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Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #111


Petervan's Delicacies

February 17 · Issue #111 · 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!

The very best
Extracting human value
Politically Opinionated Platforms
The Reunion: A New Science-Fiction Story About Surveillance in China
Getting Over Privacy
The Advent of the Digital Dark Age
Cultural Course Correcting: Black Rock City 2019
Another fine mesh – TechCrunch
The Future of Computing Is Analog – Member Feature Stories – Medium
Control by Stealth: Surveillance in the Digital Age
Burning Man nixes 'Fyre Festival-style' camp that charged up to $100,000
Data and Society
Fitbit’s newest fitness tracker is just for employees and health insurance members – TechCrunch
A Bill of Rights for the Age of Artificial Intelligence
What is a Data Dividend? – UtopiaPress – Medium
Stanford Researchers Dismantle Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Meaningful Interactions’ Argument
The Wired Guide to Your Personal Data (and Who Is Using It)
Amber Authenticate Protects Video Footage From Deepfakes and Tampering | WIRED
Facebook Turns 15 but Feels Old & is Committing Malpractice
Changing Innovation Horizons – Building The Agile Business – Medium
Forget People, Elroy's Self-Flying Drone Hauls Heavy Cargo | WIRED
Future of work
American Economic Association: AEA Richard T. Ely Lecture: Work of the Past, Work of the Future
As jobs for life disappear, lifelong skills acquisition becomes key
The Future of Work: Top AR and VR Trends of 2019 from Industry Experts
Routines – AVC
Prepare for the rise of farm bots - O'Reilly Media
Google Workers Lost a Leader, But the Fight Will Continue
Internet Culture
When Will We Reach the Singularity? – A Timeline Consensus from AI Researchers (AI FutureScape 1 of 6) | Emerj - Artificial Intelligence Research and Insight
Blockchain and Trust - Schneier on Security
The Fallacy That Blockchain Is Stuck in One Place - CoinDesk
Ripple, Barclays Accelerator Back $1.7 Million Round for Remittance Firm - CoinDesk
Why venture capitalists love fintechs | American Banker
A primer on Mojaloop – DFS Lab – Medium
Why the future of life insurance may depend on your online presence - The Verge
China’s Alipay digital wallet is entering 7,000 Walgreens stores – TechCrunch
JP Morgan is rolling out the first US bank-backed cryptocurrency to transform payments business
J.P. Morgan is using Ethereum to launch a ‘digital U.S. dollar’ — here’s what it means for blockchain
Can JPMorgan Chase's JPM Coin knock off Ripple and Swift? | American Banker
AI, Robots, Algorythms
One of the Fathers of AI Is Worried About Its Future
Google and Microsoft Warn That AI May Do Dumb Things | WIRED
AR Will Spark the Next Big Tech Platform—Call It Mirrorworld | WIRED
RE•WORK | Blog - Should your company hire a chief AI officer?
Trump’s Plan to Keep America First in AI | WIRED
7 Problems with Trump’s ‘American A.I.’ Initiative – Fast Company – Medium
Facial recognition tech sucks, but it’s inevitable
A.I. Judges: The Future of Justice Hangs in the Balance
Amazon Joins Microsoft's Call for Rules on Facial Recognition | WIRED
This Thriving City—and Many Others—Could Soon Be Disrupted by Robots - WSJ
From Stone Tools to Robots and AI: How Will Technology Change Human Civilization
Deep Learning with Biomimicry
New AI fake text generator may be too dangerous to release, say creators | Technology | The Guardian
Digital Ethics
Cisco Calls for Privacy to be Considered a Fundamental Human Right - DATAVERSITY
Only 17% Of Consumers Believe Personalized Ads Are Ethical, Survey Says
Digital Ethics Newsletter by Gerd & Petervan
Post Capitalism
The Real American Emergency is Fascism – Eudaimonia and Co
Art related
800 Illuminated Medieval Manuscripts Are Now Online: Browse & Download Them Courtesy of the British Library and Bibliothèque Nationale de France | Open Culture
The chills — Quartz Obsession — Quartz
For Museums, Augmented Reality Is the Next Frontier | WIRED
swissmiss | Hilma af Klint
The Hypnotic Allure of the AI Art Generator
How Talking Heads and Brian Eno Wrote "Once in a Lifetime": Cutting Edge, Strange & Utterly Brilliant | Open Culture
Let Gaika be your guide through layers of civilization in this game engine-driven, gothic future reality
This Interactive Map of Human Emotional Sounds Is Both Horny and Horrifying - Motherboard
Design is Not Neutral
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