I’m sure many of you among us have bought onto the Zhupao train of neural interface. Some research on this recently surfaced site has led to this G6.
Blockquote As a network, G6 is multimodular and relies on swarms of peer-to-peer (P2P) systems which are either distributed, centralized, or decentralized, depending on specific subsystems.
As bad as the old wave of first centralized servers followed by cloud computing was, a fully peer-to-peer method of handling vital information can suffer in so many ways. Man-in-the-middle attacks were always a concern on untrusted networks, now any person nearby also with a neuroid could access info about you. (We really need an article about colloids and their security features.) For more info read about blankouts. The Sanial CEO denies any connection, but can you really trust a company to say something bad about itself?
In any case, colloids seem to be a blanket solution for a niche problem that should have been solved by now (tainted food supply.) PTAE - mad fish disease.
I’ve been playing Somnogames on emulators lately, and I think I’m glad I held off on a colloid, how about you?
PS: Some crazy stuff in the news, not sure what to think about it, been seeing the other discussion threads and don’t have much to add on those fronts.
PPS: Using G6 to search Adira was probably just panic. I’ve been around since Heartbleed and Anonymous, so I know people go to an edge under pressure. But if I’m right about the security flaws of colloids, Adira or just about anybody could have become a murderer.