...the magic of what many in the tech industry call online-to-offline, the ability to order physical products or services from an app. Except now you don’t even need a new app–you can just chat your way to a richer life. The Future of Chat Isn’t AI — Medium, Ted Livingston
The foundations of Hyperlooop tech are familiar: the maglev, or magnetic levitation, principle that allows a vehicle to achieve great speeds by riding on air is already at work on high-speed trains in Europe and Japan.
These DARPA Darlings Just Raised $20M To Build A Super-Powered #Google For The #IoT by @iblametom via @forbes #Tech http://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2016/06/05/qadium-iot-google-security-darpa-cia/#34eb886d2722 BlissfulDOT - Google+
As 2016 dawns, there’s a sense in Silicon Valley that the decades-old fantasy of a true digital assistant is due to roar back into the mainstream. If the trend in past years has been assistants powered by voice — Siri, Alexa, Cortana — in 2016 the focus is shifting to text. And if the bots come, as industry insiders are betting they will, there will be casualties.
In the world of cybersecurity, fuzzing is the process of finding hackable software bugs by feeding random different permutations of data into a target program until one of those permutations reveals a vulnerability. The real goal of fuzzing is not merely to crash a program, but to hijack it.