Author Archives: Rufo Guerreschi

PERCHÉ ANCHE IN ITALIA TEMA CYBERSECURITY DETERMINERÀ LE PROSSIME ELEZIONI

(Questo post era originalmente un mero commento a un post del Blog di Grillo del 15 agosto 2017 a firma Associazione Rousseau. Lo scrissi sul cellulare di ritorno in auto da ritiro buddista in Toscana. Beppe Grillo lo ha ri-postatato il 16 agosto … Continue reading

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Intelligenza Artificiale ed Intelligenza Collettiva

E se la soluzione per l’Intelligenza Artificiale fosse l’Intelligenza Collettiva?! Chissa che la chiave del successo – nel controllo umano, allineamento ai valori umanità, e redistribuzione dei benefici – dell’Intelligenza Artificiale futura è la governance delle organizzazioni umane criticalmente coinvolte … Continue reading

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Comment on the new ENISA Report Threat Landscape

ENISA Threat Landscape 2016 report: cyber-threats becoming top priority https://www.enisa.europa.eu/news/enisa-news/enisa-threat-landscape-2016-report-cyber-threats-becoming-top-priority/ If IT security boils down to that of the weakest “link”, then what is the sense arbitrarily limiting the scope of the annual EU ENISA Cyber Threat Reports by exclude … Continue reading

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Even Google start admitting AI great risks and hinting at the right direction

The CEO of Google DeepMind is worried that tech giants won’t work together at the time of the intelligence explosion http://www.businessinsider.com/google-deepmind-demis-hassabis-worries-ai-superintelligence-coordination-2017-2?IR=T Absolute must read for those that think AI Superintelligence explosion may be just science fiction or decades away. Even … Continue reading

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Sono lo SPID e il software libero sufficienti per una partecipazione deliberativa elettronica comunale in larga scala?!

Con la conquista di 2 grandi città, il Movimento Cinquestelle ha finalmente l’occasione e le risorse per realizzare la promessa democrazia diretta, online e non, in larga scala. Il programma prevede un forte consolidamente e estenzione degli istituti di partecipazione … Continue reading

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What EU member states should do after Brexit

What EU member states should do after Brexit: Push for more empowered EU with more effectiveness, expanding the vote by majority for further unification Negotiate ruthless economic terms with UK after exit in order to discourage other member states that … Continue reading

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Marco Pannella: quello che ha fatto, e quello che ci lasciato da fare

Marco Pannella è stato un enorme beneficio per la democrazia, la libertà e il benessere degli italiani. Ha sempre scelto di mettere al centro delle sue battaglie i diritti civili, la dignità umana e la democrazia diretta, le questioni più fondamentali e … Continue reading

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Comune di Roma leader mondiale nella democrazia elettronica digitale?!

UPDATE May 20th 2016: una versione estesa ed aggiornata di questo post la trovi qui. Con le elezioni comunali di Roma del 2016 è per la prima volta possibile che il Movimento Cinque Stelle possa controllare ed amministrare un grande comune … Continue reading

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“Head of NSA’s Elite Hacking Unit: How We Hack” by ABC News

ABS News come out with this article: http://abcnews.go.com/International/head-nsas-elite-hacking-unit-hack/story?id=36573676 In assessing the veracity and completeness of what the head of NSA Tao says here we should consider it’s important part of its agency mission that hundreds of thousands of potential mid-to-high … Continue reading

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Il documentario su Garry Davis, l’assemblea costituente globale e l’intelligenza artificiale

Perchè la visione di Garry Davis di un’assemblea costituente globale è più attuale oggi di allora, oltre 70 anni dopo, dinanzi a minacce per l’umanità ancor maggiori del rischio nucleare.   E’ iniziato un tour mondiale per la visione della versione pre-finale … Continue reading

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We arw alredy in a “digital explosion” a head of Gartner says

said Christian Byrnes, managing vice president at Gartner. “An inflection point in business and technological innovation has occurred, which we refer to as the ‘digital explosion’ and the ‘race to the edge.’”

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“Islamic” terrorism and western state-terrorism can only be reduced together

Today, there was an islamic terrorist massacre in Paris. Aside from madness, what could the Paris Massacre terrorists, and those that support or strategize behind them, possibly have aimed to achieve?! It can only be an increase of fear and … Continue reading

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Welcome to Linear City 2.0, a social and human urban redevelopment concept

For my master thesis in Public Policy and Regional Planning at Rutgers University in 2000, I defined in fine detail an ethical vision I had in 1998 that convinced me to pursue that Master in that school: the technical, political and … Continue reading

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Some comments on the Preamble of the Italian Internet “Bill of Rights”

Last July 2015, the Italian parliament approved, through a motion, an Italian Internet “Bill of Rights”. We greatly admire and support the motives of the drafters, many of which are friends, but we believe it necessary to highlight some serious shortcomings to … Continue reading

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Richard Hawking on the great risks of the “default” scenarios for the future of AI

Richard Hawking, the great physicist, sees in the future of humanity like no one else. He sees our greatest risks related to the future of self-improving AI machines: (1) Human exinction, if AI machines can be controlled at all. He said … Continue reading

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