Bernard Brode, Nanotech Product Researcher, Microscopic Machines
Bernard Brode was a contributor to the mid-80s MS-DOS kernel and various OEM adaptation kits. This was about the time he began studying the history of cryptography and took up codebreaking as a hobby. That particular diversion eventually took on a life of its own and became a constant in his life, eventually propelling him to Israel to undertake master’s level studies at Ben-Gurion, where he discovered an affinity for nanotechnology.
Though it might seem that artificial intelligence rose up out of nowhere to take the world by storm in recent years, we’re just getting started. Wait until it combines with nanotechnology to a greater extent. Expect the resulting nanotech product parade to blow humanity’s collective mind across all industries in the near to medium-term future.
Bernard’s Experience: Cryptography, cybercurrencies, blockchain technology, quantum computing, cybersecurity, and nanotech products.
Current Enjoyments: Presently researching and writing a book on how artificial intelligence, machine learning, and nanotechnology will shape humanity’s destiny. For an interesting worst-case-scenario, read Prey by Michael Crichton.
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