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Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #116


Petervan's Delicacies

March 24 · Issue #116 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory.

The very best
Science, Small Groups, and Stochasticity – The Eighteenth Elephant
Coders’ Primal Urge to Kill Inefficiency—Everywhere
Uber is creating a new gig economy that turns workers into customers.
The Playflow Challenge
Inside the Apple Factory: Software Design in the Age of Steve Jobs – Andreessen Horowitz
7 Non-Obvious Trends Shaping the Future
A “halo drive” could accelerate interstellar spacecraft to close to the speed of light - MIT Technology Review
The Role of Business and Government Leaders in Guiding Post-Human Intelligence | Emerj - Artificial Intelligence Research and Insight
A surprising number of people trust AI to make better policy decisions than politicians
Finally! A DNA Computer That Can Actually Be Reprogrammed | WIRED
What will the world of work look like in 2035? - RSA
Data and Society
My Digital FootPrint: The Privacy Policy is dead - the arrival of the surveillance policy.
Stop Saying Privacy Is Dead – Featured Stories – Medium
Cambridge Analytica a year on: ‘a lesson in institutional failure’ | UK news | The Guardian
How Google Tracks Your Personal Information – Featured Stories – Medium
Triton is the world’s most murderous malware, and it’s spreading - MIT Technology Review
The Internet Just Took a Big Step Toward Killing Passwords. Here's What We'll Use Instead
Human Contact Is Now a Luxury Good - The New York Times
European Commission Fines Google €1.49 Billion
Supporting choice and competition in Europe
Top 10 Technology Trends Transforming Humanity Beyond Cyberspace, Geospace And Space
Canadian company to build plant that will remove CO2 from atmosphere — convert it to fuel
How do you apply the three horizon framework in your thinking? Steve Blank you are limiting your thinking. | Paul4innovating's Innovation Views
Future of work
Traditional Higher Education Is Losing Relevance. Here's What's Replacing It
Tech for Good Opportunity Prosperity Workers ALL
Reimagining the Workforce in the Age of AI
Citi Scraps Its Plan for a JPM Coin-Like Bank-Backed Cryptocurrency - CoinDesk
Facebook Plans to Become World’s Biggest Central Bank?
FIS to buy Worldpay for $35 billion
Visa is Pivoting to Blockchain Tech and that Signals the Token Economy is coming
Financial Futurist Brett King Predicts Banking Becomes Embedded 'Experiences'
Russia pushes its Swift alternative
IBM Blockchain World Wire: How it works
The Future of Personal Identity
AI, Robots, Algorythms
Stanford unveils new AI institute, built to create ‘a better future for all humanity’
10 Cutting Edge Research Papers In Computer Vision & Image Generation
Robots could be conducting job interviews next year
AI Trends To Watch In 2019 - CB Insights Research
Re-platforming the Hyperconnected Enterprise: AI must be led by business operators, not IT traditionalists - Horses for Sources
Machine learning academics are flocking to tech giants and that might be a problem
The Future of A.I. Isn’t Quite Human – OneZero
Digital Ethics
The Government Uses Images of Abused Children and Dead People to Test Facial Recognition Tech
Stanford’s new AI institute is inadvertently showcasing one of tech’s biggest problem
What are the values that drive decision making by AI? – Paula Boddington | Aeon Essays
Art related
Mitten (2019)
Emma Kunz |
Influential Voices: An Interview with Thinkspace's Andrew Hosner
The Very Mathematical History of a Perfect Color Combination | WIRED
Stepping Into the Uncanny, Unsettling World of Shen Yun | The New Yorker
With AI and DNA, Massive Attack are hacking a new kind of music | WIRED UK
Rebirth: Introducing photorealism in UE4
Premiere: “Zwiespalt” by Kris Lüdi & Gian Paul Lozza - BOOOOOOOM TV - A daily selection of the best short films, music videos, and animations.
dominique perrault masterplans athletes' village for paris 2024 olympic games
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