At this blog post with links tonight (AU – am UK) is a shot of the #SuperMoon. Enjoy.
This past week has seen a robot demonstrate rapid decision-making solving the rubix cube in milliseconds – 0.637 seconds, Sega make new units of its 25 year old 16 megbit mega drive, and in London there has been a ‘Mars home’ on display, as well as a quad saw released by London Startup Genius IP that makes square holes.
I also came across an interesting smartphone spray paint app ‘SprayPrinter’ that reportedly can replicate artwork on any surface; and, Tesla’s first test drive review with the ‘ludicrous speed’ option of 0-100km/hr in 3.4 seconds.
NASA is launching six Cubesats (10 x 10 x 11.35cm satellites) with accessibility encouraging interdisciplinary innovation. There is also a NASA Cubesat initiative for auxiliary payloads on planned launches – submissions open until 22nd November, 2016. Further information can be found at NASA. It is also worth revisiting the Chatham House paper on ‘the inextricably linked’ Space and Cybersecurity of the #PeriodicWrap of 25th September, 2016 and found directly at the Chatham House site.
And that’s it for this Supermoon #PeriodicWrap special. I hope your week is off to a good start. I am very much looking forward to speaking at the RMIA national conference on a management science approach to #CyberSecurity this week in Melbourne ;and, also to being a panelist for the CSO, F5 Anticipate conference in Sydney on ‘patching humans’ and what the next wave of cyberattacks may look like.
Until our next #PeriodicWrap
@DrSallyErnst Moderator, #CyberSecurityNetworks.