Monday, January 14, 2013

Alien Architecture "In The Wild" Yet?

In June 21, 2011 (see here), I posted Michael Fiske's landmark work on a roach-proof and totally secure computer architecture. Michael just sent me an update on his recently published paper titled Turing Incomputable Computation (see here). This would appear to be The Perfect Architecture for launching a cyber attack of global proportions. I have no evidence that such an architecture exists "in the wild" yet, but I would be quite surprised if at least three countries hadn't funded or aren't well into building their own quantum random active element machine. Naturally, The Perfect Virus would, by definition, be able to "grok" the mathematics behind and "crack" this alien architecture. How? Hint: Stephen Wolfram's A New Kind of Science. Boy oh boy, but 2013 could be interesting.

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