View profile

Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #104

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

Petervan's Delicacies

December 30 · Issue #104 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory.

Extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies. Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory.
I did not expect so much good stuff coming out during the last week of the year. So, contrary to what I said last week, THIS is the last Delicacies of 2018.
Enjoy the holidays’ festivities and renewed contact with family and friends.
See you all back next year!

The very best
The Anti-Human Religion of Silicon Valley – Douglas Rushkoff – Medium
Studio D 2018 End of Year Report – Jan Chipchase – Medium
Software is eating mobility Rik Vera - December 27, 2018
The Biggest Technology Failures of 2018 – MIT Technology Review – Medium
Eating, Hacked: When Tech Took Over Food
Exclusive CEO Interview: Satya Nadella Reveals How Microsoft Got Its Groove Back
The Unpredictions: which industry trends do marketers want to leave behind in 2018? | The Drum
Episode 76: A Conversation with Rudy Rucker – Voices in AI
We, The Technocrats – blprnt – Medium
Auto Giant Behind Mercedes-Benz Launches Crypto Coin To Reward Eco-Friendly Driving
How can we break the Brexit deadlock? Ask ancient Athens | James Bridle | Opinion | The Guardian
Creating the everyday commons: The need to consider space in sharing initiatives | P2P Foundation
Data and Society
How Much of the Internet Is Fake? Turns Out, a Lot of It, Actually.
The Information Age Is “Weaponized” – Extra Newsfeed
The Most Dystopian New Tech and Gadgets in 2019
The Dawn of a New Big Tech Regulatory Era? - Shelly Palmer
Tech became 'darker and more muddy' in 2018 - BBC News
Book of the Day: Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet | P2P Foundation
How Hackers Take Abandoned Chinese Uber Accounts for a Wild Ride
The Biometric Threat – Some Preventative Measures | Ned Hayes
Top Amazon boss privately advised US government on web portal worth billions to tech firm | Technology | The Guardian
The year social networks were no longer social – TechCrunch
Top 100 people leading European companies in innovation - Board of Innovation
Intrapreneurship at Pernod-Ricard: test and learn in action – Rapid Innovation in digital time
Exclusive: Airbnb will start designing houses in 2019
Samsara banks $100M at a $3.6B valuation for its internet-connected sensors – TechCrunch
Programming Medicine – Andreessen Horowitz
Future of work
Wall Street Quietly Shelves Its Bitcoin Dreams - Bloomberg
Internet Culture
Google created a ‘responsible innovation team’ to check if its AI is ethical — Quartz
Nvidia’s Fake Faces Are a Masterpiece—But Have Deeper Implications
Moving beyond 'all models are wrong' and into rational AI
China Launches Blockchain and Fintech Incubators in Guangdong "Finance High Tech Zone" | Crowdfund Insider
How to recognize fake AI-generated images – Kyle McDonald – Medium
Visa To Acquire Earthport For GBP198 Million | Morningstar
Wonga collapse clears decks for US payday loan firms in UK market | Money | The Guardian
Google's E-Money License And The 8 Reasons Why Bankers Are Relaxed
Beyond Cryptocurrencies – Andreessen Horowitz
AI, Robots, Algorythms
What are tech companies doing about ethical use of data? Not much
12 Blind Spots in AI Research – Intuition Machine – Medium
Amazon Facial Recognition Doorbell Raises Privacy Fears - CityLab
Elon Musk wants to put chips in our brains. I'd prefer to stay human | Opinion | The Guardian
Congress votes to make open government data the default in the United States | E Pluribus Unum
An Overview of AI in Legal, Contract Management, and Human Resources | Emerj - Artificial Intelligence Research and Insight
Lockheed Martin’s AI Applications for the Military – An Overview | Emerj - Artificial Intelligence Research and Insight
The Case Against a General AI in 2019 by Byron Reese - 171.01.FourthAge - ChangeThis
Digital Ethics
Draft Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI | Digital Single Market
AI4People—An Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society: Opportunities, Risks, Principles, and Recommendations | SpringerLink
Human Rights by Design - Schneier on Security
Should We Be Worried About Computerized Facial Recognition? | The New Yorker
Art related
How David Lynch Stole Christmas | Open Culture
New Digital Archive Will Feature the Complete Works of Egon Schiele: Start with 419 Paintings, Drawings & Sculptures | Open Culture
Dreaming Of Wires: The Return Of Modular Synths - Attack Magazine
Theo Adams Company’s production Choreomania
Half a Century in the Making: Tree ‘Crop Circles’ Emerge in Japan | Colossal
svetozar andreev fuses nature and modernity to create mirrored steel form in malta
Data Shop, ermetic data can | Neural
The Reddit detectives are hard at work decoding Black Mirror: Bandersnatch - The Verge
A Robot Draws Ariadne’s Thread in the Labyrinth of Chartres | blogmymaze
burning man unveils 2019 temple design referencing japanese architecture
Did you enjoy this issue?
If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue