Hackers who exploit binary computers become expert cybercriminals. A vicious cycle of undetected attacks by criminal gangs, spies, and foreign enemies fuels skilled staff shortages and escalating costs.
Ken Hamer-Hodges, explains why outdated computers cannot stop malware and how democracy is undermined by corrupt dictators. Digital convergence subverts yesterday’s binary computer, allowing advanced malware, pervasive cameras, misinformation, AI, and deep-fakes to destroy our culture and civilization.
His inspiring examples explain the perfection of computer science that all can grasp. How malware thrives and why operating systems lead to Orwellian dictatorship. To prevent catastrophe computer hardware must catch up with software progress, preventing malware and stopping AI breakout. He explains how to transition to a well engineered, crime free, global cybersociety. How machine code achieves Alonzo Church's vision of networked function abstractions that avoid disaster by accelerating scientific progress.
Plotting the path for radical improvement is vital for civilization to flourish as democratically controlled, AI-empowered, global cyber societies. Ken shows how science drives high performance with high reliability for independent applications needed in a world run by superhuman software.
Join the author as he explores the fix to computer science. He shows how nations can thrive in a world run by dubious software, governed by superhuman AI, working as functional democracies kept safe from criminals, spies, and dictators.