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originally posted by: intrptr
Hackproof, thats a joke. As long as there a screen with a keyboard, there is going to be someone trying to get access.
originally posted by: Discotech
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: Quantumgamer1776
I think cities are going to learn they need to have people to address hacking 24 /7 . In fact businesses as well they need to start thinking about having IT available anytime.
As we move closer towards AI taking over a large portion of jobs, they're going to have to create ways which will make the AI hack proof which will be probably a more daunting task than creating the AI in the first place
originally posted by: flatbush71
I'm willing to bet that somewhere in the metroplex a major crime has yet to be discovered.
Stones, coins, art or maybe a dope dealer's stash is empty.
It will be interesting to see the burglary reports by the end of the day as well as insurance claims.
I remember a crack dealer called in a 100k cash theft one time, Hehe.
originally posted by: jtma508
Make hacking a Class 1 Felony.
Make telemarketing scams and spoofing phone numbers as part of a telemarketing scam a Class 1 Felony.
originally posted by: Tranceopticalinclined
Even more simple way to stop this, put the siren system on the blockchain, that way unless the signal to sound off comes from a legit source, nothing will happen, because when someone finds a backdoor and gets in, and sends data to alter or spoof the sirens, the database / blockchain will check it's other copies of itself and see " oh this isn't right " and will ignore it or flag as error to devs to check out.
The future is pretty awesome, if we'd freaking use it.