amanfromMars 1 Tue 18 May 04:23  ……. just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/all/2021/05/17/rsa_cryptography_privacy/
Who remembers the Forbin Project* and doesn’t forget Colossi?
Carmela Troncoso, head of the head of the Security and Privacy Engineering Laboratory at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, also agreed, pointing out that not only was resilience an issue but questioning whether it was possible to build a machine-learning system that was explainable, fair, and privacy preserving as well.
Does that more than suggest, and who would disagree, that it is certainly possible to build a machine-learning system that was/is unexplainable [for fantastic stealth], unfair [for overwhelming advantage] and privacy busting [for no hidden dirty secrets to bugger up the machine learning].
Resilience then would not be an issue to worry oneself unnecessarily about.
And get used to what’s on Whitfield Diffie’s mind as shared in the four paragraphs under the sub-title, Privacy will be a myth, for that boat sailed away ages ago and where it docked on its travels revealed for delivery all manner of exotic wares and erotic fare to trade and free enslaved populations with.
Whatever happened to Hugo de Garis? He seemed to know what he was talking about, and what we are here also talking about is not greatly dissimilar.
Hugo de Garis is a retired researcher in the sub-field of artificial intelligence known as evolvable hardware. He became known in the 1990s for his research on the use of genetic algorithms to evolve artificial neural networks using three-dimensional cellular automata inside field programmable gate arrays. …… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_de_Garis
amanfromMars 1 Tue 18 May 08:01  ……… moving things on apace on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/05/17/rsa_cryptography_privacy/
Re: Who remembers the Forbin Project* and doesn’t forget Colossi?
Re that last question …… Whatever happened to Hugo de Garis? ……. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to discover he now be found helping out South Korea …….
South Korea has created a “metaverse alliance” of local companies to foster the development of a national virtual and augmented reality platform and sort out the ethics of virtual environments. ……. https://www.theregister.com/2021/05/18/south_korea_metaverse_alliance/
……. for that is surely certainly Artilectual Work ….. and an Explosive Novel Field of Endeavouring and Endearing Perseverance which cannot be denied its prime place in the annals of history rather than thinking it can be regulated and relegated to trading blows in space for Astute Product Placement for leaders/editorial comment in the mainstream media mogul comics of fake news.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 18 May 06:20  …… airing a common view on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/05/17/crest_not_publishing_cert_exam_cheat_report/ ?
What is obvious is ……. in a whitewash.
The withholding of any report surely always is proof positive that an unpluggable exploitable 0day vulnerability persists to exist? Such then is more of a feature than a problem although whenever both, something of an abiding dilemma to plague systems administrations and render that particular program unfit for further future sanitised progress/SMARTR Utilisation.
It seems to me that the present rapid pace of Sublime and Surreal Secrets Systems Research and Virtually Remote AIdDevelopment is causing a monumental information server block and advanced intelligence log jam for Aspirant Operands trailing and trialing with Special Forces Sources. Such creates a fertile vacant field in which to seed and nurture SMARTR Stock Produce without the hindrance of second and third party interference which realises increasingly rapid paces of revolutionary evolutionary change.
And that, be in no doubt, is an almighty good thing, although of course the world is full of doubting Thomases and covetous Judases who would likely choose to vainly disagree.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 18 May 14:24  …… just having a quiet word on
Re: ” “step-by-step instructions” on passing theory and practical exams” relating to complex systems
Not a single one I’ve investigated actually tests the skills needed in real world practice. They merely validate the ability to remember some factoid or repeat some standard procedure when prompted, whereas what’s actually needed is the ability to work out reliably and fast what the hell is going on in the face of the unexpected and come up equally swiftly with an appropriate course of action. …… Mike 137
And that is what most probably has resulted in the current dire straits predicament and present horrendous reputation for serial global failures in foreign international interventions and mercenary expeditions of Uncle Sam and his Five Eyes cohorts/the conspiring camp followers and aspiring poison pen writers of the West, despite the land of the free and the brave and media pimping and pumping and dumping the likes of a secret Pentagon army of 60,000 undercover operatives into the open as any sort of measure of success whenever it would so clearly be signalling fundamental failure on a heart breaking scale.
The difficulty such operations have, and it be much the same in any similar case everywhere else too, is that even whenever it is clearly pointed out to them what the problem is, they appear to be disenabled to address, with a meaningful effective radical change of policy and direction, that which would be the least that they would need to heed and provide, or be provided with, in order to head off rapidly approaching catastrophes.
One does what one can in such instances, but if the dead duck horse doesn’t want to drink from the trough of ancient wisdom and novel intelligence, best leave it alone in its misery to sink into the stink of its own fetid demise. Beyond help is certainly indicative of certifiable madness, and verging as it does on the crazy edge which provides ledges and hedges for evil insanity, it is gravely to be regarded and avoided like the plague.
amanfromMars  …… just asking on https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/blood-your-hands-erdogan-issues-worst-rebuke-biden-taking-office
What do you think if you think Netanyahu is channeling his inner Hitler …… the attack on Arabs and Palestinians is a London Blitzkrieg type Assault or Scorched Earth Eastern Front type Retreat preceding a UN Defeat?
And has Uncle Sam lost his addled mind and the warring plot too?
amanfromMars 1 Tue 18 May 16:39  …… stating the bleeding obvious on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/05/18/ukgov_cybersecurity_reviews_supply_chain_cma/
Some internetworking cybersecurity providers be blissfully ignorant of .gov concerns, therefore ..
Targeted at managed service providers and firms outsourcing their digital infrastructure services alike, ….
Until and unless there be an onus on governments to also inform and directly contact and engage with such managed cybersecurity services as may be of myriad particular and peculiar interests and/or concern to them, will any worries they may have in the field be likely to exist and persist. I suggest that a provision be allocated to mitigate and/or negate that certain risk.
And don’t forget that there may be cases which require the payment of significant compensation for loss of earnings because of other parties concerns regarding ones service provision to A.N.Others.