Microcomputer Applications for Business and Economics
Summer B 2018
My FSU VLab
Links, links, links
Technology in History
Most histories of computing leave out the contributions of the American number theorists in the early 20th century who constructed specialized computing devices.
The most prominent of these were Derrick Norman Lehmer and Derrick Henry Lehmer.
Here are a few web pages with information about their computing devcies:
A recent talk given by Arjen Lenstra
Lehmer Factoring Machines
Also, here's an interesting book review of a recently published book about the origins of the computing age: Turing's Cathedral: The Origins of the Digital Universe
Technology and Society
Artificial Intelligence (usually called "AI") has long been a fascination of
computer scientists and the general public, and has been growing increasingly important recently.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: The Turing Test
The Trouble with the Turing Test
XKCD (of course); it's at http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/turing_test.png
Generations in the Computing Age
November, 1977 edition of BYTE magazine
Another printing technology: Dye sublimation printer
The Dawn of Quantum Computing Age?
Top 500 Supercomputers in the world
Ten Risks of PKI
Mike Shapiro Hidden Camera Cartoon
Computer and Information Ethics
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Electronic Privacy Information Center
ACM Code of Ethics
Ethics in Computer (NC State)
GPL's list of Open Source Software Licenses
Japanese Patent Office webpage on Kyota Sugimoto, inventor of the first Japanese typewriter
English language webpage on the development of the Japanese typewriter
Japanese language webpage on the development of the Japanese typewriter
Google Search Operators
Advanced Google Search
TEMPEST: A Signal Problem
Puri.sm smartphone project
Big Data as Surveillance Capitalism
When it comes to Internet privacy, be very afraid, analyst suggests
Surveillance is the business model of the Internet
Why ProtonMail is more secure than Gmail
MIT's "Moral Machine" website
The SEC's recent thoughts on "Initial Coin Offerings"
Computer Science Ethics Courses
Safe around your smart TV?
China's web censors go into overdrive as President Xi Jinping consolidates power
Huawei Mate 10 Pro becomes first AI-enabled phone to drive a car
National responses to the growing importance of AI:
Becoming an "e-resident"
One of Estonia's First E-residents Explains Digital Citizenship
Should AI Researchers Kill People?
The Download: The U.S. Military Desperately Wants to Weaponize AI
Websites to watch
MIT Technology Review
2018 Summer B
Classic article on the "If you are not paying, you are the product, not the customer"
IOT and the NSA
Kissinger on AI
Cell carriers selling access to real-time location data
Brief on GDPR
White House hosts summit on AI
An antagonistic approach to AI monitoring
GDPR and WHOIS
GDPR and AI?
Adversity and and antagonistic learning systems
Assistants who hear all too well
Google and AI
Bitcoin and its consumption of electricity
Microsoft and the GDPR
The US military is funding an effort to catch deepfakes and other AI trickery
The US government cannot get rid of controversial Kaspersky Lab Software
GDP versus blockchain technologies
Why China's payment apps give US bankers nightmares
The British government in technology action: Algorithms in decision-making
The British government contemplates war and AI: Britain, AI, and war
Microsoft goes duplex also?
Alexa sends recordings to random contact
AI finds people to arrest
More in AI goes to war: AI and missile interception
China's police state leadership
The Malicious Use of AI
Online C Compiler
Another Online C Compiler
And another C compiler
The reality of i/o
List of internet pioneers
What is Google Duplex? (cnet)
What is Google Duplex? (digitaltrends)
What is Google Duplex? (techradar)
Facial recognition in Capital Gazette case worked well