Our feature this week is an interview with Nicholas Hart talked who’s talking to Julie McCann about sensor networks.
- 00:31 Pattern Lock can break in less than 5 attempts
- 01:37 Transparency and Trust in the Cognitive Era
- 03:03 Human-like AI
- 04:50 Introduction
- 05:42 What is the problem with IoT?
- 06:33 What’s a smart bridge?
- 08:17 Can we build a sensor network that is snooping-proof?
- 10:20 Is it practical to build a system that is intrinsically secure in this way?
- 11:30 Would it be useful or good if we do build them intrinsically secure?
- 12:35 Are sensors necessarily only passive, or can they be part of an active node?
- 13:58 Since they can be active does this create the need of distributed software?
- 15:15 Where will the real mass impact be of this technology?
- 16:52 What about further in the future?
- 18:31 What are the genuinely difficult challenges in the networking space?
- 20:18 Do you think we might need storm forward?
- 21:21 Are there more advances to be had in the hardware area?
- 22:36 Is there a next generation of radio pervasiveness to come?
- 23:56 Would Li-Fi have value in the smart bridge environment?
- 25:18 More about the field under water project?
- 27:38 Would vineyards be a real-life application of this?
- 29:07 How close are we to the idea of a generic sensor moat?
- 29:51 So the challenge is not a technical one, but a theoretical one?
- 30:39 What is the question you would ask yourself? What are machines of loving grace?
32:42 The Joke!
Crew for this episode:
- Chris Banks
- Pavlos Petoumenos
- Stan Manilov
- Nicholas Hart
- Dan Mills
- Prof Julie McCann