ROBERT STEELE: I value Ben Fulford, whose decades of work as a financial and political journalist with a focus on Deep State and Asia are unmatched by anyone I know. Subscribe to him here. Today’s report is quite good. Below is a graphic from that report.
I have been collecting examples of high school management manifested in high technology companies. I am interested in online, but any firm which embodies the elitism, the “we know better” attitude, and “it’s easier to say sorry that ask for permission” are fair game.
I read “What Silicon Valley “Gets” about Software Engineers that Traditional Companies Do Not” is an outstanding essay. It captures the essence of high school science club management method or HSSCMM.
AI neural networks are only as smart as they are programmed and the technology is still in its infancy. In other words, AI neural networks are biased and make mistakes. This is not a problem now, especially when many AI neural networks are in the experimental stage; however, as the technology advances says we need to discuss future problems now in, “The Inevitable Symbiosis Of Cybersecuriity And AI.”