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The extended version of Petervan's weekly delicacies. A nice harvest if a week with little online pre
 

Petervan's Delicacies

July 19 · Issue #3 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. A short 5-item version every week on my blog: https://petervan.wordpress.com/ Enjoy!

The extended version of Petervan’s weekly delicacies. A nice harvest if a week with little online presence. But everything is relative ;-)

The Workers builds fleet of robots to explore galleries at night
Insights into the levers of innovation in 40 major cities globally - Trends in the Living NetworksTrends in the Living Networks
With a New 7 Nanometer Chip Fabrication Process, IBM Keeps Chasing Moore's Law | Motherboard
2016: The Year We Claim Our Privacy Back - Forbes
Can We Control Our Technological Destiny—Or Are We Just Along For the Ride? - Singularity HUB
Banking is a service business – so study Zappos more than Lending Club | Daily Fintech
Robots Learn to Reason by Playing Minecraft | MIT Technology Review
Google Effect: is technology making us stupid? - Features - Gadgets and Tech - The Independent
Want a Better Pitch? Watch This. — Firm Narrative — Medium
Connected Car Company Zubie Rolls Out An API For The “Internet Of Cars” | TechCrunch
Apple has filed a patent for a new feature that could kill off third-party payment apps - Business Insider
Millennials driving FinTech adoption among older generations | Campden FB
The end of capitalism has begun | Books | The Guardian
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work — Medium
The Web We Have to Save — Matter — Medium
Engineering Serendipity — Aspen Ideas — Medium
The Next Wave | Edge.org
Big tech has your email and photos. Now it's on a quest to own your DNA. | Fusion
Dave Gray: "Liminal Thinking: Sense-making for systems in large organizations" (May 14, 2015) on Vimeo
No one wants to protect your privacy
“Steampunk” Infographics Beautifully Combine Past and Present
The Other Side of a Robot Taking Your Job | 33rd Square
The Heart of Innovation: Brainstorming vs. Braincalming
Amazon's Hollywood Shopping Cart Secrets - The Hollywood Reporter
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