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Peter Vander Auwera - Issue #10

The extended version of Petervan's Delicacies

Petervan's Delicacies

September 6 · Issue #10 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. A short 5-item version every week on my blog: Enjoy!

The extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies

The very best
The dangerous idea that life is a story – Galen Strawson – Aeon
Cartographic Compression
The Company Cultures That Help (or Hinder) Digital Transformation
Using Cultural Anthropology to Explain Why Economists Didn't See the Financial Crisis Coming - The Atlantic
Digital Distributors: The Supermarkets of the Web | Dries Buytaert
Imagination, Progress and Revolutions: Three Things I Learned From 'Sapiens' | Matt Clifford
The New Romantics in the Computer Age - The New York Times
Teaching tomorrow | The Economist
Improving Innovative Performance | Practice of Innovation
Innovation Excellence | The Rise of the Corporate Innovation Unit
The Power of Developing Platforms Not Products
Artificial Intelligence
Robots Lay Three Times as Many Bricks as Construction Workers | MIT Technology Review
Amazon wants to know everything about you by having a robot talk to you - Quartz
Why Human Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence Will Evolve Together, by Stephen Hsu
Is a Human Borg-Mind Inevitable?
Blythe Masters Tells Banks the Blockchain Changes Everything - Bloomberg Business
A world of continous partial employment - O'Reilly Radar
Guide to leading and managing distributed teams
Is Overwork Killing You?
The Rise (and Likely Fall) of the Talent Economy
Rethinking Work -
20 Questions for Business Leaders
CONTRARY BRIN: Envisioning the World of Tomorrow: a catalog of future-looking web sites
Revisiting Vernor Vinge’s “predictions” for 2025
Are You A Looker, A Listener, A Talker Or A Toucher? — The Coffeelicious — Medium
To Whom Do Japan’s Most Powerful Turn for Advice? The Sensei of Seaweed - WSJ
21st Century Dating Tips for Inventors and Investors
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