Curses, foiled again! Like, almost literally, foiled. A group of white hat hackers recently "hacked" a Tesla's Autopilot function, and forced it to swerve into the opposite lane. And they did this using only white stickers. Essentially, the Tesla Autopilot uses camera technology to keep an eye on, among other things, the while lane markers … Continue reading Tesla Autopilot Hacked with Paper
Even with the latest generation of smartwatches, we're only scratching the surface of what they should be After a bunch of research, I recently picked up the 4th generation Apple Watch. I ended up with Apple's version of a smartwatch after having tried Samsung Gear (love the bezel navigation, but the choice of apps is … Continue reading Smartwatches: we’re not there yet
New technology has always challenged the status quo, but self-driving cars will force us to rethink the very nature of our penal and justice system. Self-driving cars are in many ways both right around the corner, and far into the future. The basic technology is here; the cars themselves, as well as the foundations of … Continue reading Self-driving cars will force us to rethink the nature of our penal system
Talking about self-driving cars can get confusing if you don't get the lingo When talking about self-driving cars with industry people, you may find yourself somewhat baffled. I know I do. Sure, there's the tech side, which I can sort of follow, but not if we start diving deep into the technical details. But then … Continue reading Level what now?
Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin. As someone who works in the digital realm, and has my fair share of dealing with the financial industry, too, Bitcoin is everywhere these days. What's new is that during the latter half of 2017, it made the leap from those industries, and the true believers, to mainstream. Suddenly, Bitcoin was something … Continue reading Bitcoin is failing at pretty much everything it set out to be – but can still change the world