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Futurist, Co-founder of Enteromics | PhD, Cyber-biosecurity

The Internet-of-Ingestible-Things hackathon

As co-founder of Enteromics and PhD in Cyber-biosecurity, I launch the very first Internet-of-Ingestible-ThingsHackathon as a series of workshops bringing together experts from cybersecurity with medical device regulatory bodies and makers, to help design security for the new generation “Ingestible-Things” or secure smart gut-sensing pills.

Now one year in…

PARTICIPANT THOUGHTS AND WANTS FOR THE 2021 INTERNET-OF-INGESTIBLE-THINGS™

The Internet-of-Ingestible-Things™

As co-founder of Enteromics and PhD in Cyber-biosecurity, I launch the very first Internet-of-Ingestible-Things, sponsored by the Dawes Centre for Future Crime, as a series of workshops bringing together experts from cybersecurity with medical device regulatory bodies and makers, to help design…

FOR THE WINNER OF THE 2021 INTERNET-OF-INGESTIBLE-THINGS™

The Internet-of-Ingestible-Things™

As co-founder of Enteromics and PhD in Cyber-biosecurity, I launch the very first Internet-of-Ingestible-Things, sponsored by the Dawes Centre for Future Crime, as a series of workshops bringing together experts from cybersecurity with medical device regulatory bodies and makers, to help design security…

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The Internet-of-Ingestible-Things™ Series

As co-founder of Enteromics and PhD in Cyber-biosecurity, I launch the very first Internet-of-Ingestible-Things Hackathon, sponsored by the Dawes Centre for Future Crime, as a series of workshops bringing together experts from cybersecurity with medical device regulatory bodies and makers, to help design security for the new generation “Ingestible-Things” or…

Meet the three teams that progress to the next stage of the Internet-of-Ingestible-Things™ Hackathon as they begin to prototype their gut sensing pills.

The Internet-of-Ingestible-Things™ Series

As co-founder of Enteromics and PhD in Cyber-biosecurity, I launch the very first Internet-of-Ingestible-Things Hackathon, sponsored by the Dawes Centre for Future Crime, as a series of workshops bringing together experts from cybersecurity with medical device regulatory bodies and makers, to help design security for the new generation “Ingestible-Things” or…

The Internet-of-Ingestible-Things™ Series

As co-founder of Enteromics and PhD in Cyber-biosecurity, I launch the very first Internet-of-Ingestible-Things Hackathon, sponsored by the Dawes Centre for Future Crime, as a series of workshops bringing together experts from cybersecurity with medical device regulatory bodies and makers, to help design security for the new generation “Ingestible-Things” or…

I’d walk into the lecture theatre, position myself in the center, look at as many of my audience’s eyes as I could, give a faint smile and I’d begin; where I would have usually said “and now put your imagination hat on", I found myself saying this time, “in light of the current pandemic".

I am a PhD candidate at the Centre for Future Crime in the University College London. My background is in Biochemistry and Theoretical Systems Biology and my current research focuses on biocrime, or the exploitation of biological tools, devices, information and systems. I claim that, despite current regulation (such as…

I signed up as an observer, came out a participant.

Austin, Texas

There were 19 responses on my survey before the conference.

Biohacking has, for the past couple of years, been one of the major buzz words. Ranging from health optimization to technological augmentation, biohacking covers a range of a whole loads of “boundary pushing”. This year I attended my…

A talk on future crime held at the University College London

The Dawes Centre for Future Crimes at the University College of London (UCL) hosts Security Science Seminar Series (for alliteration’s sake) every Wednesday to bridge the gap between academia and industry through practitioner talks. I invited Peter Joosten to speak to us about the Superhuman Era — impact, crime and…

A symposium to tackle “Bias and Discrimination” challenges in data.

The 2nd European Symposium Series on Societal Challenges in Computational Social Science (or EuroCSS for short) was held in Cologne Germany on the 4th — 7th of December 2018. I attended it to participate in the first ever “Paper Hackathon” organized by Associate Professor Bennett Kleinberg (UCL), that was taking…

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