The Illustrated Primer

Category: AI

Murder, She Wrote?

A few years ago, I was helping our daughter with some research about the location of the Telefunken wireless station. This site played a key

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Eric Leaks

There are a number of images circulating online that incorrectly identify various individuals as the Ukraine call leaker Eric Ciaramella. If you are interested in Ciaramella’s photo, you can find it in Mechanics of Deception (in on of the links) or at the bottom of this post.

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Is You is or is You Ain’t Ilhan Omar?

I’ve been asked by a number of people if the images seen in the video of the October 11 Minnesota riots that took place during President Trump’s rally show Ilhan Omar, Tim Mynett, and Isra Hirsi.

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Social Networks vs. the Enterprise

But alas, every garden has its resident snake, and such is the A grade serpent found in social network’s Garden of Eden. What many of us don’t realize is that the same characteristics that make the social networks so attractive are also their greatest limitation.

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The Anti Socials

Companies such as IBM and Microsoft are still scratching their head trying to figure out if this social networks thing is for real and does providing a communication platform for income-challenged teenagers makes any commercial sense.

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An Afternoon with a Fraudster

It was only after I played back the recording and listened to it several times that I realized how sophisticated and polished the scam was. The planners had thought of everything and had prepared for even the minutest of details.

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It’s All About Trust

The concept of clearance-based security (that is, non-expiring clearance) is reminiscent of cheese, especially the cheap Swiss variety, the one with too many holes.

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