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In reply to @slokh
Brandon@saasdon
3/13/2024

not tablestakes but would love lists for private following and categorising people

nook
In reply to @matthew
Brandon@saasdon
1/18/2024

According to the Isaacson book, that’s part of the strategy. Elon’s been talking about it for a while. https://techcrunch.com/2022/04/20/elon-musk-mass-produce-robotaxi-by-2024/

Tesla
In reply to @zherring
Brandon@saasdon
1/10/2024

Great band

Christianity
In reply to @ahn.eth
Brandon@saasdon
9/12/2023

Had the same thought the other day. I think you’ll line AC

In reply to @whatrocks
Brandon@saasdon
8/31/2023

chinotto tho 🫰

In reply to @yb
Brandon@saasdon
8/30/2023

I highlight as I go, and occasionally add questions as notes. I then revisit my highlights after I finish and write up a summary. Examples: https://brandon.uno/books/

In reply to @incarterseyes.eth
Brandon@saasdon
8/18/2023

I think I just had to provide my company ID number, which isn’t Spanish (it’s Australian) but still worked fine!

In reply to @benersing
Brandon@saasdon
8/18/2023

Where I keep everything: https://brandon.uno/

In reply to @macbudkowski
Brandon@saasdon
8/11/2023

Kinda funny that horse riding requires a car 😂

In reply to @dwr.eth
Brandon@saasdon
8/10/2023

I rarely step outside CSS grid nowadays

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

The common thread here seems to be AI making previously useless data useful. While these examples are all concerning, I’m sure there are many other datasets that AI can make sense of that will be overwhelmingly positive for us.

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

Using stylometry to find people’s alternate accounts This Hacker News user is demonstrating how easily you can find people’s anonymous accounts by comparing writing styles. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=33755016

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

Connecting CCTV footage with social media posts A creepy example of how easy it is to identify people using security camera footage and social media posts. https://driesdepoorter.be/thefollower/

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

WiFi routers used to produce 3D images of humans Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have found a new way to locate and map people in space using WiFi transmitters. Or, x-ray vision into people’s homes. https://vpnoverview.com/news/wifi-routers-used-to-produce-3d-images-of-humans/

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

Extracting user locations by analysing SMS timings This paper shows that, after training a machine learning model, the sender can accurately determine the recipient’s location with up to 96% accuracy across countries. https://arxiv.org/abs/2306.07695

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

Decoding secret keys from card readers using videos of their power LED This method can extract secret keys from devices from a distance, as demonstrated with a smart card and a Samsung Galaxy S8. https://www.nassiben.com/video-based-crypta

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

Stealing data from keystrokes recorded over a Zoom call. Researchers can extract data from keyboard keystrokes recorded by a microphone at 93% accuracy when recorded on Zoom. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/new-acoustic-attack-steals-data-from-keystrokes-with-95-percent-accuracy/

Brandon@saasdon
8/9/2023

Today’s AI models are advanced enough to have a pretty troubling impact on privacy. A few examples I’ve collected recently...

In reply to @ted
Brandon@saasdon
8/8/2023

Wow, the goldfinch.finance website is beautiful

Brandon@saasdon
8/8/2023

A warm Farcaster welcome to @heyfuturejesse!

In reply to @saasdon
Brandon@saasdon
8/8/2023

AAL @ Dark Mofo was one of funnest electronic gigs I’ve been to. They had a live choir 🙏

Brandon@saasdon
8/8/2023

Fred Again.. fans should give Against All Logic a try https://music.apple.com/au/album/2012-2017/1345456809

In reply to @jackmcdermott
Brandon@saasdon
8/8/2023

The third act had potential to be really interesting but the way they had already given us the most interesting parts via flash forwards/backs kinda killed it. A more linear story would’ve worked better imo