What will be the next big thing for technology in 2013?

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As the technology world heads into the new year, many people are predicting exciting changes; particularly in the mobile, big data and security sectors. What do you think will be the next big thing for technology in 2013?
ASKED: December 26, 2012  6:44 PM
UPDATED: January 10, 2013  4:28 PM

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  • knightmd
    I believe it is going to be our new program.  I.M.P.A.C.T which is going to have an impact on data security. We are shaking up how encryption is done that no one has been able to be successful at doing.  Even better than the current standard AES. It is currently on the provisional patent list.  If anyone can give us guidance as to how to market this, let us know!  Thanks in advance. 
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  • TomLiotta
    Market "it"? What is "it"? Without knowing what "it" is, there is no good marketing advice. Saying "it" is better than AES implies that "it" is an encryption algorithm. If that's what "it" is, then publish the algorithm on various cryptography forums and have it analyzed. If general cryptanalysis experts approve it, it won't have to be marketed. (But 'marketing' an encryption algorithm can be pretty tricky since everyone knows how it works. See, e.g., the Rijndael Intellectual Property statements required for the submission to even be considered as a standard.) -- Tom
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  • knightmd
    Thank you TomLiotta for your wisdom.  We are aware of many implications to the release of "it" to the public hence the provisional patent. "It" is what we believe and have tested via our own methods created specifically for this program since there were none adequate to handle the program.  We believe we have debunked the theory of impossibility, quantum one time programs-without a quantum computer: http://www.perimeterinstitute.ca/videos/quantum-one-time-programs
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  • TomLiotta
    Then you'll probably be pleased with results after publishing for analysis. -- Tom
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