The f(x) = e^x | Cybersecurity and images from brainwaves
Good Day! This is my weekly newsletter, with a dose of insights into the future. The topic of this newsletter is the exponential times we live in, hence the title of f(x) = e^x, which is the (natural) exponential function.
How Cybersecurity is Changing Technology Today
My latest article:
Tech is expanding, and so are the number of threats and vulnerabilities. The number of potential risks is rising, creating a security gap between the expectations of users and technology suppliers. In short, cybersecurity is changing how things are done today more than ever before.
Therefore, organisations must obtain the ability to identify and combat cyber threats, whether using AI or other means. Due to the digitalisation of society, businesses face increasing risk from external cyber-attacks.
With the rise of the internet of things, the metaverse and quantum computing, cyber security will become increasingly important, and cyber security can no longer be ignored by any company.
Three Useful Nuggets of Information
My weekly tips from around the web to get you thinking.
1. If a picture is worth a thousand words, this tech will leave you speechless.
Currently, scientists are developing technology that converts brain waves into photographic images. Researchers at Radboud University in the Netherlands recently used a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner to monitor brain activity while volunteers viewed images of faces. The system was able to reconstruct the images that volunteers saw almost identically. (PetaPixel)
2. How Blockchain Technology is (Finally) Radically Changing the Hotel Industry.
As blockchain technology grows, the hospitality industry — notably restaurants—could benefit from many new opportunities. From supply chain transparency to NFTs that could change how tables are booked, the fusion of blockchain technology and physical products or services has many unexplored possibilities for the hospitality industry. (Rolling Stone)
3. Melbourne's biggest AR art trail is out of this world.
Art and technology have combined to create Melbourne’s largest, free augmented reality (AR) art trail called AR.Trail. It includes works by world-class artists adorning the city's arts precinct. Art fans can browse a library of virtual artworks on their smartphones, from small sculptures and architectural-sized moving images. (Creative Victoria)
What an octopus’s mind can teach us about AI’s ultimate mystery 🐙
Conscious machines are a popular science fiction topic and have been debated - and dismissed - for decades, but what can the wondrous creatures of the sea - octopuses - tell us about AI? (MIT)