🌏 The international security implications of the end of globalization
. MUST READ.
“The 4th Industrial Revolution will unfold over the next couple of decades bringing amazing advances in manufacturing and services. Manufacturing, services, energy, and agriculture all seem to be moving to localized production. The net effect is slowing and may be reversing globalization. If this is happening, the basic assumptions undergirding sixty years of post-World War II prosperity and security will change too.” (Ties together AI, 3-d printing, trade and more.)
💡 Tim O'Reilly: We need new rules for the economy.
Time to replace “one of the failed rules of today’s economy: humans are expendable. Their labor should be eliminated as a cost whenever possible.” WORTHWHILE
🌟 Demis Hassabis on AI
: “Ultimately the control of this technology should belong to the world, and we need to think about how that’s done.” EXCELLENT
🔥 Fantastic Q&A with Yann LeCun,
one of the major research forces in deep learning. Somewhat more technical but a GREAT READ
view on where the technology is heading.