Silicon Valley giants create models that keep them at the competitive edge, even using users' data for ads, but is this enough to present them as bad guys as what fledgling firms make them out to be?
Social media CEOs from tech giants like Twitter and Facebook were able to build some of the greatest wealth (and power) in the world's history by selling their users' aggregate data.
The popular conception of Bitcoin suffers from a narrative equally mired in misinformation, half-truths, and selective amnesia, and if we don't fix it, we lose.
In the fifth session of The Bitcoin Masterclasses Series 2, Dr. Craig Wright describes how we could use IP2IP, IPv6 multicast, and distributed hash tables to create new and improved models for sharing information.
Predicting the future of the digital currency space, George Siosi Samuels wrote about the era of ‘Pax BitCoinica’—an era of data peace and security that he envisages in the future.
Once data enters Bitcoin, it becomes public; yes, we can encrypt it, but we keep track of it because Bitcoin transaction is publicly available, reducing fraud, corruption, and worse.
The two-day Bitcoin Masterclasses kicks off with Dr. Craig Wright discussing the subject of privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity and how Bitcoin fixes issues concerning data storage and security.
While offering limitless possibilities, the risks of using artificial intelligence remain, including the possibility of data being mishandled and violating existing laws like copyright and intellectual property regulations.