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Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #101

Extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies. Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my

Petervan's Delicacies

December 9 · Issue #101 · 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!

Extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies. Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. Enjoy!

The very best
50 years ago, Douglas Engelbart's ‘Mother of All Demos’ changed personal technology forever
We can't own information
Tadashi Tokieda Collects Math and Physics Surprises | Quanta Magazine
Jol Thomson, »Deep Time Machine Learning« on Vimeo
An Interactive Map Shows Just How Many Roads Actually Lead to Rome | Open Culture
I don’t care to die on any hill I’m actually capable of climbing
Breaking Down Stereotype Boxes | Yobie Benjamin | TEDxSonomaCounty
MIT Researchers Create an Aerosol Spray Loaded With Nanobots
Predictim Claims Its AI Can Flag 'Risky' Babysitters. So I Tried It on the People Who Watch My Kids.
It’s time for BYOF (bring your own Fi) | Computerworld
Data and Society
Part 1: Making identity more human – Jamie Smith – Medium
Data Protection Gets Personal - Disruption Hub
Homeland Security Will Let Computers Predict Who Might Be a Terrorist on Your Plane — Just Don’t Ask How It Works
Facial recognition: It’s time for action - Microsoft on the Issues
Facial recognition has to be regulated to protect the public, says AI report - MIT Technology Review
Continuations by Albert Wenger : Regulation for Facial Recognition Technology
BBC - Future - Why we should worry when machines hallucinate
Genetically Modified People Are Walking Among Us - The New York Times
Where is the boundary between your phone and your mind? | US news | The Guardian
How the motors of the global economy can contribute to climate goals
Thoughts on Incumbents, Evolution & Platforms – Stories of Platform Design
Alibaba's 'new retail' revolution: what is it, and is it genuinely new? Guest blogger Jon Bird - December 6, 2018
A random approach to innovation | Nesta
Future of work
Perennials, not millennials, will trigger the next wave of talent retention efforts
Internet Culture
Center for a Stateless Society » Review: Superintelligence — Paths, Dangers, Strategies
Centralization vs Decentralization – AVC
Constant Change is Here To Stay – Hacking Finance
What Carlota Perez Saw at the Revolution – Hacking Finance
Ripple and three others form Blockchain for Europe lobby
26 French Companies, Five Banks Complete Blockchain-Based KYC Trial Based on R3’s Corda
ConsenSys Confirms Layoffs, Projecting 13% of Staff at Startups to Be Cut - CoinDesk
AI, Robots, Algorythms
Questions about consent loom after tech brothel auctions off robot’s virginity for $10K
Microsoft Warns Washington to Regulate A.I. Before Its Too Late | Vanity Fair
Amazon might have a Cambridge Analytica-size problem
What Are The New Jobs In A Human + Machine World?
My Digital FootPrint: Can data disrupt its own data model? The new investors dilemma.
How to recognize fake AI-generated images – Kyle McDonald – Medium
AI desperately needs regulation and public accountability, experts say – TechCrunch
AI software can dream up an entire digital world from a simple sketch - MIT Technology Review
Artificial intelligence is creeping up on us—literally — Quartz
Privacy Advocates Are Criticizing Google Sidewalk Labs - The Atlantic
Second Machine Age or Fifth Technological Revolution? (Part 8) – Beyond the Technological Revolution
Post Capitalism
Four Days Trapped at Sea With Crypto's Nouveau Riche
Universal income vs. the robots: Meet the presidential candidate fighting automation - MIT Technology Review
Art related
Kusama - Infinity - Official Trailer
Koyaanisqatsi and Its Complex Legacy - Brows Held High
Surrealist Dinner - Jules Verne - Brussels 2018 - Long Video
Hear Electronic Ladyland, a Mixtape Featuring 55 Tracks from 35 Pioneering Women in Electronic Music | Open Culture
David Byrne Creates a Playlist of Eclectic Music for the Holidays: Stream It Free Online | Open Culture
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