Transatlantic Cable Podcast

Episode 255 of the Transatlantic Cable kicks off with discussions around stalkerware, in particular a piece of software that’s been found leaking photos and other personal data on its website. From there, the team discuss a story around the US government tapping travel companies in order to track suspects.

As we move on, discussions get a tad more ethereal, shall we say. First up is talk around how it might be possible (in the next 10 years or so) to digitally replicate yourself online – as to why you’d want to do this is anybody’s guess. To wrap up, the team discuss a recent (potentially massive) story about a Google engineer who was recently put on paid leave from the company as he believes one of its AI programs has become sentient.  

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Android Stalkerware ‘TheTruthSpy’ Exposing Images of Children Online

U.S. Gov Ordered Travel Companies To Spy On Russian Hacker And Report His Whereabouts

Why you may have a thinking digital twin within a decade

Google engineer put on leave after saying AI chatbot has become sentient

Direct download: KL_Podcast_255.mp3
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