amanfromMars Tue 5 Jan 17:20  ……. california zeroday dreaming on
and as [The Fed] tide recedes we are going to see who is wearing a bathing suit and who is not”
Here’s hoping for heavenly WeenyBikini bodies by the hordes:-)
amanfromMars 1 Wed 6 Jan 11:43  …… adding more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/01/06/gchq_mass_spying_will_cost_lives_in_britain/
Hello Brave New WWWorlds …… I Kid U Not
Is it so/too hard to comprehend and virtualise the SMARTR Fact that valid intelligence agencies with services should be heavily into the presenting and product placement of new engaging intelligence developments which are IntelAIgently Designed to usurp and capture SMARTR hearts and minds rather than mindfully hunting for those which are mindlessly terrifying and terrorised ‽ Or possible only for a few?
El Reg (in its commentard role as a remote virtual proxy) would ask ……. Does Blighty or any Executive State Administration for that matter, [whoever/whatever they would be], experiment to lead with such AI ProgramMING …….. Mined IntelAIgent Networking Games?
amanfromMars 1 Wed 6 Jan 13:16  ….. adding more fuel to fires on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/01/06/gchq_mass_spying_will_cost_lives_in_britain/
Re: Hello Brave New WWWorlds …… I Kid U Not @atcnwt
Well, the guy that owns Le Livre des Visages announced just the other day that he wants to “dabble” in AI this year. Given the potential (mis)uses that’s just as scary as Cheltenham et al doing it. ….. allthecoolshortnamesweretaken
Although not exactly a busy crowded Cloud Space, there be lots of supporting inter independent networking players with novel features to enlighten futures, with options to better beta steer future direction with …. well, apparently an AI Steering Committee Internetional. Quite what Cheltenham types, if they be there at all, plan to be doing in there, with anything like that, for impact in perceived real live scenarios/media hosted tales, is an altogether quite different question to be asked, if they would be doing it to maintain and retain both national and international security with novel bundling of distressing securities/bonded junk.
That ambitious privacy toolset aside, Chaum is also building into PrivaTegrity another feature that’s sure to be far more controversial: a carefully controlled backdoor that allows anyone doing something “generally recognized as evil” to have their anonymity and privacy stripped altogether. …. http://www.wired.com/2016/01/david-chaum-father-of-online-anonymity-plan-to-end-the-crypto-wars/
amanfromMars 1 Wed 6 Jan 16:27  …. adding cream to the pies on on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2016/01/06/gchq_mass_spying_will_cost_lives_in_britain/
Immaculate AI Conception …… urVirtual Confection for Vorsprünge durch Technik
I think the availability of the data may encourage the mindset that “if only we look hard enough, we’ll find something here to stop XYZ.”
The security services – and their masters – will be so enamoured of their latest, very expensive toy, that it will consumer resources, and there will be less for proper intelligence, whether that’s sifting targeted data, or actual on-the-ground work, which is likely to be far more useful.
The most successful (ie in terms of terror and deaths caused) terrorist group we’ve ever seen in the UK operated for about 30 years, and managed in that time to murder a sitting MP in the HoC car park, and a member of the royal family. They twice managed to come close to murdering a Prime Minister.
And they did all that without the internet or even widespread availability of mobile phones. ….. Nigel Whitfield
Can you imagine how far they have progressed with free access and expert practice in all of todays made readily available communications toys. Nigel.
Do you think now they be a Quantified Quantum Force ……. Free Roaming Organisation with EMPowering Design on Bigger Beta Picture Controls for Primed Timely Presentation in/at Prime Times and in MainStream Media.
And would/could that be akin to a novel type of Divine Roman Intervention?