What Bitcoin Did #25 An Interview with Toby Simpson

What Bitcoin Did #25 An Interview with Toby Simpson

‚œI don’t like calling it artificial intelligence as it implies it is not real. At some point, we will create this digital intelligence, and it will think, communicate and exist. I think that is an exciting thing and can be something which transforms our lives in all sorts of positive ways.‘

‚“ Toby Simpson

Interview location: Cambridge, UKInterview date: Tue 10th Jul 2018Company: Fetch.aiRole: Co-founder and CTO

In 2014 Stephen Hawking told the BBC: „The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.“ A fear echoed by many tech leaders, from Bill Gates to Elon Musk. The concern is the unknown unknowns; while technology has managed to improve our lives in many ways, machines operate by code based rules, but with AI, we are moving towards machines which can think for themselves.

AI is already part of our lives, from Google suggestions to Siri and Alexa learning about our personal preferences, but this is basic machine learning. More advanced questions are now being asked, for example with driverless cars, the car may have to make life and death decisions, should these be a programmed set of rules or is the computer left to think for itself? If the car is heading into a crash with another vehicle and the only option is to swerve into an oncoming bicycle, what decision should the car make?

What is the full extent of the risk? From autonomous weapons to destructive decisions to achieve something beneficial, AI faces many complicated moral and ethical questions. And the unknowns, a digital superintelligence released onto a global network, able to think for itself, hack and make decisions which humans would not.

Artificial intelligence innovation is accelerating, and regulation is light to non-existent. Companies such as Fetch are using machine learning to build a better future, for business and the public too, but are we heading into a dangerous period for humans?

In this interview, I talk with Toby Simpson, the co-founder and CTO of Fetch.ai. We discuss the world they are building for autonomous economic agents and broader opportunities and threats from artificial intelligence.

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The Crypto Show: Cody Wilson Discusses Bitcoins Roll In Getting 3D Printed Guns Off The Ground & His Recent Defeat Of The Us Government, Gun Control Is Dead!

The Crypto Show: Cody Wilson Discusses Bitcoins Roll In Getting 3D Printed Guns Off The Ground & His Recent Defeat Of The Us Government, Gun Control Is Dead!

We kick off todays show having a little fun talking about stupid shit the government does. Then a little bit of Bitcoin 101 before Cody Wilson joins in to talk about the role Bitcoin played in getting his project off of the ground as well as his very recent victory over the State Dept. in regards to his project from 6 yrs ago DefCad.org that released the first 3D printed gun files, on to the internet. Cody says this victory in essence has put an end to gun control forever. Not only will he bring DefCad back, he’s planning on expanding that file library exponentially.

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#243 Izaak Meckler & Evan Shapiro: Coda – A Succinct Blockchain

#243 Izaak Meckler & Evan Shapiro: Coda – A Succinct Blockchain

One of the key scalability challenges with public cryptocurrency blockchains is that their size grows linearly with the number of transactions. Mature blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum contain >170GB and >1 TB of historical data respectively. New nodes joining these chains need to download this data and verify it in order to become a „“full node““. The number of full nodes is a key measure of decentralization, and difficulty becoming a full node translates into future centralization.

In this episode, we are joined by the duo of Evan Shapiro and Izaak Meckler, CEO and CTO at O(1) Labs respectively. O(1) Labs is a pioneering company that uses zkSNARK technology in order to construct a cryptocurrency blockchain, called Coda, that solves the blockchain size scalability bottleneck. New nodes joining the Coda network will be able to trustlessly boot up in under a minute by verifying cryptographic proofs that attest to the validity of the current chain. This technology has great potential to enable decentralization, and for one blockchain to be a light client of another blockchain.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Scalability challenges of current cryptocurrencies
  • Background on O(1) Labs and their mission statement
  • How Coda uses succinct computational integrity technology (zkSNARKs) to enable further decentralization of blockchains
  • Snarky – a domain specific language for zkSNARK computations
  • Current state of Coda and roadmap

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The Tatiana Show ‚“ Bobby Casey of Global Wealth Protection & co-hosts Cynthia Gayton & Dj Scrilla of Art on the Blockchain

The Tatiana Show ‚“ Bobby Casey of Global Wealth Protection & co-hosts Cynthia Gayton & Dj Scrilla of Art on the Blockchain

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— Entrepreneurship and tech

— Smart Contracts
— Decentralized blockchain voluntary cooperation
— Artists tokenized benefits

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DJ J Scrilla is a modern day renaissance man. He’s been a critically acclaimed producer, mixtape deejay, illustrator, video director, A&R, artist manager, writer and even a podcast host. He began his string of production credits in 2001 and since has developed a long discography which boasts production credits featuring hall of fame rappers Killer Mike, Raekwon, Smif N Wessunand 100s more. In 2004, his production group Guns-N-Butter was formed and made history by releasing one of the first producer-based mixtapes. His boutique indie label, Inner Loop Records, which he helped create in 2006, went on to play an integral part the modern day DMV scene and was one of a few collectives in the area that went worldwide in indie rap. He was nominated for Producer Of The Year for 4 straight years by his peers from 2009-2012 and put out a string of records during that time that earned him praises on top blogs, magazine articles and more. He is also credited with throwing the very first live beat battle in 2001 as a college student in DC at the Metro Caf. Scrilla (sometimes going by Scrilla Ventura,) has been flexing his illustrations as of late and has designed a number of album covers and blockchain assets in the form of trading cards. Since throwing his hat in the bitcoin space, Scrilla has been writing articles on CryptoArt & CryptoMusic. In his spare time he also manages the most alpha frog meme ever created ‚“ DJPEPE. Currently, he is investing his time and energy on building his newest venture ‚“ RARE SCRILLA, LLC.

Cynthia Gayton holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University and a Juris Doctor degree from George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia. Cynthia is a member of both the State Bar of Virginia and the District of Columbia Bar. Her practice areas include small business entity organization, intellectual property, information technology, contract review and analysis. She has worked as an attorney for the federal government, private businesses and law firms, as well as non-profit organizations. She is a Professorial Lecturer of Engineering Law at The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The 10th Edition of her book, „Legal Aspects of Engineering,“ published by Kendall-Hunt, was released in January 2017. She is the author of several articles, notably about current legal issues related to the arts, blockchain, and smart contracts. In addition, she is the co-host of Art on the Blockchain podcast with DJ J Scrilla.

Bobby Casey is the Managing Partner of Global Wealth Protection, LLC. GWP helps clients from around the world internationalize their assets and take advantage of unique investment opportunities globally. Bobby is a lifelong entrepreneur, investor and student of life. He is a believer in privacy and freedom and fights this fight through words and actions around the world. As a renowned speaker on anarcho-capitalism, free-market economics, and offshore business, Mr. Casey travels the globe working with like-minded clients helping them properly structure their businesses and their lives to minimize risk and maximize reward. He hold 2 undergraduate degrees; BS in Finance with a minor in Economics, BS in International Business with a minor in Russian ‚“ Master’s in Entrepreneurship from MIT. GWP provides asset protection consulting and offshore corporate and trust services in Anguilla, Seychelles, Nevis, Cook Islands, Belize and St. Vincent. The company is focused on educating clients in proper ways to move assets offshore and diversify globally while finding the right solutions for each individual need. Partners are focused on one-on-one client interaction with a problem solving approach. As part of the GWP group of companies, we also own a licensed and regulated trust company with offices in Anguilla and Belize ‚“ Agora Trust. AT provides fiduciary and trust administration, offshore corporate services, and offshore asset management. The company’s final business is in education via a virtual format. GWP Insiders is our monthly newsletter that brings the components of live education right to you computer with monthly video interviews and articles on asset protection, international investments, unique income strategies and living overseas. Our panel of experts contribute liberally as a way to spread the message of internationalization.

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What Bitcoin Did #24 An Interview with Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert

What Bitcoin Did #24 An Interview with Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert

‚œThere is no win for the UK economically, you can change the colour of your passport and you might feel good, but you are not going to have any economic benefit at all from Brexit.‘

‚“ Max Keiser

Interview location: London, UKInterview date: Thu 28th Jun 2018

In 2010, Max Keiser called JP Morgan Chase „the biggest financial terrorist on Wall Street“ and started a campaign to crash the bank by encouraging people to buy Silver, leaving JP Morgan with a significant short position.

JP Morgan is just one example where Max has challenged financial institutions. Whether as a guest on TV, via Twitter or his media outlet, The Keiser Report, alongside his wife Stacy Herbert, Max regularly highlights the unethical practices of big banks and fiscal mismanagement from governments.

Max first introduced Bitcoin to the Keiser report in 2011; he realised that it was sound money, outside of the control of governments and banks, and The Keiser Report was the only media outlet promoting it. Max has continued to support Bitcoin and is one of the leading voices in the community, confident that the price of a single coin will reach over $100k.

In this interview, I talk to Max and Stacy about Brexit, the inevitable death of paper money and why Bitcoin is so important.

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