- New Antibiotics Research Direction — most people don’t know that we can’t cultivate and isolate most of the microbes we know about.
- Swift now Open Source — Apache v2-licensed. An Apple exec is talking about it and its roadmap.
- Deep Forger User Guide — clever Twitter bot converting your photos into paintings in the style of famous artists, using deep learning tech.
- Prudent Engineering Practice for Cryptographic Protocols (PDF) — paper from the ’90s that is still useful today. Those principles are good for API design too. (via Adrian Colyer)
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Evolving expectations for privacy.
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Gesher is the co-author of The Architecture of Privacy: On Engineering Technologies that Can Deliver Trustworthy Safeguards. Bradford is co-author of Distributed Network Data: From Hardware to Data to Visualization, and he’s spoken twice at Solid.
- The difference between security and privacy
- Ari’s notion of what it means to be “polite” in a world where everything is recorded
- The need and rationale for standards and protocols for IoT devices