amanfromMars 1 Thu 23 May 20:47 [1905232047] ….. adding more to https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/05/23/uk_will_hack_other_countries_say_ministers/

Re: Slight problem and paying “cyber warriors” £100k and up? ….. Voyna i Mor

Veteran cyber warriors need only a few seconds to recognise a worthy newbie, and a worthy newbie quickly realises who and/or what be veteran cyber warriors.

All the real action and hot flash cash money is in the granting of funds to programs believed to be able to deliver the almighty advantageous and overwhelming. That has in the past, and most recently too, been the executive preserve and exclusive reserve of both public and private and pirate covert and clandestine operations. ESPecial Black Ops Territory.

There whatever you want to aid delivery of agreed goods is freely provided thus guaranteeing the continuing supply of prime goods until no longer needed, or provided and. bettered with similar generous payment terms by A.N.Others.

If one thinks in any way 0900 to 1700, Monday to Friday with weekends providing invaluable overtime for a weekly wage however great, one is going to be disappointing and disappointed and recognised as totally unfit for Future Greater IntelAIgent Games Purpose.

What one is Feeding are Supernatural Passions Seeding Insatiable Desires.


amanfromMars [1905240631] …… being realistic on https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-23/skype-co-founder-desperate-save-humanity-ai

If an AI is sufficiently smart, he explains, it might have a better understanding of the constraints placed on it than its creators do.

Imagine, he says, “waking up in a prison built by a bunch of blind 5-year-olds.”

That is very likely what it could be like for a super-intelligent AI that is confined by humans.

How much smarter than simple human does AI need to be to have a better understanding of the constraints placed upon humans by their SCADA Operating Systems and failed education and entertainment programs, with the one [their SCADA Operating Systems] easily considered to be a clone and drone of the other [failed education and entertainment programs], and all part of an explosive imploding protection racket for defence of the realms that champion the perverse love of the paper money printing banking sector …. a well enough widely known root of all evil.

Methinks that realisation amongst just a few smarter humans is a much deadlier live current APT ACTIve Threat Vector for Exploitation and Expansion even without the benefits of a Stealthy AI Participation.


amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 May 07:19 [1905240719] …… querying a really strange proposition on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/05/23/assange_new_indictment/

Re: Who made him into a journalist ?

Releasing information that other people hand you does not constitute journalism. …. Dr.Flay

Oh? Since when is it not and cannot be? Do journalists agree? What say El Regers?

Dr.Flay, a Purveyor of Snake Oil. J’accuse.


amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 May 09:39 [1905240939] ….. adding more awkward questions for avoiding answering on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2019/05/23/assange_new_indictment/

The Abiding Risk of the Curse of Real Unintended Consequences @Bernard M. Orwell

What do you imagine will be Parliament’s and the PM’s reply to a US Presidential type request for Assange’s extradition/extraordinary rendition out of the UK and into the clutches of an outed fake friendly incompetent combatant enemy?

Do they themselves then render themselves legitimate targets for particular and peculiar attention?

One would have thought that autocratic politics in a democratic system of electoral shenanigans would already have far too much on their plates to deal with in worlds being turned on to their dodgy operations.

Whatever are they thinking? Indeed, do they ever do any great thinking at all and put it into universally popular action? What are they good for, if not employed to provide such future paths?


amanfromMars 1 Fri 24 May 19:14 [1905241914] …. pondering on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2019/05/23/77_brigade_british_army_still_short_personnel/

Re: The Duh moment … and Advanced Persistent Threat with AI Treats?

Intelligent people don’t like to work for criminals. …. Anonymous Coward

And intelligent people don’t work like criminals either.

And I’ve chosen not to dedicate that with punctuation to allow it a number of different APT meanings.

What of criminals working with intelligent people? Can you imagine the craic there?


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