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  1. Video game architecture is full of secrets

    In video games like Control, Portal, and Dark Souls, architecture tells you everything that you need to know. Architecture in games — and in real life — can control the way that you move, and the way that you feel. So we asked some architects about their favorite uses of architecture in games, to find out how clever design can make games more immersive.

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    #control #portal #darksouls

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  2. The Future of Fabrication

    Manufacturing and fabrication often evokes visions of endless conveyor belts of things made at large sale. For many things, this is indeed the way they are made, it is efficient, and this approach will largely continue. But increasingly we are also making small batches of things. This drive toward one-of manufacturing is fed no only by the desire for personalization, but also by efforts to uncover the next great niche thing, to innovate. 3-D printing has been the great enabler for this exploration in personalized and niche fabrication, and it has come a long way from the days of simple plastic layering. Now, 3-D printers commonly fabricate in all kinds of metals, but we can also print food stuffs and tissues for the body. The cutting edge for this technology is multi-material printers, with tremendous resolution and scale capabilities. These printers can materialize products from an expanding library of digital-first designs, with a variety of materials and at a level of production not possible with conventional milling. This is the gateway to the on-demand manufacturing economy, offering benefits including the digitization of inventory, flexible manufacturing across individual machines, and innovation accelerated by easy duplication, modification, and improvement. These benefits will be nurtured in the technologie…

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  3. Best Moments from “Hacking the Modern Workforce” Video Chat

    Highlights from "Hacking the Modern Workforce" Video Chat. To watch the full video go here. https://www.crowdcast.io/e/4-24-20-hacking-the

    To read the best quotes from this episode, check the post out on the blog: https://cisoseries.com/best-moments-from-hacking-the-modern-workforce-video-chat/

    I moderated a discussion on Friday, 4-24-20 with John Racine, managing director, Core Security and Davi Ottenheimer (@daviottenheimer), vp, trust and digital ethics, Inrupt.

    Huge thanks to everyone who participated, and see below for the best quotes from the chat room. Lastly, congrats to now two-time winner of best bad idea, Dutch Schwartz of AWS. Watch the highlights video for that yet again awesome moment.

    For as long as we can handle it, our video chats will be happening every Friday at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern. Please follow us on Crowdcast to get announcements of each new video chat and also be alerted the moment a video chat goes live.

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    #CISOSeries #Cybersecurity #CISO

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  4. Decentralized Social Networks vs. The Trolls

    In the summer of 2019, the alt-right social network Gab migrated to the decentralized "Fediverse" of social networks after being booted from mainstream financial services and hosting solutions. Almost immediately, Gab was met by a dedicated movement to isolate it. The movement was largely successful; within a year, the Gab CTO announced they would leave the Fediverse. This talk will cover how moderators, activists, and developers in the Fediverse used human moderators, strong moderation tools, representative codes of conduct, and no small amount of organization to promote healthy online spaces.

    We’ll review how some of the challenges faced by centralized platforms, which struggle with their own size and scale, have been addressed in networks of smaller, community run, more moderated servers. In the debate over how to make a healthier internet, the open platforms and open protocols in the model of the Fediverse may have some of the best resources to isolate bad actors, including Gab.

    Derek Caelin is an Innovation and Data Specialist at Counterpart International (CPI) with experience in open source technology and social media. He has helped activists deploy technology for social good at CPI, PeaceTech Lab, and the United States Institute of Peace. In writing this article, …

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  5. The Future of Fintech

    Finance and money are, essentially, a type of communication. As such, they are experiencing a huge amount of change. With our smart phones behaving more and more like financial devices, money is acting more and more like bits, sent and received as easily as a text message. The first and most common impact we’re seeing is the arrival of the cashless society. This relatively minor change for individuals accelerates the broader rate of transactions by making selling and purchasing so incredibly easy. This is where we are now, but the prevalence of digital cash opens the door to many more sophisticated changes we can expect soon. For example, charging interest was something that previously only banks could do, but now it is technically quite trivial. This innovation is the foundation for peer-to-peer lending programs, which have hit some roadblocks, but still show promise. P2P lending is just the start of the disaggregation of banking services. Traditionally, the old banks were gatekeepers to many different financial services, but soon we will see more new banks specializing very narrowly in savings accounts only, for example, or perhaps mortgages or investments, but not all of them. Another near-term change we can look forward to is the utilization of dynamic pricing in physical stores, something we already see in onl…

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  6. 5.3 Are You a Knower or a Learner?

    Humility <br />When we believe something, we are just so sure that it’s true that it’s very easy to confront and have a conflict with anybody who doesn’t believe exactly the same things <br />We see the world not as it is however, but we see the world the way we are <br />Our filters of perception condition what we can see <br />And since other people have different filters, it’s very possible that even though we are looking at the same situation they will see things that we don’t see <br />Imagine that life is like this radio that is playing on all the frequencies at the same time <br /> <br />And each one of us has a different tuning level and depending on what station you tune, you may be listening to rock’n’roll while I’m listening to classical music <br />And we can have a big fight: “Well, is it playing rock’n’roll or is it classical?” <br />Well, it’s both. It’s just that we are tuned to other frequencies or different frequencies and each one of us is experiencing a different dimension of a very complex reality that exceeds the capacity of any person to comprehend fully <br />That’s why we have to work together <br />Our minds are limited and they cannot comprehend fully the width of reality <br />It would be like trying to download the internet into your compute…

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