Major breakthroughs are achieved every day in quantum computer development. But what will the post-quantum computing world be like? A place you’d still like to live in? A quantum computer update, today on CyberWorld Podcast.
Is blockchain just a trend, the next level of housing information, or an irreversible oppressor the human race will regret pursuing? No joke. Those questions answered on this episode of CyberWorld Podcast.
Can digital phenotyping through cellphones reveal such minute patterns in our behavior that it can prevent suicide or detect some other abnormality that may endanger others? Or is it just a big marketing scam? Today on CyberWorld Podcast.
Already a serious threat in Latin America and Eastern Europe, jackpotting has the potential to revolutionize what money is and how it’s handled, not to mention how a person’s identity is defined in our ever-expanding cyber world. Don’t know about jackpotting, listen to today’s CyberWorld Podcast to find out what it is, and how it may affect the world’s finances.
A stretchable second skin that transmits data. What will medical technology come up with next? But can we believe wearables have no downside? And what are wearables anyway? That on today’s CyberWorld Podcast.
Every day I read about cyber-security threats to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, or for that matter anything that happens to bitcoin makes the news. But will it replace all government-issued currencies at some point? Listen to my surprising take on it on today’s show.
The Clarifying Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act that has been introduced in US Congress may set the stage for more “legal” government surveillance. But is it necessarily since a process for countries to share information is already in place? Or has cybercrime gotten to the point where online privacy must take a severe blow? Listen to today’s podcast for my take on this tricky conundrum.
Research shows Facebook use is in decline for the 18-24 age group. But does this matter? Check out today's podcast to find out why this doesn't matter in the way internet buzz thinks it does, and what's really going on with social media today.