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Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #107

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

Petervan's Delicacies

January 20 · Issue #107 · 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. Enjoy!

The very best
The Real future of the Platform Economy – Stories of Platform Design
Data Legibility and a Common Language: Coping Not Coding, part 2
Thieves of Experience: How Google and Facebook Corrupted Capitalism - Los Angeles Review of Books
The Brain Maps Out Ideas and Memories Like Spaces | Quanta Magazine
The Singularity | CCCB LAB
How do we build new systems to create the future we want and change the systems that are taking us towards a future we fear?
Your body’s full of stuff you no longer need. Here's a list.
Emotions // Electrical Signals – MIT MEDIA LAB – Medium
Culture and the Real Impact of Change Agents - Part 3 — We Need Social
In Hard Times, Fear Can Impair Decision-Making - The New York Times
We live in times of great continuity | Henry Mintzberg
Putting on some wait
2019 Predictions | The Daily | Gartner L2
Larry Fink’s annual letter and the wisdom of Southwest Airlines founder Herb Kelleher — Quartz at Work
Data and Society
Facebook's '10 Year Challenge' Is Just a Harmless Meme—Right? | WIRED
How Microsoft Has (So Far) Avoided Tough Scrutiny Over Privacy Issues
How to Think About Data in 2019 – The Economist – Medium
You Deserve Privacy Online. Here’s How You Could Actually Get It
No, Evolution Did Not Make Us Into Selfish Capitalists
When Chinese hackers declared war on the rest of us - MIT Technology Review
Gradually, Then Suddenly
Your Organization Needs a New Operating System, Not a New Management Theory
Google’s Project Soli is part of the future of the Internet of Things
The 7 Craziest Ways CRISPR Is Being Used Right Now – The New New – Medium
Don Norman on how pizza can save the world
Future of work
No boss? No thanks. Why managers are more important than ever. – Nicolai Foss & Peter Klein | Aeon Essays
10 Creators On When They Knew They Had to Make a Change in Their Careers - Adobe 99U
Amazon built an electronic vest to improve worker/robot interactions – TechCrunch
Internet Culture
Tim Cook: It's time for the shadowy world of data brokers to end
3 arguments why we live in a matrix and 3 arguments that refute them - Big Think
How The Brexit Vote Could Affect Fintech And Diversity In London
Ripple Highlights Differences With Swift, Says Real-Time Remittances Should Be Global Standard | The Daily Hodl
The Failure of Crypto Tribalism – FutureSin – Medium
AI, Robots, Algorythms
Should you say ‘please’ to an AI? | Seth's Blog
IBM Chief Sounds Cautionary Note on Deep Data, AI, Quantum Computing | Emerging Tech | TechNewsWorld
The Robot Restaurant Revolution: 'Jetsons-Like' Dream Or Automation Nightmare? Guest blogger Jon Bird - January 17, 2019
Why 'upgrading' humanity is a transhumanist myth
9 AI trends on our radar - O'Reilly Media
The AI Wars Have Not Even Begun : Wadhwa
Digital Ethics
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humans | Pew Research Center
Do Artifacts Have Ethics? | L.M. Sacasas
“No One Is at the Controls”: How Facebook, Amazon, and Others Are Turning Life into a Horrific Bradbury Novel | Vanity Fair
Is AI a danger for Humanity? Well… it’s complicated! – Futurist Gerd Leonhard
“A Demonology of Algorithms” with Mark Pesce – Team Human – Medium
It’s time to stop talking about ethics in AI and start doing it | World Economic Forum
Technology Is a Branch of Moral Philosophy | L.M. Sacasas
Post Capitalism
Socialist utopia 2050: what could life in Australia be like after the failure of capitalism? | John Quiggin | Politics | The Guardian
Art related
China’s Tech Boom Has Inspired a Wave of Internet-Related Art
Dries Van Noten | Fall Winter 2019/2020 Full Fashion Show | Menswear
"Geometry of Music Color", a work of by Reginald Brooks, Brooks Design-Contemporary Graphics (2009)"
Les playlists de Gallica : du Caucase à l'Anatolie | Le blog de Gallica
Download Vincent van Gogh's Collection of 500 Japanese Prints, Which Inspired Him to Create "the Art of the Future" | Open Culture
Large-Scale Drawings of the United Kingdom’s 69 Cities by Carl Lavia | Colossal
Someone Thought That Building A $200 Million Village Of Disney-Like Castles Was A Good Idea, It Was Not | Bored Panda
George Platt Lynes’ groundbreaking male nudes are finally on display — Quartzy
Dolby made a secret app for recording studio quality audio on your phone - The Verge
Breaking: Canada Announces That Its Border Wall Is Already Finished | The Inertia
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