Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 18th, 2017

“Most of us are not ready to cope with this shit,” says Laurie Lau.

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And what do we, as humans, do with out live when ALL jobs are done by robots?

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“What happens when AIs talk directly to AIs, and something goes wrong? Who do you sue? Or do you jail the robots?”

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This is by Laurie Lau, Asia Pacific Association of Technology and Society, Hong Kong.

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Next up: “Artificial intelligence and robotics in 2030s social technologies: A possible scenario and the challenges to society”

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MsLods Some interesting tweets from day 1 of this conference yesterday via @stilgherrian @DrCassCross @DrMoniqueMann &..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…FD

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The work is by Dr Monique Mann and Dr Angela Daly from QUT.

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Next up: “From the cyber to the 3D printer: Darknet design files and 3D printed firearms”

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This is what happens when you set a quant loose onto the criminal justice system.

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Ah! So this research tracks the changing perceived value of the assets by analysing the sentences handed down to the criminals.

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@staticsan A cultural difference, relating to the perceived value of intangible assets.

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Chinese attitudes to what we call cybercrime have been very different.

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@JCharRoL I’ll try to get hold of the whole discussion.

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Learning about articles 285, 286, and 287 of China’s criminal code.

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@JustJimWillDo CEM the happy* world of “child exploitation material”.

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Next up: “Characteristics of cybercrimes: evidence from Chinese judgement documents” by Tianji Cai, University of Macau.

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There was a lot of interesting material in Sarre’s presentation, so I’ll be writing that up. .

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Once upon a time, Malcolm Turnbull once said things like this. pic.twitter.com/KNAGFRdbqv

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Sarre is making a number of sharp comments about warrantless metadata access, and mandatory data retention. He talks fast.

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Here’s a bunch of things that come under the heading of cybercrime. pic.twitter.com/RnRbRMX6JX

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Side note: Australia is the only Five Eyes nation without a Bill of Rights.

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Factoid: Policing costs Australians $300 per person per year.

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This session: “Australian police and cybercrime” by Rick Sarre, UniSA.

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bilalfarooqui Our D.C. office building got a security robot. It drowned itself.

We were promised flying cars, instead we got sui..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Fq

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@AICriminology Conference sessions actually started at 0830, but I’d chosen other things to concentrate on.

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The ICCCF conference program is at icccf2017.com.au/program.html and the hashtag is . It’s an @AICriminology joint.

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Tue plan, draft: 1030-1600 5th International Conference on Cybercrime and Computer Forensics (ICCCF), and writing about same.

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Tuesday. It is both brighter and more sexually appealing than a frog. Tuesday.

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