a plan to break China's wings seems now the secret of puffin. And in the last few hours a hypothesis is taking hold that would reinforce this scenario. According to reports from the Financial Times, in fact, the White House is considering very seriously the possibility of adding ByteDance, the parent company of TikTok, to the famous "blacklist" (which already includes Huawei). The short video social network, with over 2 billion downloads across the West and around 800 million daily active users, is probably the digital platform with the highest growth rates in the world. And the fact that he is Chinese is seen by Trump as a major threat to the United States.
‘Covid’ Ops: Open to Gates Manipulation
Here in Britain we’ve become quite familiar with the terms track-and-trace and vaccine and how they are supposedly “fundamental” to the world getting back to normal following this “bogus Covid19 pandemic” we find ourselves engulfed in, but how about the concept of microchip and quantum-dot implants? We’ve not been told much about these measures... but they are very much part of the plan moving forward.
Purposeful Utilization of Tools
Each tool can be used for both intrinsically good and evil reasons. While some tools are built with specific intentions, of good or evil, while other tools are built out of the spirit of innovation, all tools can serve both good and evil purposes. What determines how a tool gets used? Generally, that is determined by the end-user of the tool itself and their intentions.
Who Will Buy the Future?
When I was in my early- to mid-teens, I very much enjoyed reading Wired magazine. This would have been in 2000s, for those trying for a rough chronology.
Perception Is Reality
There is a war being waged upon us. They are not after our souls, those come later, but they are after the biological part of us that controls the decisions that the soul makes on a daily basis, our minds.
Should We Fear or Welcome Artificial Intelligence?
Should we fear or welcome Artificial Intelligence? Within the next 20 years, artificial intelligence and full automation of all routine or regular tasks will be available.