Viva La Revolution Part 4: Categorical Reliability and Open Source Regulationby@salkimmich

Viva La Revolution Part 4: Categorical Reliability and Open Source Regulation

by Sal Kimmich5mJune 27th, 2023
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Categorical reliability lies at the core of our efforts to build robust and trustworthy software systems. Applied Category Theory (ACT) provides a unique framework to analyze dependencies, identify vulnerabilities, and establish resilient software. By adopting a categorical perspective, we pave the way for more secure and dependable systems in the face of ever-evolving cyber threats.
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