CryptoKitties Mania Overwhelms Ethereum Network's Processing
Since its 2015 debut, digital evangelists have preached how the ethereum network will be perfect for applications such as managing supply chains and securities sales. What it’s actually used for is buying kittens.
Wikipedia Co-Founder Plans to Disrupt His Own Creation
Navigating the cognitive risk landscape
Every organization is familiar with the danger of “fat finger errors”—incorrectly logged keystrokes that can throw off the accuracy of critical reports, triggering serious operational risk. The saving grace of these manual errors is that they’re typically confined to a single mistake made by an individual employee, and can often be caught before they cause serious damage—provided the right control mechanisms have been thought through and implemented.
Dr. Divya Chander: Improving Our Human Selves
Electrodes implanted in the brain enable quadriplegic people to interface with external machines. Being disabled will no longer be a disability. Curious to know more? Watch the incredibly engaging Dr. Divya Chander go deep on improving our human selves at Canada's inaugural Singularity University Summit:
Robotics pioneer Rodney Brooks debunks AI hype seven ways
Mistaken extrapolations, limited imagination, and other common mistakes that distract us from thinking more productively about the future.
Hospital of the Future
Demystifying Hashgraph: Benefits and Challenges - Hacker Noon
Recently, on our Zilliqa social channels a number of people have asked us to take a look at Hashgraph. So, here is what we think. Hashgraph is a new consensus protocol that has garnered attention lately by being projected as a technology that will make blockchains obsolete.
100 cryptocurrencies described in four words or less
This list describes cryptocurrencies. Each gets four words. There are many. Some are landmarks. Some are scams. Hopefully this provides orientation.
This Is What Happens When We Debate Ethics in Front of Superintelligent AI
Is there a uniform set of moral laws, and if so, can we teach artificial intelligence those laws to keep it from harming us? This is the question explored in an original short film recently released by The Guardian. In the film, the creators of an AI with general intelligence call in a moral philosopher …
Bots gone wild: How to manage Artificial Intelligence (AI) risk
Back in July, news headlines across the globe announced every sci-fi fan’s worst fear: two Facebook bots were caught talking to one another in their own language. A language humans couldn’t understand.