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

Petervan's Delicacies

January 6 · Issue #105 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. Enjoy!

Extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies. Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. A huge and very interesting harvest this week. Enjoy!

The very best
The Design of Platforms in the Age of Institutional Failure
2069 – Medium
How Smart Cities Will Vacuum Up Data — And Attempt To Protect It - CB Insights Research
Embrace the snowflakes
COMMUNITY-BASED, HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN
How big should your house be? - Curbed
Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Questions for the New Year
Certainty Theater – Hacker Noon
Resisting Reduction: A Manifesto
It’s the End of the Gene As We Know It - Issue 68: Context - Nautilus
If you knew everything, could you predict anything? A thought experiment | Aeon Videos
Join Analog Social Media - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
Physicists puzzled by strange numbers that could explain reality
What Does Support of Onlyness Look Like? - Nilofer Merchant
What Is Going To Happen In 2019 – AVC
Organizing retrospective 126 – Jan Höglund's Blog
ILA18 Keynotes · Dan Lockton
Shifting ACElines | Hakai Magazine
Learning with 'e's: 2019: Year of human renaissance?
How many dimensions are there, and what do they do to reality? – Margaret Wertheim | Aeon Essays
Data and Society
It’s Time for a Bill of Data Rights – MIT Technology Review – Medium
Homeland Security Will Let Computers Predict Who Might Be a Terrorist on Your Plane — Just Don’t Ask How It Works
Cyber-attack disrupts printing of major US newspapers | Technology | The Guardian
Data is Data. It is not Oil or Gold or Labour or anything else!
Why Data Is Never Raw - The New Atlantis
Huawei is China’s Black Mirror Corporation – FutureSin – Medium
My Digital FootPrint: Decisions Not Data (book) - Lisa Schutz
In a year of data breaches, India’s massive biometric programme finally found legitimacy
Dealing with Automated Monoliths
China’s Use of Big Data Might Actually Make It Less Big Brother-ish
Zeitgeist
The WELL: State of the World 2019
China’s tech giants want to go global. Just one thing might stand in their way. - MIT Technology Review
Roubini: President Trump is flirting with mutually assured economic destruction - MarketWatch
Vladimir Putin’s Busy, Bloody, and Expensive 2019 - Defense One
‘Defining moment’ for Tim Cook as Apple looks beyond the iPhone
Opinion | Is This the End of the Age of Apple? - The New York Times
Super-rich once again dig down into the dark heart of London
Understanding the Emerging Era of International Competition: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives | RAND
The death of consensus, not the death of truth » Nieman Journalism Lab
Innovation
Why Corporate Innovation is so Hard – Building The Agile Business – Medium
The future of online marketplaces - Blog | Dealroom
huawei releases AI-powered app that translates emotions into sounds for the blind and visually impaired
The IIoT digital solution platform market- late 2018 round-up of my observations. | Ecosystems 4 innovators
The US and China are in a quantum arms race that will transform warfare - MIT Technology Review
The Havard Innovation Labs: becoming an experimentation machine – Innovation Excellence
Google’s Project Soli radar is sensitive enough to count sheets of paper and read Lego bricks - The Verge
Future of work
2019: A new year, an old resolution | canalside view
Gary Hamel's Powerful Speech: Highlight Of The Drucker Forum? | Corporate Rebels
Generative Design for Architecture: Autodesk MaRS Office on Vimeo
Moving Away From Strict Hierarchies – Building The Agile Business – Medium
10 Predictions for the Future of Work | MBO Partners
I Tested Working in a Mixed-Reality Office. It's Closer Than You Think | Inc.com
Culture and the Real Impact of Change Agents — We Need Social
The Job Interview of the Future Is Already Here – Financial Times – Medium
More Companies See 'Neurodiverse' Job Candidates As Untapped Talent Pool | Here & Now
Work Futures Daily - The Curiosity Gap
Internet Culture
Everything You Didn’t Know About the Handshake Naming System — How this Blockchain Project Will…
FinTech
How’s that prediction for the utter disruption of the finance industry going?
How to Make Banking Un-Boring | The Daily | Gartner L2
Gates Foundation Supports Expansion Of An Open Mobile Banking Platform in Africa | Fintech – News and Analysis
Letter from the Founder – Hacking Finance
China's Didi launches credit, crowdfunding services in diversification push | Reuters
Major Consulting Firm McKinsey Finds Little Evidence of Practical Blockchain Use Cases
McKinsey Report Predicts Four Stages of Blockchain Adoption - CoinDesk
AI, Robots, Algorythms
Artificial intelligence can’t save us from human stupidity | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian
In Conversation with Zoltan Istvan | House of Beautiful Business
Will There Be Another Artificial Intelligence Winter? Probably Not | Emerj - Artificial Intelligence Research and Insight
Artificial Intelligence And The End Of Government
Digital Ethics
Technology needs ethics. Oxford philosopher Luciano Floridi explains why
Europe’s AI ethics chief: No rules yet, please – POLITICO
AI predictions for 2019 from Yann LeCun, Hilary Mason, Andrew Ng, and Rumman Chowdhury | VentureBeat
There Are No Killer Robots Yet — But Regulators Must Respond to AI in 2019
Digital Ethics — euansemple.com
Is it ethical to engineer HIV-proof babies? - Futurity
Experts Reveal Their Tech Ethics Wishes For The New Year
Gene Drives Survived a Proposed UN Ban in 2018—What's Next?
Facial Recognition Has to Be Regulated to Protect the Public, Says AI Report
2019 Is the Year to Stop Talking About Ethics and Start Taking Action
A Top Roboticist Says A.I. Will Not Conquer Humanity
Post Capitalism
35C3 - The Precariat: A Disruptive Class for Disruptive Times.
Jeff Bezos picks former Alexa VP Mike George to lead new education-focused philanthropic initiative – GeekWire
(Why) Elizabeth Warren’s Plan to Save America is Awesome
Eliminating Money, Taxes, and Ownership Will Bring Forth Technoutopia - Motherboard
Mainstream Economics Has Become a Celebration of the Wealthy Rentier Class - Evonomics
A World Political Party: The Time Has Come
Art related
Who Was Hilma af Klint?: At the Guggenheim, Paintings by an Artist Ahead of Her Time
Watch the Painstaking and Nerve-Racking Process of Restoring a Drawing by Michelangelo | Open Culture
Aesthetics
'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' releases astonishing behind-the-scenes clips
Building - The Shed, opens spring 2019
Snowflakes, your Army needs you, says new Karmarama campaign – Creative Review
The History of Electronic Music, 1800-2015: Free Web Project Catalogues the Theremin, Fairlight & Other Instruments That Revolutionized Music | Open Culture
Other
How 20th-century synthetics altered the very fabric of us all – Rebecca Altman | Aeon Essays
Fibonacci Konnakol
We thought the Incas couldn't write. These knots change everything | New Scientist
Iconic modernist guest house by Paul Rudolph will hit the market soon
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