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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

One alien architecture, part II

I previously posted on a mathematician who proposed a fundamentally malware-proof computer architecture. Being an ad man, I'm intrigued with a thing called "the elevator pitch." How would you describe this architecture to a non-technical person going into a meeting and who was expected to get you funding for development? Here's the elevator pitch:
This "alien architecture" addresses the malware problem in a fundamental way—new pure mathematics ideas applied to a non-register machine.  From a pure math perspective, register machines and Turing machines are fundamentally insecure.
Selah, Mister Fiske.

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