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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
2/2/2019 2:26:42 AM
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Re: IoT
In that respect, humans need to start working on how to undersatnd and be better prepare for the changes that the Fourth Industrial Revolution bring, as pointed out by Professor Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, when he said:  "What I'm particularly concerned about is how little the world is prepared for the Fourth Industrial Revolution."

I pretty much agree with that. We can also see it's true, as per those incidents with the autonomous vehicles, which was a sign of human barbarism. I am afraid we are going to see more of this, because humans are not prepared or evolved yet for these technologies. 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/31/2019 5:39:33 PM
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Re: IoT
Yes, very true. I can only imagine.

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
1/15/2019 4:47:26 AM
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Re: IoT
The problem is that when a group of humans start attacking machines others, those who always do as they say withiyt knowing why they do what they do, start doing the same. If cases like the one in Arizona start spreading there is going to be a lot of trouble.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/9/2019 7:33:41 AM
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Re: IoT
Thanks for sharing the link, I will check it out. I don't disagree that we may see/hear of more cases like this in future, surely in the beginning stage.

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
1/4/2019 10:43:23 PM
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Re: IoT
The attack to driverless cars was in Arizona, not LA as I said first. Sorry for the confusion. Here is a link: https://gizmodo.com/waymos-autonomous-vehicles-are-reportedly-facing-ongoin-1831417779 I am afraid at some point there is going to be a lot of cases like that because some humans are aggressive and lack understanding of the technology that they are fighting.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/4/2019 7:17:55 AM
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Re: IoT
@Susan: I don't disagree that to be connected socially is good and logical in our tech evolution process. It all depends on personal choices we make and measures we follow o ensure proper balance and avoid unnecessary impacts. That's not good to hear about attack on autonomous cars in LA, i am not aware and will look it up. Inthat context i see that you are saying about challenge ahead with AI.

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
1/2/2019 7:59:12 AM
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Re: IoT
I don’t think it matters much if it’s good or bad as much as it matters to make the best out of it. I think being connected is a logical step in technological evolution. What I am not quite sure is if the human society is ready for this and the next level of technological evolution. Case in point, the recent attack to autonomous cars in LA? That is savage. Now think what it can happen when the first AI robots are left out to their luck.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/31/2018 2:52:07 PM
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Re: IoT
Very true. That aspect of social engineering involvement makes it all more challenging for security models to be built and function as well.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/31/2018 2:43:45 PM
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Re: IoT
Yes, absolutely. And even after thinking hard i don't think we can come up with things that may not be part of network. Not sure good or bad we are raciing towards being connected.

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
12/31/2018 2:35:58 PM
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Re: IoT
Good question. And what is not yet connected it will be soon. 

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