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Innovation Intelligence Review #46

AI, The Ethics Of The DoD-Communication, Google Culture Trends 2022 Report-Cryptoeconomy: BTC And El Salvador, Update; Decentralization…

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This Week:

  • AI, The Ethics Of The DoD
  • Communication, Google Culture Trends 2022 Report
  • Cryptoeconomy: BTC And El Salvador, Update; Decentralization Of DAOs, A Myth For Now
  • Cross-Border Data Access, The Chinese Position
  • Meta And Metaverse, One Step At A Time: Avatar From Phones
  • NATO And Innovation
  • Payment As A Weapon: The Swift Dilemma
  • Quantum Encryption Bug, To Take Care In Advance
  • Trust of Europeans In Their Institutions And Scientists
  • Essay: Metamaterials And Brain Interactions
  • I Wish I Had Written It, About Spontaneous Democracy

AI and military ethics, after the responsible principles of AI development on 2020 now the Pentagon enunciates the ethical principles of development of AI in the context of military employment, AI intelligence

Communication and digital natives, 85% of the so-called Gen-Z posted online video content: Google’s annual report on the subject needs to be read, communication intelligence by Google

Cross-Border Data Access for National Security Causes, and Requests, for Third Country and Domestic Investigations: The Chinese Position, privacy intelligence by China Information Technology Security Evaluation Center

Crypto (1), BTC and El Salvador, I am following President Bukele’s experiment (bet) on the introduction of BTC into the national economy of El Salvador for two reasons: it is the first experiment of introducing a crypto into the economic system of a country and El Salvador is a small and poor nation. The fairly comprehensive update is not encouraging, crypto intelligence by NYT

Crypto (2), Decentralization and DAO is the topic of the reported analysis of Chainalysis. The organizational structure of the DAOs would like the tokens issued — one token one vote — to be distributed, maximizing the decentralization of ownership and, therefore, that of decisions. However, this is not the case: on average, they remain in the portfolios of the first issuers, crypto intelligence by Chainalysis

Meta has in the metaverse, as I have repeatedly reported and as easily detectable, its short-medium term target. It proceeds at 360 °, acquiring and developing technologies and knowledge, and investing a ton of money. Its research center on VR / AR presented a new approach for the creation of personal avatars in 3D, through 65 facial expressions: all with its own mobile, innovation intelligence by Reality Labs

NATO initialises a new fund with an budget of € 1 billion, multi-sovereign and aimed at start-ups, for emerging security technologies, innovation intelligence

Payment as a weapon for now is a problem. The use of near-total isolation from Russia’s SWIFT circuit is creating a dilemma for Western countries: Russia itself, China and India have long been designing and operating alternative circuits. The weaponizing risk is to lose medium-term control of cross-border exchanges, whether, for me and based on the data available so far, for now the SWIFT weapon has proved to be a blunt instrument for Russia Gov (less for the normal Russian people), financial intelligence by Leibniz Institute for Financial Research

Quantum Encryption Bug, Y2Q (paraphrasing Y2M the bug of the millennium), represents the problem that when quantum computers are available they will be able to decrypt practically all the security algorithms existing today. It is good to clarify something already said here: with the current development of technology, quantum computers, usable by clusters not composed of experimenters and researchers, are expected in about 15/20 years. However, two considerations must be made: given the cost, governments and Big-Tachs will be among the first additional clusters to be able to use quantum computer for their own purposes; second, the current philosophy of behavior is’ put away to decrypt later ‘: some data, such as medical ones, may be useful even in 20 years’ time. It is therefore good to follow the question, perhaps even from afar: there are those who help in this, namely the American NIST as the following analysis explains well, innovation intelligence by The Economist

Trust and institutions, measurement of citizens’ confidence in six European countries in their institutions and scientists with the pandemic as the rationale for analysis. On average only 50% believe that the motivations of governments to act are the common good: a little better European institutions and scientists, social intelligence by Peritia-King’s London College

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