We Trust Because We Have Not Been Given a Viable Alternative:
When we click “Yes” to accept a software update, we literally do not know if we will benefit from it or not.
Trust in computing becomes justified when we can limit what software will do to what it says it will do, and that can be understood by the masses.
Who says computer literacy has to mean the ability to read and write code?
The Gem introduces true computer literacy for the masses without the burden of learning how to read and write code.
Essence® inside is the solution to the opaqueness of code.
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In 2020, a hacker tried to poison a Florida city’s water supply. The alarms are sounding loudly over the global infrastructure vulnerabilities that an increasingly connected world brings with its many advantages.[/expand]
[expand title=”2020 Microsoft email security breach“]
Microsoft Attack Blamed on China Morphs Into Global Crisis – https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-07/hackers-breach-thousands-of-microsoft-customers-around-the-world[/expand]
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Google Researcher Says She Was Fired Over Paper Highlighting Bias in A.I. – https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-07/hackers-breach-thousands-of-microsoft-customers-around-the-world[/expand]
[expand title=”An Ethical Crises in Computing“]
The ethics challenges associated with AI, is described as “An ethical crisis in computing” by the Microsoft Research team. The increased use of AI algorithms brings new levels of software complexity resulting in unexpected biases against people of color, heightened privacy concerns, and a sense of urgency to address software-opaqueness.[/expand]
[expand title=”2020 Security Breach at Microsoft“]
The recently reported 2020 network security breach at Microsoft by Russian hackers shows how even the largest corporations are vulnerable.[/expand]