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StorySherpa: The Surveillance Intelligence

OpenAI Still Wants to Create AGI
StorySherpa: The Surveillance Intelligence
By Yury Molodtsov • Issue #56 • View online
OpenAI Still Wants to Create AGI

With $1 Billion From Microsoft, an A.I. Lab Wants to Mimic the Brain
Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People
The danger of the AI religion is in that first phrase. The belief that with more sensors and data, you can build a benevolent deity to fix all the problems you created is a powerful motor for the surveillance society.
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence?
Craftsmanship, Small Teams, and Real Business Models
Genetically modified crops: A wake-up call?
Why The World Needs A New Computer
Calm and Headspace might capture a large share of the future mental health market but it’s probably much bigger and the other industries don’t have such great contenders yet.
Sriram Krishnan
There will be an arms race in health space to build the next super-app for nutrition, fitness, mental health and medicine 🚲🏋️‍♂️🧘‍♂️🥬🍉

Right now, a lot of data ecosystems exist📱⌚️

The next billion dollar company will tie everything together from a holistic perspective💰💵💴
The co-founder of WhatsApp funded Signal, but a lot of people posting apology bylines in Tier-1 media haven’t even bothered to find some application for their money. Not saying they had to, but if they feel sorry enough to say it out loud maybe they should do something as well.
Matthew Panzarino
I Regret Building This Thing That Made Me Rich is my new favorite genre of writing
Technology has changed a lot.
Steven Sinofsky
Back in 1983 if you wanted to print a Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet in landscape on your dot matrix printer, you bought a separate $60 program called Sideways that came with an 11pp manual.

Here’s a bit of a 4pp review from second issue of PC World magazine (~370 pages mostly ads.)
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Yury Molodtsov

I'm an Investor at Day One Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in tech startups and leads their communications.

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