Kevin Fleischer Identity

Love this subject - but could not find more beyond the main article. Think that identity will become complicated mixture of on-and offline facts. For some, the online will be more important and may even take over the other.
Posted: 24 November 2005 at 11:46

Doug Vining RE: Identity

The detailed analysis is only available to Full Subscribers and contains a lot more detail and links to related pages. Look for more MindBullets on this theme in the future.
Posted: 24 November 2005 at 12:24

Wolfgang Grulke RE: Identity

Hi Kevin - you need to be a full paid-up subcriber to get access to the full MindBullets - at this stage you only have free access to MindBullets Lite - go on, treat yourself and participate in the full debate!
Posted: 25 November 2005 at 10:22

Doug Vining Your news, your pictures

News can happen anywhere at any time. We want you to be our eyes - BBC News 14 November 2005
(perhaps they've been reading our MindBullets!)
Posted: 26 November 2005 at 14:34

Doug Vining Wikipedia: It's Online But Is It True?

A high-profile 'scam' of Wikipedia information highlights the trust issue on the web:
Posted: 13 December 2005 at 18:47

Doug Vining Wikipedia: a work in progress

Posted: 15 December 2005 at 13:26

Doug Vining City-wide wi-fi rolls out in UK - BBC News

Posted: 4 January 2006 at 13:42

Doug Vining Google aims to track users with wi-fi

Financial Times (Companies & Markets), 07 April 2006, p.24:
In an attempt to make free Wi-Fi access pay back, Google is planning to use a strategy similar to that of cellular broadcasting on mobile phones to target users ads' exactly to the block or two which can pick up a specific Wi-Fi transmitter.The move comes as a blanket city-wide system was awarded in San Francisco to Google.
Posted: 9 April 2006 at 19:06

Doug Vining Facebook reacts to privacy protests

U.S. social network Web site Facebook said on Friday it has adopted new privacy controls following an unprecedented online backlash over a new feature that let users track their friends online.
Posted: 11 September 2006 at 11:06

Anton Musgrave Trust is broken - we need an age of 'honesty'!

Trust has been many institutions and agencies that previously relied on trust as the core of their value propositions. Once again, we are confronted with claims of 'price fixing' or 'manipulation' of sorts in yet another industry. It's time for business and political leaders to own can't be's too broken. So let's just all embrace an era of 'honesty' and let's hope that over time we can rebuild 'trust' as we once knew it!
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Posted: 13 November 2012 at 00:11

Doug Vining Trust in a world of deep fakes

I can see a future where each of us has a personal AI agent which acts as a kind of trust bodyguard, flagging any incoming call or media that might be fake. If AI can create deep fake videos and voices, surely AI can recognise which ones are real, and which are fake? We won't be able to discern the difference.

Oh yes, we wrote a MindBullet on this topic, long before Google Duplex was demonstrated...
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Posted: 11 June 2018 at 13:42
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