AI NEWS February 18 2018

BELL-LABS BASIC RESEARCH
Ai is all about data – making it available to the public
Shahriar Shahramian, electronic engineer, talked about G5 Frequency. They are already working on G9 Frequency. He said the reason they have to change the frequency G4 is not direct to the subject. It disburses its effect. G5 is totally different because it will be concentrated, a directed beam to a person and then will be directed from that person to another person. It will change computers the way we use them today. (We’ll most likely have to buy new equipment). The change will be globally uniform. Computer games are teaching A.I.. Access to an unbelievable amount of data will make everything automatic.. We won’t have to think anymore.
C-Span.org subject” communications 1.13.2018 whole program.

CODING IS THE FUTURE FOR JOBS.

Apple CEOs are in schools getting the teachers to teach the kids what the future for jobs is going to be: Learn about codes and building apps.

GOLDMAN SACHS IS BUILDING A DESK FOR CRYPTOCURRENCY

They are developing regulations to make it safe. Bloomberg Channel: The Venture Fund is investing $25m into cryptocurrency

SAMS CLUB (of Walmart) CLOSING 63 LOCATIONS AND CONVERTING 12 TO eCOMMERCE FULFILLMENT CENTERS ONLINE ‘SAMSCLUB.COM’ ALA AMAZON

FACEBOOK IS MAKING THE CHANGES TO THE NEWS FEED BY TINKERING UNDER THE HOOD AND RECONFIGERING THE ALGORITHMS

Credit Michael Short- Bloomberg 
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/12/technology/facebook-news-feed-changes.html


AMAZON ALEXA TO BE FEATURED IN TOYOTA AND LEXUS SYSTEMS
By Jonat Harris – January 12, 2018 – No one could imagine a day would come when voice assistant technology merges with the automobile world. Well, the latest announcement by Toyota on its collaboration with Amazon will turn that dream into reality. The announcement was made on January 8th at the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas, Nevada where Toyota unveiled use of Amazon Alexa in the automobile will commence from 2018 onwards.

https://sanvada.com/2018/01/12/amazon-alexa-featured-toyota-lexus-systems/

DACOBOTS: TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM THAT TEACHES KIDS WHILE GAMING

By Jonat Harris – February 16, 2017 It’s an old cliché that is hard to disapprove that, ”All work without play makes you a dull individual.” Similarly, Maria Edgeworth is of the opinion that, “All play and no work make you a mere toy.” Faced with such a scenario, how best do you maintain the scales of balance as to not infringe on the growth and development of your child who is below twelve years of age? On the face value, it’s a herculean task to strike a balance. However, thanks to Dacobots, an e-Learning product from Ascendia, parents can essentially kill two birds with one stone! The doubting Thomas’s read on. Dacobots is presented as an online edutainment portal by Ascendia. What does that mean? Edutainment is a coined phrase that indicates the unison of education and entertainment. Simplified to mean that informative education material is presented in the form of games. It, therefore, goes without saying that as your twelve year old child plays Dacobots, he or she simultaneously reaps both the benefit of play, as well as, getting vital life and school skills at the same time.
https://sanvada.com/2017/02/16/dacobots-technology-platform-that-teaches-kids-while-gaming/

2018 WILL BE A BIG YEAR FOR GROWTH IN THE CRYPTO WORLD

By Jaymin Shah – January 2, 2018 Access is everything, especially in the world of cryptocurrency, which hinges, at least in part, on supply and demand. This year will be totally focused on the crypto world because of demand & growth of cryptoassets. Bitcoin’s value grew by more than 1,200% in 2017, but that wasn’t enough to even place it among the 10 best-performing cryptoassets of the year.

https://sanvada.com/2018/01/02/2018-will-be-a-big-year-for-growth-in-the-crypto-world/

ALGORITHMS ARE GETTING BETTER AT IDENTIFYING BEHAVIOR

By Seth Horowitz – December 26, 2017 – The holiday season has many things associated with it that generates positive emotions in people around the world. Sadly, it is also a time that generates negative feelings which includes suicidal thoughts. Although humans are getting better in understanding the human psyche, suicide among young adults is the second-leading cause of death according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fortunately, artificial intelligence is improving in this field as algorithms are getting better at identifying human behavior. What is an Algorithm? Let’s first explain what an algorithm is, which is a procedure used to help find the answer to a mathematical problem (finding the greatest common divisor) in a number of finite steps which frequently involves repetition of an operation; in other words, a step-by-step procedure for figuring out the answer to a problem or accomplishing some end by using a computer. While this may be a lot to take in, just remember that AI has evolved from simply being used to retrieve data to answer factual questions (think of the show Jeopardy) to now being able to identify specific human behaviors. How algorithms have been identifying human behavior. Back in 2014, an article by Jennifer Golbeck focused on the type of insights one can make about an individual by analyzing social media accounts. Considering the amount of data that is shared on various social media sites, the information that some may think is innocuous is revealing; analyzing tens of thousands of other profiles can lead to secrets one never intended on sharing. The title of the article, Smart People Prefer Curly Fries, shows that using the right algorithms and combining it with meaningful data can result in revealing human behavior/characteristics that even the individual was not aware of. https://sanvada.com/2017/12/26/algorithms-are-getting-better-at-identifying-human-behavior/

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WILL SOON IMPROVE THE HEALTH INSURANCE EXPERIENCE
By Seth Horowitz – January 1, 2018 – Since 2017 has come to an end, it is important to look at how technology has evolved this year and the role it will play in 2018. One of the advances that has had a significant impact on our society is the role of artificial intelligence in the field of healthcare. Though it has impacted this field in a variety of ways, it is important to understand the many ways AI will continue to improve the healthcare insurance experience.
What is important to understand is this desire to improve on the healthcare insurance experience did not come out of the blue; prior research has proven that consumers want intelligent and a personalized conversation when dealing with customer service. While some consumers may feel talking to a person generates more of a satisfactory experience over an automated response, research has shown individuals overall prefer engaging in a dialogue with a virtual assistant than a human being. https://sanvada.com/2018/01/01/artificial-intelligence-will-soon-improve-the-health-insurance-experience/behavior/

HEALTHCARE WILL EMBRACE AI INNOVATION AS PHYSICIAN SHORTAGE GROWS
[Ednote: The shortage of doctors was done deliberately over the years. I was planning on that type of education and was told that they only allowed 14 people into the program nationwide. You had to have family members on the board etc. etc. etc.]
By Seth Horowitz – December 18, 2017
Some have questioned why artificial intelligence is needed in healthcare besides for record keeping purposes for hospitals and doctor offices; unfortunately, these critics have difficulties in understanding the need for innovation or do not grasp the urgency on why it will be needed. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, they predict a shortage of physicians in the U.S. by 2025 that will be estimated to reach between 34,600 to 88,000 doctors (https://aamc-black.global.ssl.fastly.net/ production/media/filer_public/a5/c3/a5c3d565-14ec-48fb-974b-99 fafaeecb00/aamc_projections_update_2017.pdf). Since this is something that cannot be ignored, healthcare will have to embrace AI innovations and hope it can pick up the slack as a shortage of physicians will continue to grow.
Recently, Naveen Jain, who is the founder of the health technology firm known as Viome, talked with CNBC and said that a tsunami is coming regarding AI and that its’ role in healthcare will be a massive one (Viome provides a service that lets an individual send a stool sample to them for it to be analyzed by using AI). He went on to say that AI is going to play the biggest role because there is so much data that no humans can every process (https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/01/tsunami-of-a-i-coming-into-healthcare-tech-ceo-says.html)
The number of healthcare facilities that are opting to use artificial intelligence is growing, here are several innovations that should be explored for technologies using AI that can help in the upcoming shortage of physicians.
Artificial Intelligence for Medical Imaging
Back in 2014, AI systems were trained by technology companies to differentiate and identify an image’s elements, such as cats and dogs. Research and development over time could train these systems to successfully analyze a patient’s MRI’s, X-rays and CT scans; this could then lead over time to accurately find, diagnose and follow-up on specific health concerns. Several experts that includes Dr. Keith J. Dreyer, the executive director of the Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Clinical Data Science, strongly believes that applications involving AI imaging could revolutionize the field of disease management (https://giving.massgeneral.org/artificial-intelligence-healthcare-impact/).

DRUG DESIGNING THROUGH AI
Many people do not realize that to create drugs meant to tackle complex diseases that includes several types of cancer and Alzheimer’s disease, analyzing and collecting various amounts of information is required. The healthcare industry could use a combination of big data and machine learning algorithms to assist experts in the industry utilize everything about complex diseases to create more efficient development and drug design. Actually, several startups in healthcare tech have begun exploring this idea, such as the biotechnology firm known as Numerate; they design an algorithm-centric process that streamlines preclinical processes that include nominating clinical trial candidates and identifying relevant markers (https://www.inc.com/rhett-power/as-physician-shortage-grows-healthcare-embraces-ai-technology.html).

AS SCIENTISTS INCH CLOSER TO FIGHTING CANCER WITH NANOBOTS WOULD YOU EMBRACE HAVING PROGRAMMABLE ROBOTS IN YOUR BLOODSTREAM?
January 06, 2018 by: Zoey Sky – Natural News – Scientists and researchers from the University of Cambridge have revealed that they are currently developing nanotechnology that can ‘navigate’ a patient’s body and help fight cancer. But this effort, while laudable, raises one question: is it feasible to develop this technology instead of merely promoting lifestyle changes that can also prevent cancer?
Technology advances by leaps and bounds each day, and every new development seems to revolutionize our lives. Studies in various fields like medicine and technology are now looking into how nanobots can be used along with treatments that can significantly extend life expectancy.
The team, made up of scientists and researchers from the university, is working to ‘take medicine to a new stage.’ This will include closing the gap between patients and the advantages of technological advances related to the use of nanomachines or nanobots that can ‘navigate’ through the body. These nanomachines can then eventually ‘even repair internal damage, prevent organ donation, and function as patches to stabilize our cell function.’ A clear grasp of ‘physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, and social sciences’ is required to make the best use of nanotechnology. These joint sciences can also enable experts to one day ‘understand, manipulate, and exploit the physical characteristics of matter at the nanoscale.’ The scientists from Cambridge are using nanotechnology to potentially advance medical discoveries by at least 50 years. Should the effort prove successful, these nanobots can let us extend our lifespan and be reliable treatments in the near future. They can potentially be used to destroy cancerous immune cells. https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-01-06-scientists-fighting-cancer-nanobots-bloodstream.html

USING AI FOR AUGMENTING HUMAN CAPABILITY
Experts believe soon that artificial intelligence will converge with other advanced technologies that would provide the ability to enhance the human body. This could be achieved by thousand of nanobots possibly eradicating diseases during their initial stage or integrate with a human’s brain that would augment its intelligence while backing it up to the cloud (http://observer.com/2017/02/a-glimpse-of-the-future-ai-will-change-everything/).
Mark Minevich is a B20 Digital Task Force expert and founder of Going Global Ventures who predicts this will usher in a brand-new phase of human advancement. Minevich said that to put it simply,” he says, “recent advances in big data, software, chemistry, biotech, and machine learning would be combined to provide humans additional capabilities that would be directly uploaded to the human brain.
The Future of AI Innovations with Healthcare is Coming
https://sanvada.com/2017/12/18/healthcare-will-embrace-ai-innovations-physician-shortage-grows/

CLAIM: SCIENTISTS COULD ONE DAY MAKE HUMANS IMMORTAL
By: Larry Getlen – January 7, 2018 – Technocrats and Transhumans will not let their immortality pitch die, as it repeatedly appears in major publications around the world, and with all the standard reasons: cryonics, singularity and mind uploading. Invariably, Ray Kurzweil’s name appears in the article. TN Editor
James Bedford, a psychology professor at Glendale College in California who had just died of cancer, took his first step toward coming back to life. On that day, the professor became the first person ever frozen in cryonic suspension, embedded in liquid nitrogen at minus-321 degrees Fahrenheit.
Bedford was neither the first, nor the last, to attempt the impossible – beating death at its own game, according to Michael Shermer’s book “Heavens on Earth: The Scientific Search for the Afterlife, Immortality, and Utopia” (Henry Holt), out Jan. 9. With scientific advancements exploding at an exponential pace, some believe the Grim Reaper could soon be out of business. Here are three ways scientists are striving for immortality that are getting so close to success that they would amaze even Bedford – if he ever wakes up.

CRYONICS
Cryonics is the process of suspending a just-deceased person in a frozen state until the remedy for what killed them has been discovered. Then, theoretically, the person can be thawed out and cured. Subjects: Singularitarians,
Mind Uploading
https://nypost.com/2018/01/06/scientists-could-one-day-make-humans-immortal/

BUSINESS
HANG ON FOR THE DIGITAL RIDE OF OUR LIVES

By Zhu Shenshen | January 15, 2018 – Shanghai Technology has wrought so many stunning achievements turning science fiction into reality that we can only wonder with anticipated awe what could possibly be next. The World Economic Forum has drawn up a list of what we can expect to see by 2025. It includes unlimited and free online storage, robotic pharmacists and investment advisors, 3D-printed body organs and cars, and smart connections everywhere.Though some of these sectors still lag far behind predictions now, they have the potential to reshape our lives. Artificial intelligence, smart connections, blockchain, 3D printing and 5G telecommunications will drive business, transform industries and reshape our homes, schools and workplaces. In a sense, it’s the best of times and the worst of times.As we succumb to an addiction to all things digital, we face the prospect of forfeiting our privacy, face-to-face relationships and a sense of society around us. Or as Charlie Brooker, writer of the TV drama “Black Mirror,” wrote in The Guardian last month: “We routinely do things that just five years ago would scarcely have made sense to us. We tweet along to reality shows; we share videos of strangers dropping cats in bins; we dance in front of Xboxes that can see us, judge us and find us sorely lacking.“It’s hard to think of a single human function that technology hasn’t somehow altered, apart perhaps from burping. That’s pretty much all we have left. Just yesterday, I read a news story about a new video game installed above urinals to stop patrons getting bored. Read that back to yourself and ask if you live in a sane society.”


SO WHAT CAN WE EXPECT LOOKING AHEAD? ARTIFICIAL INELLIGENCEWHAT’S NEW:

Artificial intelligence was without a doubt the hottest buzzword last year, infiltrating everything from voice and facial recognition to autonomous driving, investment analysis, security surveillance and even remarkable Go matches between humans and machines where we mortals came out on the losing end.China is pushing full steam ahead in the development of artificial intelligence to develop a core market valued at more than 150 billion yuan (US$22.7 billion) by 2020, according to the State Council, China’s cabinet. Artificial intelligence, or AI as it is popularly known, has become a national strategy.
WHAT’S NEXT:AI will soon breach the borders separating industries like information technology, finance, automotive and healthcare. It may be too early to worry about how that may threaten jobs, where robotic creatures replace humans, but we can expect smarter and more efficient hospitals, with faster X-ray diagnoses.The global market for robots and drones will grow to US$3.9 billion this year, covering sectors such as logistics, materials selection and handling, navigation and delivery services, according to researcher IHS Markit.

SMART CONNECTIONS

WHAT’S NEW:

Voice controlled speakers connecting online shopping websites, game consoles that track eye movements, home appliances with real-time monitoring and automated food defrosting, wearable devices for fitness and even implantable smartphone chips are already in trial use.Connections between devices and humans are becoming ever closer, thanks to the development of powerful chips and sensors, the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence features both in cloud servers and in-processor devices.A US-based company has actually offered free chip implantation to volunteer employees. The chips, implanted in hands, allow people to do all kinds of things just by waving their hands. About 50 out of the 80 employees at the company have opted for the implants.

WHAT’S NEXT:

The global installed base of Internet of Things devices will rise to 73 billion units in 2025, according to industry predictions. Voice commands will dominate half of all online searches in the next two years, and devices will link people to the era of 5G networks due to debut around 2020.We can expect people to be more connected with technologies like 5G, Internet of Things and virtual reality, using various gadgets, glasses or clothing. Our bodies or other gadgets may someday replace smartphones to help us connect to the world.

CRYPTOCURRENCY & BLOCKCHAIN

WHAT’S NEW:

Bitcoin’s 1,400 percent surge in value last year far outstripped the returns of other investment products. Surprisingly perhaps, it wasn’t the most profitable of cryptocurrencies. Ripple and ethereum took that honor.The frenzy over cryptocurrencies has triggered considerable debate about whether they are just a huge bubble about to burst. Many people are calling for stricter government controls, especially in China.Blockchain, the key technology behind bitcoin, is now creeping into the operating technologies of industries like banking, logistics, retailing and law.

WHAT’S NEXT:

Blockchain-based services are expected to transform the financial services realm. They may also be used to assess the impact of advertising, fight fraud, pay for music and picture royalties, and streamline supply chains.The technology itself portends a future of decentralized transactions that are efficient, trackable and intelligent.

TECHNOLOGY CYNICISM

Brooker’s science fiction TV series “Black Mirror,” airing on Netflix, examines our society in terms of the unexpected consequences of new technologies. It’s been called “the Twilight Zone of the modern age.”“If technology is a drug — and it does feel like a drug — then what, precisely, are the side effects?” Brooker asks. “The ‘black mirror’ of the title is the one you’ll find on every wall, on every desk, in the palm of every hand: the cold, shiny screen of a TV, a monitor, a smartphone.”A recent scandal involving e-commerce giant Alibaba looked as if life were imitating art.Alibaba’s payment arm Alipay had to issue an official apology earlier this month after users accused the company of illegally collecting and sharing their personal data.It came after users discovered, when acquiring their annual digital financial report via Alipay’s app, that a data-sharing agreement was imposed on them. According to the agreement, Alipay would be authorized to collect and store user data, including personal and financial information, and share it with third parties.Baidu, China’s answer to Google, had to shutter some of its medical businesses last year after disclosures that it was promoting unauthorized medical advertising to patients, resulting in several deaths.Small wonder that digital trust remains a hot issue in China. More than 51 percent of people are concerned about personal data privacy as they subscribe to intelligent services designed to understand and anticipate their needs, according to an Accenture report released last month.Tipping points expected to occur by 2025

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM ASKED OVER 800 EXPERTS OF INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION ANDTECHNOLOGY ABOUT WHAT WE CAN EXPECT ABOUT OUR LIVES BY 2025

http://mobile.shanghaidaily.com/business/benchmark/Hang-on-for-the-digital-ride-of-our-lives/shdaily.shtml

DACBITCONNECT COLLAPSES/EVERYTHING LOST/PANIC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yR_XKzSFjDI

HUMAN SPIRIT AND MACHINES
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcDJ_CUcOzk

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT QUANTUM COMPUTERS AND THE BIRTH OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
WoodwardTV – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZqIUy9MIME

CELL TOWERS – WIFI AND 5g – THE FINAL COUNTDOWN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua1QzJi6Cwc

WIFI HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPdZRGLwvJ8

PROTECTING YOURSELF AGAINST FREQUENCIES AND NANO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIoM0_VNyP0

PRESIDENT TRUMP TO UNVEIL INITIATIVE TO BRING BROADBAND TO RURAL AMERICA
[Ednote: What is not mentioned in this article, is the fact that this step is necessary to set up G5 for future plans of driverless vehicles, robbots and an ‘artificial intelligence’ run system.]
Image: President Donald Trump plans to unveil an agricultural initiative seeking to bring broadband to rural America based on a report by the Interagency Task Force on Agriculture and Rural Prosperity on Monday. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI – License Photo
January 7, 2018 – By Daniel Uria – (Worthy News) – President Donald Trump plans to unveil an agriculture initiative seeking to bring broadband internet connection to rural America at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention. Trump will speak alongside Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue Monday to address a report by the Interagency Task Force on Agriculture and Rural Prosperity, which he established with an executive order in April. Much of the report was built on the basis of bringing broadband internet to rural America, Special Assistant for Technology, Telecommunications, and Cybersecurity at the National Economic Council Grace Koh said. [ Source: UPI ] Continued: https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2018/01/07/Trump-to-unveil-initiative-to-bring
broadband-to-rural-America/4221515368580/OBOTS:

SOPHIA THE A.I. SPEAKS ON OUR FUTURE, TIME TRAVEL, MARK OF BEAST RFID WIFI NEURAL IMPLANTS
The Supernatural – God is NOT dead – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88C7E7tKSr8&t=187s

A.I., MEDITATION & “NONDUALITY” (IMAGE OF THE BEAST IS ALMOST HERE…)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCYKoINGTHc&feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=rSOSMvNPLhSY2dKL-6

TRUMP & CRYPTOCURRENCY – Why Winklevoss, Chris Larsen & Mark Zuckerberg Matter to Christians
[Ednote: Another Christian Ministry recommending getting involved in Cryptocurrency which leads to the Mark of the Beast] Steve Cioccolanti & Discover Ministries – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmeIzmM9bAs

2018 WILL BE A BIG YEAR FOR GROWTH IN THE CRYPTO WORLD
By Jaymin Shah – January 2, 2018 Access is everything, especially in the world of cryptocurrency, which hinges, at least in part, on supply and demand. This year will be totally focused on the crypto world because of demand & growth of cryptoassets. Bitcoin’s value grew by more than 1,200% in 2017, but that wasn’t enough to even place it among the 10 best-performing cryptoassets of the year. 
https://sanvada.com/2018/01/02/2018-will-be-a-big-year-for-growth-in-the-crypto-world/

ALGORITHMS ARE GETTING BETTER AT IDENTIFYING HUMAN BEHAVIOR
By Seth Horowitz – December 26, 2017 – The holiday season has many things associated with it that generates positive emotions in people around the world. Sadly, it is also a time that generates negative feelings which includes suicidal thoughts. Although humans are getting better in understanding the human psyche, suicide among young adults is the second-leading cause of death according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fortunately, artificial intelligence is improving in this field as algorithms are getting better at identifying human behavior.

WHAT IS AN ALGORITHM?
Let’s first explain what an algorithm is, which is a procedure used to help find the answer to a mathematical problem (finding the greatest common divisor) in a number of finite steps which frequently involves repetition of an operation; in other words, a step-by-step procedure for figuring out the answer to a problem or accomplishing some end by using a computer. While this may be a lot to take in, just remember that AI has evolved from simply being used to retrieve data to answer factual questions (think of the show Jeopardy) to now being able to identify specific human behaviors.


HOW ALGORITHMS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFYING HUMAN BEHAVIOR
Back in 2014, an article by Jennifer Golbeck focused on the type of insights one can make about an individual by analyzing social media accounts. Considering the amount of data that is shared on various social media sites, the information that some may think is innocuous is revealing; analyzing tens of thousands of other profiles can lead to secrets one never intended on sharing. The title of the article, Smart People Prefer Curly Fries, shows that using the right algorithms and combining it with meaningful data can result in revealing human behavior/characteristics that even the individual was not aware of. 
https://sanvada.com/2017/12/26/algorithms-are-getting-better-at-identifying-human-behavior/

EDNOTE:1) Remarks on Bloomberg’s programs: Referring to the downturn of Bitcoin to over half of its value: the response was the Exchanges recuperated. They can track Bitcoin because the earnings go into the Crypto Wallets.2) Japanese are worried about getting income tax from people who are involved in cryptocurrency. They could go up to 55% in Tax collection. People are leaving Japan.3) Wallstreet is anxious to develop a framework for cryptocurrency which they related to a Senator. He didn’t think it necessary to know why the value of the loss was important to Congress.

BITCOIN HAS AN AGENDA AND TRADERS SAY NO TO REGULATION

February 17, 2018 Editor News, Video – RT/Keiser Report (E1189) – February 15, 2018: …Very positive stuff from this regulator (from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission [CFTC] and US Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC]), he seems to be paving the way for more positive disposition toward Bitcoin, in other words is cleaving, for those who support it, those who don’t support it. It doesn’t seem to matter really who supports it or doesn’t support it, it has a life of its own and it has an agenda: the protocol is hard coded to dismantle the fiat world as we know it. And those who try to get in the way will be destroyed by it, but those who want to come on-board like a friendly regulator that’s OK. I’m (Max) a bit worried though, you know it’s the classic good copy vs. bad cop scenario when…anyone from the government comes with a gift you have to be a little leery. (BATTLEFORWORLD: It appears as if the agenda behind cryptocurrency is multi-leveled. We are in the first phase of implementation and application.)
http://battleforworld.com/2018/02/16/bitcoin-has-an-agenda-and-traders-say-no-to-regulation/

RT KEISER REPORT: DO NO HARM (E1189)
February 15, 2018 – Recent testimony from US regulators at the SEC and CFTC comes under scrutiny from Max and Stacy in this episode, suggesting a ‘do no harm’ approach to the cryptocurrency sector. Max also interviews Patrick Byrne about the regulatory landscape as his own ICO for tZero draws to a close.
Check Keiser Report website for more: http://www.maxkeiser.com/
[If you are involved in Bitcoin, must listen to: very informative]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BgbGCuyF90

KEISER REPORT: JP MORGAN’S ‘BITCOIN BIBLE’ – A PLEA FOR HELP? (E1190) 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfYt0xjVznk

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