“Alt’ai — Designing Machine-to-Machine Interfaces for Automated Landscapes” by Heinicker, Likavčan and Lin




    Alt'ai — Designing Machine-to-Machine Interfaces for Automated Landscapes



    Alt’ai is a simulation inspired by the rich aesthetics, landscapes, and cultural practices of a remote mountain region. As a self-generating repository of unique snapshots capturing instances of interaction among the simulation agents, it provides an instrumental reference for the development of future machine-to-machine authentication protocols.


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