The Tech Fugitives have a great visit with Dave Copps of Brainspace fame. We explore his newest project, Hypergiant Sensory Sciences and the state of AI …. around the world.
I love that Dave’s educational background is Industrial Anthropology. He is uniquely qualified to dish on AI philosophical as well as technical!
https://www.businessinsider.com.au/bitcoin-exchange-traded-fund-sec-2018-11SEC Chair, John Clayton “He said the exchanges that cryptocurrencies trade on are still to prone to manipulation, and there aren’t enough safeguards for custody of the underlying assets.
http://time.com/5469153/china-wedding-crackdown/Once again, China attempts to take away our god given right to be jackasses.
Governments around the world have been willing to spend a fortune on iOS malware. Saudi Arabia paid $55 million to purchase iPhone malware made by NSO Group,
https://venturebeat.com/2018/11/30/hypergiant-sensory-sciences-raises-5-million-to-track-critical-infrastructure-with-ai/Dave Copps new deal
The Tech Fugitives only wear cool shirts (this is actually a new thing for Mark). Because we care about you and want you to be cool as well, we've created branded shirts for you to purchase for yourself, friends and family! Christmas is here and to create some cheer, let you're support show and allow the coolness to flow (sorry, I'm listening to rap right now).
This is our classic Tech Fugitives Logo. Simple, clean, and maximum swagger. This uses custom thread synthesized by squeezing swag out of some of the coolest people in the world! It's a complicated process that's too hard to explain.
Our listeners know that we're not a fan of China stealing IP and that we like video games, so we created this as an homage to the awesomeness that is the famous Zero Wing meme mashed up with Xi Jinping playing the bad guy CATS.