Article List


  1. God Mode. Introducing my fully autonomous coding framework
  2. Addressing Accusations of Handholding — LessWrong
  3. GRC Outlook -Technology Magazine | Security & Governance
  4. How 1990s libertarians laid the groundwork for cryptocurrency
  5. The Bleeding Edge of Semiconductors: A Tale of Three Companies – Zeihan on Geopolitics
  6. Robotics Through Science Fiction – Chapter 3: “Long Shot”
  7. The UAE Is on a Mission to Become an AI Power
  8. 8 Google Employees Invented Modern AI. Here’s the Inside Story
  9. How the A.I. That Drives ChatGPT Will Move Into the Physical World
  10. It’s Looking a Lot Like World War II Out There
  11. How to Feed the AIs
  12. AI Prompt Engineering Is Dead
  13. The Areas of Mathematics Explained
  14. Pixar CTO on OpenUSD, Vision Pro Future, and USD Web Tools
  15. Inside OpenAI’s Plan to Make AI More ‘Democratic’
  16. Training Data for the Price of a Sandwich: Common Crawl’s Impact on Generative AI
  17. The Science and Standards Behind the Breakthrough
  18. Can AI Unlock the Secrets of the Ancient World?
  19. The end of my childhood
  21. Impressions of Theophrastus Such by George Eliot: Shadows of the Coming Race
  22. Without fundamental advances, misalignment and catastrophe are the default outcomes of training powerful AI — LessWrong
  23. LLM Agents — Intuitively and Exhaustively Explained
  24. Apple Shares the Secret of Why the 40-Year-Old Mac Still Rules
  25. AI has a trust problem — meet the startups trying to fix it
  26. Why Nuclear Is the Best Energy
  27. How to be More Agentic
  28. Mountains, Monasteries, and the Metropolis
  29. The Pulse: Will US companies hire fewer engineers due to Section 174?
  30. Chapter 1: Dark Satanic Mills
  31. Writing Books Remains a Tough Way to Make a Living
  32. Nikon, Sony and Canon fight AI fakes with new camera tech
  33. Advanced tips for rising writers.
  35. Literature Under the Spell of A.I.
  36. The Joy Of Art Making: Why there is power to creativity
  37. Now we know what OpenAI’s superalignment team has been up to
  38. How to Survive as a Human Creator in the AI Era
  39. Using LLMs locally on iPad or iPhone
  40. Can LLMs Replace Data Analysts? Building An LLM-Powered Analyst
  41. Robotics Q&A with Boston Dynamics’ Aaron Saunders | TechCrunch
  42. This A.I. Subculture’s Motto: Go, Go, Go
  43. Opinion | Should A.I. Accelerate? Decelerate? The Answer Is Both.
  44. The Best Available Human Standard
  45. My techno-optimism
  46. The Top 7 AI Text-to-speech and Voice-cloning Startups of 2023 | Deepgram
  47. Meditations On Moloch
  48. The Egg
  49. Introducing the AI Alliance
  50. Quando l’Intelligenza Artificiale diventerà superumana? «La “singolarità” avverrà entro il 2031»
  51. Physicists May Have Found a Hard Limit on The Performance of Large Quantum Computers
  52. How I—A Reasonable Person—Use ChatGPT
  53. How Jensen Huang’s Nvidia Is Powering the A.I. Revolution
  54. Generative AI in the Enterprise
  55. How do I ask a good question? – Help Center
  56. How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
  57. Getting Started with Claude 2 API – KDnuggets
  58. Exclusive: IBM debuts $500 million enterprise AI venture fund
  59. The Great Cash-for-Carbon Hustle
  61. Announcing Grok
  62. Context Windows: The Short-term Memory of Large Language Models
  63. Pluralistic: Big Tech’s “attention rents” (03 Nov 2023) – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  64. ChatGPT for career growth? Practica introduces AI-based career coaching and mentorship | TechCrunch
  65. Picking up the pieces of our grief
  66. Prompt Economics: Understanding ChatGPT Costs | One AI
  67. *GOAT: Who is the Greatest Economist of all Time, and Why Does it Matter?* – Marginal REVOLUTION
  68. What Is Technological Singularity?
  69. 10 Things to Do in Your Startup Summit in 2023: Learnings from V7
  71. DAVID BRIN: Political Blackmail: The Hidden Danger to Public Servants
  72. The Techno-Optimist Manifesto | Andreessen Horowitz
  73. Anthropic’s Responsible Scaling Policy
  74. I’ve Been Thinking by Daniel C Dennett review – an engaging, vexing memoir with a humility bypass
  75. The Game-Changing Potential of the Falling Price of AI Inference: A Guide for Business Leaders
  76. How Will A.I. Learn Next?
  77. A test of artificial intelligence
  78. Unbundling AI — Benedict Evans
  79. 2,851 Miles // Bill Gurley (Transcript + Slides)
  80. A review of Number Go Up, on crypto shenanigans
  81. The Classroom of Tomorrow: Promise and Limitations of AI Teaching Assistants
  82. The synthetic social network is coming
  83. Why Silicon Valley’s biggest AI developers are hiring poets
  84. 5 ChatGPT Prompts To Spark Game-Changing Ideas For Your Business
  85. Sam Altman Is the Oppenheimer of Our Age
  86. Rethinking the Luddites in the Age of A.I.
  87. Is Consciousness Part of the Fabric of the Universe?
  88. Array Labs: 3D Mapping Earth from Space
  89. MSN
  90. DAVID BRIN: Atlas Shrugged: The Hidden Context of the Book and Film
  91. Revealed: top carbon offset projects may not cut planet-heating emissions
  92. Generative AI’s Act Two
  93. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Introduce Kani: A Lightweight, Flexible, and Model-Agnostic Open-Source AI Framework for Building Language Model Applications
  94. Prompt engineering for Claude’s long context window
  95. AI-focused tech firms locked in ‘race to the bottom’, warns MIT professor
  96. Opinion | The Story of Our Universe May Be Starting to Unravel
  97. Top 9 Ethical Dilemmas of AI and How to Navigate Them in 2023
  98. For Woody Allen haters, facts aren’t in the script
  99. [PUBLIC] Frontier Model Training
  100. The Legal Risks of Using ChatGPT | JD Supra
  101. What OpenAI Really Wants
  102. Using SenseCAP T1000 LoRaWAN GPS Tracker for cattle tracking – CNX Software
  103. I Tracked an NYC Subway Rider’s Movements with an MTA ‘Feature’
  104. Give Every AI a Soul—or Else
  105. How South Korean’s composting system became a model for the world
  106. Metascience Since 2012: A Personal History
  107. Real-Real-World Programming with ChatGPT
  108. How to Use AI to Do Stuff: An Opinionated Guide
  109. Pluralistic: Why are so many Californians homeless? (12 July 2023) – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  110. Inside the White-Hot Center of A.I. Doomerism
  111. The workers at the frontlines of the AI revolution
  112. Threads and the Social/Communications Map
  113. No Meetings, No Deadlines, No Full-Time Employees
  114. Thread by @Yampeleg on Thread Reader App
  115. 12ft |
  116. How to Train Generative AI Using Your Company’s Data
  117. How to raise money — Brett_Adcock
  118. Detecting AI-Generated Profile Photos
  119. Robert J. Sawyer: Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer
  120. A New National Purpose: AI Promises a World-Leading Future of Britain
  121. Amitai Etzioni, who championed the virtues of community, dies at 94
  122. Most Aliens May Be Artificial Intelligence, Not Life as We Know It
  123. Softwar Thesis Review
  124. Opinion: The amazing and frightening potential of AI | CNN
  125. David Orban: “la IA será capaz de superar la performance de un ser humano en todas las categorías de problemas”
  126. The Untold Story of the Boldest Supply-Chain Hack Ever
  127. I tried the AI novel-writing tool everyone hates, and it’s better than I expected
  128. 12ft | The Problem With Counterfeit People – The Atlantic
  129. Claude’s Constitution
  130. Planning for AGI and beyond
  131. Why No One Wants AI Ethics Anymore
  132. Translation: My Multilingual Life
  133. How AI Knows Things No One Told It
  134. 12ft |
  135. Pi, your personal AI
  136. Pi, your personal AI
  137. Will A.I. Become the New McKinsey?
  138. Rules of Thumb for Software Development Estimations
  139. Who Will Control Reality?
  140. Geoffrey Hinton tells us why he’s now scared of the tech he helped build
  141. One Day—and One Night—in Anthony Bourdain’s Kitchen
  142. Has the 3D printing revolution finally arrived?
  143. What Exactly Are the Dangers Posed by A.I.?
  144. Scientists Use GPT AI to Passively Read People’s Thoughts in Breakthrough
  145. Pete Huang on LinkedIn: ChatGPT helps you work at lightspeed. But 99% of ChatGPT prompt posts are…
  146. The ‘Don’t Look Up’ Thinking That Could Doom Us With AI
  147. The Extreme Weirdness of Emergent Behavior in A.I.
  148. The Generative AI Canon
  149. The Dollar and Empire | Herman Mark Schwartz
  150. How Did We Get Here? The Tangled History of the Second Law of Thermodynamics
  151. A 50-Year Quest: My Personal Journey with the Second Law of Thermodynamics
  152. Computational Foundations for the Second Law of Thermodynamics
  153. My current summary of the state of AI risk
  154. The End of Recommendation Letters
  155. Zarqa — Introducing SingularityNET’s Neural-Symbolic LLM
  156. The Complete Beginners Guide To Autonomous Agents
  157. The paradox of “productivity paranoia”
  158. The Everything Test | GuidedTrack
  159. The biggest lie tech people tell themselves — and the rest of us
  160. How Much Should Founders Pay Themselves?
  161. What Kind of Mind Does ChatGPT Have?
  162. 35 Ways Real People Are Using A.I. Right Now
  163. Il professore che lavora alla produzione di carne sintetica: “Sarà la scelta più sostenibile e etica”
  164. GPT-4 Outperforms Elite Crowdworkers, Saving Researchers $500,000 and 20,000 hours
  165. A Concerning Trend – Neil Clarke
  166. We must slow down the race to God-like AI | Financial Times
  167. The Five Principles of Effectuation
  168. Behind the curtain: what it feels like to work in AI right now
  169. Nukes, Nubs And Coners: The Unique Social Hierarchy Aboard A Nuclear Submarine
  170. Does GPT-4 Really Understand What We’re Saying?
  171. Bitcoin doesn’t need banks
  172. Gumroad
  173. What’s the Future for A.I.?
  174. Figuring out your life’s purpose doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here’s how.
  175. Nobody’s on the ball on AGI alignment
  176. How do you prepare for due diligence and closing after signing a term sheet?
  177. Essential (mostly neglected) questions and answers about Artificial Intelligence: Part II
  178. Essential (mostly neglected) questions and answers about Artificial Intelligence: Part I
  179. Elon Musk and Others Call for Pause on A.I., Citing ‘Profound Risks to Society’
  180. How to use AI to do practical stuff: A new guide
  181. The Open Letter on AI Doesn’t Go Far Enough
  182. 50 Shades of Lies, Speculations & Half-Truths That the ECB Is Recycling About Bitcoin
  183. Nick Cave on the Fragility of Life
  184. Consciousness Began When the Gods Stopped Speaking – Nautilus
  185. Lessig for the Internet Archive
  186. Society’s Technical Debt and Software’s Gutenberg Moment
  187. Musical Abundance – HumanProgress
  188. The U.S. Could Help Solve Its Poverty Problem with a Universal Basic Income
  189. The secret history of Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and OpenAI | Semafor
  190. Opinion | If We Don’t Master A.I., It Will Master Us
  191. The case for slowing down AI
  192. America’s banks are missing hundreds of billions of dollars
  193. The Age of AI has begun
  194. How to prevent AI from ‘annihilating humanity’ using blockchain – Cointelegraph Magazine
  195. What Have We Just Unleashed?
  196. ‘They’ll all go to the US’: What the EU’s AI law means for European startups
  197. In Lebanon, Solar Power Is Booming. Why?
  198. How to Start an AI Panic
  199. Interview: Kevin Kelly, editor, author, and futurist
  200. Interview with OpenAI’s Greg Brockman: GPT-4 isn’t perfect, but neither are you
  201. The Unpredictable Abilities Emerging From Large AI Models | Quanta Magazine
  202. OpenAI co-founder on company’s past approach to openly sharing research: “We were wrong”
  203. AI isn’t close to becoming sentient – the real danger lies in how easily we’re prone to anthropomorphize it
  204. Stanford CRFM
  205. Operation Choke Point 2.0 Is Underway, And Crypto Is In Its Crosshairs
  207. Will AIs Take All Our Jobs and End Human History—or Not? Well, It’s Complicated…
  208. Nicholas Humphrey’s Beautiful Theory of Mind
  209. Robin Hanson Says You’re Going to Live
  210. How to Think About the Future of Technology | by Tim O’Reilly – Project Syndicate
  211. Opinion | This Changes Everything
  212. AGI Ruin: A List of Lethalities – LessWrong
  213. Roadmap of Becoming a Prompt Engineer (2023)
  214. The inside story of how ChatGPT was built from the people who made it
  215. Worldcoin, cofounded by Sam Altman, is betting the next big thing in AI is proving you are human
  216. The Creator of ChatGPT Thinks AI Should Be Regulated
  217. At San Francisco expo, AI ‘sorry’ for destroying humanity
  218. Inside BLOOM: How Thousands of AI Researchers Created an Open Source ChatGPT Alternative
  219. Secret Cyborgs: The Present Disruption in Three Papers
  220. Emergent Abilities of Large Language Models
  221. Core Views on AI Safety: When, Why, What, and How
  222. Romania PM unveils AI ‘adviser’ to tell him what people think in real time
  223. Unlocking the Secrets of Deep Learning with Tensorleap’s Explainability Platform
  224. Connectivity: A Hungarian globalisation strategy
  225. Polygon Launches Decentralized ID Service Powered By ZK Proofs – The Defiant
  226. A Privacy Hero’s Final Wish: An Institute to Redirect AI’s Future
  227. COPE: AI Tools Aren’t Authors. Philosophers: Not So Fast | Daily Nous
  228. What We Know About Hunter Biden and Those Investigating Him
  229. Why I’m sticking up for science
  230. The Betrayal of Adam Smith
  231. Introducing ChatGPT and Whisper APIs
  232. On Thinking and Simulated Thinking
  233. The Worlds of Italo Calvino
  234. Who Owns the Generative AI Platform? | Andreessen Horowitz
  235. Why Uncontrollable AI Looks More Likely Than Ever
  236. Metaverse creator Neal Stephenson on the future of virtual reality
  237. For Chat-Based AI, We Are All Once Again Tech Companies’ Guinea Pigs
  238. Market Map: Generative AI for Virtual Worlds
  239. Opinion | ChatGPT Heralds an Intellectual Revolution
  240. Planning for AGI and beyond
  241. Prompt Engineering Is Probably More Important Than You Think
  242. My class required AI. Here’s what I’ve learned so far.
  243. Whispers of A.I.’s Modular Future
  244. 12ft |
  245. Philip Rosedale Launches New Project Using What He Learned Building a Successful Virtual World Economy to Fight Inequality in the Real World
  246. FUTUROID LTD people – Find and update company information – GOV.UK
  247. South Korea’s First Attempt at Going Nuclear
  248. Arts and crafts ideas, with instructions for a toddler using only cardboard boxes, plastic bottles, paper and string – Search
  249. ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web
  250. How to Criticize with Kindness: Philosopher Daniel Dennett on the Four Steps to Arguing Intelligently
  251. Technology over the long run: zoom out to see how dramatically the world can change within a lifetime
  252. Stanford Researcher develops a simple prompting strategy that enables open-source LLMs with 30x fewer parameters to exceed the few-shot performance of GPT3-175B
  253. Beneficial AGI 2019 – Future of Life Institute
  254. Alien Supercivilizations Absent from 100,000 Nearby Galaxies
  255. All my classes suddenly became AI classes
  256. No ‘second law of entanglement’ after all, claims study
  257. Carried Interest Explained: How it Works and Who it Benefits | Odin Venture
  258. How to raise a $33m Series A during an economic downturn
  259. Chi ha paura di ChatGpt a Scuola? Impariamo piuttosto a collaborarci – Agenda Digitale
  260. Teaching Defense Against the Dark Arts (Critical Thinking) to all students
  261. Journalists (And Others) Should Leave Twitter. Here’s How They Can Get Started
  262. Pluralistic: John Deere’s repair fake-out; Good riddance to the Open Gaming License (12 Jan 2023) – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  263. Here’s everything new that will support Matter from CES
  264. What is chokepoint capitalism? Authors Cory Doctorow and Rebecca Giblin discuss
  265. Mapping the pioneering Israeli Generative AI startups | CTech
  266. AI and the Big Five
  267. Deflation vs. inflation – a response to Peter Zeihan on Joe Rogan
  268. THE LAWS OF IDENTITY – Kim Cameron’s Identity Weblog
  269. Transhumanism and Space Exploration Track
  270. Pluralistic: 09 Nov 2022 Delegating trust is really, really, really hard (infosec edition) – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  271. Annotated history of modern AI and deep neural networks
  272. The Measure of a Life Well Lived: Henry Miller on Growing Old, the Perils of Success, and the Secret of Remaining Young at Heart
  273. Is Europe Just Not Good at Innovating? – Bert Hubert’s writings
  274. The brief history of artificial intelligence: The world has changed fast – what might be next?
  275. Here’s What I Saw at an AI Hackathon
  276. Putin’s War: The Inside Story of a Catastrophe
  277. PAM, TAM, SAM, SOM. 4 main indexes for business evaluation | by Alexey Shabarshin | DataDrivenInvestor
  278. Artists can now opt out of the next version of Stable Diffusion
  279. Danny O’Brien’s Oblomovka » Blog Archive » On Stable Diffusion
  280. I Built an AI Chatbot Based On My Favorite Podcast
  281. AI from Superintelligence to ChatGPT – Works in Progress
  282. Inside Google’s Quest to Digitize Troops’ Tissue Samples
  283. Consoles and Competition
  284. Pluralistic: Freedom of reach IS freedom of speech (10 Dec 2022) – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  285. Esri Hosts WWW Conference—Reinventing the Art of Conversation
  286. Cory Doctorow Wants You to Know What Computers Can and Can’t Do
  287. Building A Virtual Machine inside ChatGPT
  288. Coverwise: Preventivo
  289. Structural Adjustment: How The IMF And World Bank Repress Poor Countries And Funnel Their Resources To Rich Ones
  290. Generative AI: A Creative New World
  291. Bitcoin’s last stand
  292. An Investigation into the use of Non-Fungible Tokens on College Campuses
  293. Embrace what may be the most important green technology ever. It could save us all | George Monbiot
  294. How did transhumanism become the religion of the super-rich?
  295. Human-free farms could solve a major food problem
  296. What does Meta AI’s Diplomacy-winning Cicero Mean for AI?
  297. How to Land a Great Job in the Tech Recession
  298. Separated Identical Twins Raised In The US And Korea Have Massive IQ Difference
  299. What AI-Generated Art Really Means for Human Creativity
  300. From a Shadow Constitution to a Network State
  301. Plants use their epigenetic memories to adapt to climate change
  302. Dear Crypto & Fiat Bros – The Price of Freedom Is Responsibility |
  303. The Distributed Computing Manifesto
  304. The Visions of Octavia Butler
  305. ‘A Fire Upon the Deep’ Is Mind-Blowing Space Opera
  306. The Jewish Community Returns to Sicily | City Journal
  307. DAVID BRIN: Do We Really Want Immortality?
  308. Ultimate Guide on KPIs – Incl. List of 200 KPIs for Businesses | Insights by MoreThanDigital
  309. In Danimarca è nato il Partito Sintetico guidato da una IA che vuole un seggio in parlamento
  310. The FTX-Alameda nexus
  311. The Metaverse explained – Definition, Introduction and Examples – MoreThanDigital
  312. (1) Facebook
  313. American data spies will never care where the servers are
  314. Open Metaverse Alliance Says It Won’t Let Meta Define the Future of the Internet – Decrypt
  315. Decentralization Report, by the SingularityNET Supervisory Council
  316. How to Leave Dying Social Media Platforms
  317. Researchers Identify ‘Master Problem’ Underlying All Cryptography | Quanta Magazine
  318. Chi fu Enrico Mattei – Il Post
  319. The Only Crypto Story You Need, by Matt Levine
  320. Superintelligence Will Not Be Controlled – Cybersecurity Magazine
  321. You’re Temporarily Blocked
  322. How Reading Is Like Love: Italo Calvino on the Ecstasy of Surrendering to Other Dimensions of Experience
  323. Speech by Governor Waller on the U.S. dollar and central bank digital currencies
  324. Daniela Tafani, What’s wrong with “AI ethics” narratives | Bollettino telematico di filosofia politica
  325. 10 things we should all demand from Big Tech right now
  326. Retaining Human Responsibility in the Development and Use of Autonomous Weapon Systems: On Accountability for Violations of International Humanitarian Law Involving AWS | SIPRI
  327. Q&A with Emad Mostaque
  328. Why I think there’s a one-in-six chance of an imminent global nuclear war – LessWrong
  329. New holographic lens aims to solve several AR display problems
  330. AI music generators could be a boon for artists — but also problematic
  331. The Illustrated Stable Diffusion
  332. Trust in AI and Robotics
  333. The EU wants to put companies on the hook for harmful AI
  334. How Big Is Infinity? | Quanta Magazine
  335. What to read to become a better writer
  336. Why I think strong general AI is coming soon – LessWrong
  337. Crypto, really. Part II: non-fungible tokens
  338. Sixty-two of the Best Documentaries of All Time
  339. COMIC: How living on Mars time taught me to slow down
  340. How to Launch a DAO – Decrypt
  341. Guide to Remote Work Team Building – Over 25 Activities & Tips
  342. I Talked to Elon Musk about Journalism and the Blood Emeralds Story
  343. National IQ is the Best Predictor of Economic Growth
  344. Midjourney Image Prompting
  345. America’s Open Wound
  346. Prompt injection attacks against GPT-3
  347. Talking to whales: can AI bridge the chasm between our consciousness and other animals?
  348. AI transforming movie production at Disney – with more to come
  349. Will Artificial Intelligence Kill College Writing?
  350. “An engine for the imagination”: an interview with David Holz, CEO of AI image generator Midjourney
  351. Of God and Machines
  352. No future: Regulator orders political prediction market to shut down in U.S.
  353. A New Prediction Market Lets Investors Bet Big on Almost Anything
  354. Jeremy Bailenson talks about 1,000,000 Walmart employees training with VR, presence, and the VR “empathy machine”
  355. How Claude Shannon’s Concept of Entropy Quantifies Information | Quanta Magazine
  356. On Technique
  357. The EU’s AI Act could have a chilling effect on open source efforts, experts warn
  358. Bergamo avrà una museo d’arte contemporanea tutto nuovo
  359. The Feds shut down the internet’s most popular prediction market
  360. Hangul and the Story of the Korean Language
  361. NASA and China are eyeing the same landing sites near the lunar south pole – SpaceNews
  362. These smart farms are 100 times more productive than traditional agriculture
  363. Energy to Waste – Fossil Fuels’ Dirty Secret
  364. What is Web3? How a decentralized internet could upend the digital economy – CB Insights Research
  365. What If Trump Has Been a Russian Asset Since 1987?
  366. The Insider’s Guide to Data Rooms: What to Know Before You Raise
  367. Horse-human cooperation is a neurobiological miracle | Aeon Essays
  368. Biobanks are on the Cusp of Translating Big Data Into New Medicine – NEO.LIFE
  369. How the Inside of a Black Hole Is Secretly on the Outside
  370. Google’s New Robot Learned to Take Orders by Scraping the Web
  371. 9 of the best Italian novels set in Italy and Italian authors you should know
  372. Render Recap – August 16, 2022
  373. HAI Policy Boot Camp: 5 Insights for Lawmakers
  374. Does Time Really Flow? New Clues Come From a Century-Old Approach to Math.
  375. Code, Speech, and the Tornado Cash Mixer
  376. Opinion | Modi’s India Is Where Global Democracy Dies
  377. Lofi Girl Returns: YouTube Apologizes For Removing Popular Music Stream Due To ‘Abusive’ Copyright Notice
  378. The approaching tsunami of addictive AI-created content will overwhelm us
  379. 22 Messages of Hope (and Science) for Creationists
  380. The Radical Scope of Tesla’s Data Horde
  381. (38) Quantum Progress: A Quantum Tech Analysis-Writing Service for You | LinkedIn
  382. Solving the rock-hard problem of nuclear waste disposal
  383. 6 Tips for Writing an Effective Performance Review –
  384. How Google evolved performance management to drive top performance across its growing workforce
  385. As a startup founder, you really need to understand how venture capital works – TechCrunch
  386. ‘Dyslexia Is My Superpower’: How Learning Differently Helped Richard Branson Become a Rule-Breaking Billionaire
  387. The list
  388. Around the World One Book from Each Country (1201 books)
  389. Ambassadors Recommend the One Book to Read Before Visiting Their Country
  390. Elon Musk’s article in China Cyberspace, exclusive digital version & translation
  391. The Computer Scientist Trying to Teach AI to Learn Like We Do | Quanta Magazine
  392. Google Search Is Quietly Damaging Democracy
  393. Is everything in the world a little bit conscious?
  394. Electrifying transportation reduces emissions AND saves massive amounts of energy » Yale Climate Connections
  395. Inside Hollywood’s Visual Effects Crisis | Defector
  396. The Crypto Geniuses Who Vaporized a Trillion Dollars
  397. India is reinventing its energy strategy—and the climate may depend on it
  398. Was Lebanon the world’s biggest Ponzi scheme?
  399. You’re Temporarily Blocked
  400. Will AI target your job next?
  401. Productivity Gains Could Propel The AI Software Market To $14 Trillion By 2030 – ARK Invest
  402. Bitcoin Is Time |
  403. Economic analysis of private DeFi: the true cost of privacy
  404. The Metaverse Is Not a Place
  405. A.I. Is Not Sentient. Why Do People Say It Is?
  406. Inverted Yield Curve: Definition, History & Impact
  407. Post navigation
  408. Huge “foundation models” are turbo-charging AI progress
  409. Whatever Happened to the Transhumanists?
  410. Former Japanese defense minister calls for “United Nations 2.0”
  411. Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong
  412. The AI Battle Rages On
  413. The Black Hole Information Paradox Comes to an End
  414. Douglas Engelbart | Hidden Heroes
  415. ‘No Aliens, No Spaceships, No Invasion of Earth’
  416. Eco-extremism has brought Sri Lanka to its knees
  417. Lo “pseudo-copyright” sui beni culturali: ecco perché è un problema tutto italiano – Agenda Digitale
  418. Google Has a Genius Method for Discovering Top Talent–No Degree or Experience Required
  419. The Webb Space Telescope Will Rewrite Cosmic History. If It Works.
  420. Russia’s Hunger War
  421. Can AI write good novels?
  422. Here’s the Secret Behind Tesla’s Industry-Leading Margins | The Motley Fool
  423. U.S. Copyright Office Rules A.I. Art Can’t Be Copyrighted
  424. ‘A.I. Is Being Trained on the Collective Works of Humanity’: How Artists Are Using Image Generators to Usher in the New ‘Recombinant Art’ Movement | Artnet News
  425. Inside a radical new project to democratize AI
  426. Modeling the Human Trajectory – Open Philanthropy
  427. The limits of knowledge
  428. A Spa Day in Seoul
  429. NIST unveils four algorithms that will underpin new ‘quantum-proof’ cryptography standards
  430. Movies with 99% Tomatometer Scores on Rotten Tomatoes
  431. Get Ready for the Forever Plague | The Tyee
  432. The Dangerous Populist Science of Yuval Noah Harari ❧ Current Affairs
  433. Surprise: the Big Bang isn’t the beginning of the universe anymore
  434. Almost Perfect: 55 Movies With 99 Percent Ratings on Rotten Tomatoes
  435. Opinion | Gary Gensler’s Bitcoin Regulation Grab
  436. Why foundation models in AI need to be released responsibly
  437. Free database to 107 million research papers released online
  438. 💡 David Deutsch: Optimism, Pessimism and Cynicism
  439. No power, no fans, no AC: The villagers fighting to survive India’s deadly heatwaves
  440. Introducing M.AI by MONTREAL.AI
  441. Trading Dries Up on India Crypto Exchanges as New Tax Kicks In
  442. DeepMind’s AI develops popular policy for distributing public money
  443. The 30-year-old comic book that became a Silicon Valley bible
  444. Soon, humanity won’t be alone in the universe | Opinion
  445. Crypto Banks: The intersection of traditional finance and DeFi?
  446. 4 AI research trends everyone is (or will be) talking about
  447. Can Matt Mullenweg save the internet?
  448. Dr Ray Kurzweil: Update April/2022
  449. Aki budapesti kávéházakban írta meg életművét – 135 éve született Karinthy Frigyes
  450. 1.1 quintillion operations per second: US has world’s fastest supercomputer
  451. Yandex Publishes YaLM 100B. It’s the Largest GPT-Like Neural Network in Open Source
  452. How to get started with machine learning and AI
  453. Prompt Engineering: The Career of Future
  454. Alien Intelligence and the Concept of Technology
  455. You are being redirected…
  456. Bitcoin is Not a Pyramid Scheme – Unchained Capital
  457. Using DeepSpeed and Megatron to Train Megatron-Turing NLG 530B, the World’s Largest and Most Powerful Generative Language Model – Microsoft Research
  458. The New Wave of Web 3.0 Metaverse Innovations
  459. Money is about to enter a new era of competition – MIT Technology Review
  460. Lab-grown meat is supposed to be inevitable. The science tells a different story.
  461. Is life the result of the laws of entropy?
  462. The Google engineer who thinks the company’s AI has come to life
  463. The New Generation of A.I. Apps Could Make Writers and Artists Obsolete
  464. “锤杀科学家”背后恩仇:量子通信业失控资本局 – 中国日报网
  465. The Decentralized Mystique
  466. The Singularity Principles
  467. The Definitive Guide to Korean Etiquette and Culture in 2022
  468. Elon Musk, these experts will bet you $500,000 that you’re wrong about the future of A.I. – Fortune
  469. India’s first 24/7 solar-powered town enabled with battery storage and smart controls
  470. Choosing Proof-of-Stake Over Mining Is Ethereum’s Biggest Mistake…
  471. How Binance became a hub for hackers, fraudsters and drug sellers
  472. Inflation is caused by too little capacity
  473. Letter in Support of Responsible Fintech Policy
  474. Kim Stanley Robinson on How to Raise Kids in a Climate Crisis
  475. The Root of Haiti’s Misery: Reparations to Enslavers
  476. Physicists Trace the Rise in Entropy to Quantum Information | Quanta Magazine
  477. The world should welcome the rise of the robots
  478. Crypto is not a dog… or doge… or is it?
  479. COVID UPDATE: What is the truth?
  480. What Is Time?
  481. Web3.0 Must Be Destroyed
  482. What’s really up with UAPs / UFOs?
  483. “Star Wars” despots vs. “Star Trek” populists
  484. How Can The EU Win Web3? Ledger’s 4 Recommendations For EU Policy Makers | Ledger
  485. The metaverse could be tech’s next trillion-dollar opportunity: These are the companies making it a reality – CB Insights Research
  486. What Are Stablecoins? – CB Insights Research
  487. Pathways Language Model (PaLM): Scaling to 540 Billion Parameters for Breakthrough Performance
  488. Understanding the Irrationality of the Number e
  489. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could spark global food riots – the solution is precision fermentation – Rethink Disruption
  490. It took me 10 years to understand entropy, here is what I learned.
  491. blob:
  492. The Best New York Jazz Clubs to Check Out (2022 Edition)
  493. 4 time-saving strategies from Google’s top productivity guru
  494. What Is Web3, and Could It Usher a New Economic System?
  495. The Making of “Rethinking the Theoretical Foundation of Economics” – Evonomics
  496. Introducing Pathways: A next-generation AI architecture
  497. Yudkowsky Contra Christiano On AI Takeoff Speeds
  498. The Web3 Fraud
  499. Walking the tightrope: India’s strategic dilemma shakes the Quad
  500. Új világrend: Nyugat vs. Kelet
  501. Venture capitalists pass on board seats to secure deals in hot crypto start ups
  502. Google magic
  503. Why we stopped making Einsteins
  504. Second Life’s Mistakes Should Inform Today’s Metaverse
  505. Pluralistic: 17 Mar 2022 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  506. Modern Capitalism Is Weirder Than You Think
  507. How an AI Became My Code-Writing Genie
  508. Possible Outcomes of the Russo-Ukrainian War and China’s Choice – U.S.-China Perception Monitor
  509. UAE Targets 20 Unicorns by 2031
  510. What is New in the World of Blockchain?
  511. Titles
  512. “unicredit” | Search | LinkedIn
  513. The Reality War
  514. CheetahX is launching!
  515. Saving Schemes: What Is National Pension System And How Does It Work
  516. A Holocaust Survivor’s Hardboiled Science Fiction
  517. If Russian Currency Reserves Aren’t Really Money, the World Is in for a Shock
  518. India sticks with Russia after Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine
  519. How To Become An AI-Driven Company Today (Part 1)
  520. What’s A Good Google Ads CTR/CPC/CPA In 2022? [STUDY]
  521. Открытое письмо российских ученых и научных журналистов против войны с Украиной – Троицкий вариант — Наука
  522. Proof of stake
  523. Eight Books About What It Means to be Human
  524. Check Your Financial Privilege
  525. How a Book Is Made
  526. Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sam Altman wants to scan your eyes in exchange for free cryptocurrency
  527. European Parliament Postpones Vote on Crypto Regulations Indefinitely
  528. UN Addresses Lethal Autonomous Weapons—aka ‘Killer Robots’—Amid Calls for a Treaty – Air Force Magazine
  529. Logging Strategy For Software Applications
  530. The 5 Most Important Logs An Application Should Write
  531. The increasingly complicated Russia-Ukraine crisis, explained
  532. The DAO Moment
  533. Why you should stop reading Durov’s blog posts
  534. Good News About the Carbon Footprint of Machine Learning Training
  535. 16-Year-Old Chess Prodigy Defeats World Champion Magnus Carlsen
  536. AI Machines Have Beaten Moore’s Law Over The Last Decade, Say Computer Scientists
  537. Exclusive: Austrian Programmer And Ex Crypto CEO Likely Stole $11 Billion Of Ether
  538. How to Grow Your Happiness Nest Egg
  539. Pluralistic: 13 Feb 2022 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  540. 9 tecniche della Learning Agility: come imparare ad imparare
  541. The Evolutionary Argument Against Reality | Quanta Magazine
  542. Bitcoin is the Great Definancialization | Gradually, Then Suddenly | Satoshi Nakamoto Institute
  543. Figma
  544. The whole world should be worried by the ‘siege of Ottawa’. This is about much more than a few anti-vaxx truckers | Arwa Mahdawi
  545. Le pillage de la communauté des logiciels libres
  546. How quickly do algorithms improve?
  547. An Explanation of DAOstack in Fairly Simple Terms
  548. JP Morgan’s misinformation on the clean energy disruption: A handy guide
  549. Sri Lanka to pay $200m compensation for failed organic farm drive
  550. The secrets to running project status meetings that work!
  551. David Orban is creating new and interesting questions with you | Patreon
  552. DevDAO-Concept & Features
  553. How crypto enables economic freedom
  554. How Coinbase thinks about the Metaverse
  555. The Nanotechnology Revolution Is Here—We Just Haven’t Noticed Yet
  556. Is Bitcoin Destroying the Planet?
  557. How Facebook took over the internet in Africa – and changed everything
  558. Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption – A shift in perspective |
  559. Video Transcript: The Semi-Inside Story of Why Trump Refused to Pardon Snowden and Assange
  560. Google Forms Blockchain Group Under Newly Appointed Executive
  561. What Are Your Rights if Border Agents Want to Search Your Phone? (Published 2017)
  562. The State of Decentralized Applications (dApps) — H2 2021 Review
  563. ‘Virtual reality is genuine reality’ so embrace it, says US philosopher
  564. How Are NFTs Are Used for Wash Trading & Money Laundering?
  565. Francesca Bria on Decentralisation, Sovereignty, and Web3
  566. PyTorch’s cult following
  567. Augmented Democracy
  568. Predicting earthquakes is not possible. Yet
  569. What’s the Carbon Footprint of Fiat?
  570. Is the Metaverse the Next Major Phase of the Internet?
  571. The Turing Trap: The Promise & Peril of Human-Like Artificial Intelligence
  572. Cryptocurrencies: A Necessary Scam?
  573. Looking at Bitcoin Through the Risk Lens | Monochrome Asset Management
  574. Open content: 150,000 works from the museum collections of the city of paris, freely available
  575. Open Access Images of Public Domain Work
  576. Surprisingly Turing-Complete ·
  577. Uncovering The Hidden Costs Of The Petrodollar
  578. The Metaverse’s Effects on Mental Health: Trivial or Troubling?
  579. Your attention didn’t collapse. It was stolen
  580. 12 classic tools in the futurist’s toolbox | foresightr
  581. Why Brahmins lead Western firms but rarely Indian ones
  582. The threat from the illiberal left
  583. Your Guide to Setting OKRs • Asana
  584. Half a Dozen of India’s Crypto Exchanges Searched After Alleged Rupee 700M Tax Evasion Detected: Sources
  585. The Unparalleled Genius of John von Neumann
  586. Americans seeking to renounce their citizenship are stuck with it for now
  587. 2021 Year in Review: Google Quantum AI
  588. RACI Matrix | Understanding Responsibility Assignment Matrix
  589. A New Intro to Bitcoin: The 9 Minute Read That Could Change Your Life – Cointelegraph Magazine
  590. The End Of Super Imperialism
  591. Sale of the Century: The Inside Story of Ethereum’s 2014 Premine
  592. Network Bonding Theory: Understanding Your Startup & The Web3 Ownership Economy
  593. Brian Eno on NFTs & Automaticism
  594. The U.S. government has a massive, secret stockpile of bitcoin — Here’s what happens to it
  595. Cosmology’s biggest conundrum is official, and no one knows how the Universe has expanded
  596. The Great Bifurcation
  597. Moore’s Law, AI, and the pace of progress – LessWrong
  598. DAOs, A Canon | Future
  599. Decentralized Finance: What It Is, Why It Matters | Future
  600. How To Run An Early-Stage Board Meeting
  601. Internet and Blockchain Will Kill Nation-States
  602. Behind the painstaking process of creating Chinese computer fonts
  603. What Is Blockchain Technology? | CB Insights Research
  604. US rejects calls for regulating or banning ‘killer robots’
  605. Is AI Training Outstripping Moore’s Law?
  606. The Rise of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations: Opportunities and Challenges · Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy
  607. The pros and cons of decentralized platforms
  608. Open Startup
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  610. Teach Yourself Computer Science
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  612. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: 1934–2021 |
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  614. OKR vs KPI: What’s the difference? – Weekdone Academy
  615. Opinion | The Chip That Could Transform Computing
  616. Tweet from Chris Cantino
  617. Opinion | The Chip That Changed the World
  618. The hierarchy of evidence: meta-analysis vs. registered studies
  619. Codacons contro i fan token della Lazio: “Binance già segnalata da Consob”
  620. Tweet from Nocodestartups 🚀
  621. The best remote startups to work for
  622. DAOs Will be Ready the Next Time Washington Comes After Crypto – The Defiant
  623. Can’t Access GPT-3? Here’s GPT-J —  Its Open-Source Cousin
  624. Brud, Creators of Virtual Human Lil Miquela, Announce a New Direction
  625. Lab-grown meat is definitely going to be a thing
  626. China’s digital yuan displaces the dollar
  627. Gathering Strength, Gathering Storms: The One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100) 2021 Study Panel Report
  628. More Is Different
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  630. Take a look inside this shiny, industrial “cultivated meat” factory of the future
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  634. No end in sight for chip shortage as supply chain problems pile up
  635. Global Regulators Back Tougher Rules to Prevent Criminals From Using Crypto
  636. #72: Boomer’s Guide to DeFi 2.0
  637. @levelsio and survivorship bias
  638. Sustainability and trust
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  640. Yes, there’s a market for Excel influencers on TikTok
  641. Summary of the NATO Artificial Intelligence Strategy
  642. Bitcoin’s Decentralized Decision Structure
  643. Government Regulation: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly – Regulatory Transparency Project
  644. Beyond Smart
  645. How the Launch Works
  646. NFT Issuance Landscape — Mirror
  647. The End of Propaganda
  648. Bitcoin and the U.S. Fiscal Reckoning
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  650. Quantum Ponzi
  651. What Is the Blockchain Oracle Problem? Why Can’t Blockchains Solve It?
  652. Bitcoin Killed The King & Now Network Effects Will Determine Its Future
  653. Crypto and the Consumer: The Road Ahead | M13
  654. STRIKE! Magazine – On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs: A Work Rant
  655. The Most Influential Sci-Fi Books Of All Time
  656. Revealed: Facebook’s Secret Blacklist of “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations”
  657. Bitcoin Uses More Electricity Than Many Countries. How Is That Possible?
  658. Your Money and Your Life
  659. How Did Private Property Start?
  660. NFTs 101 — Why NFTs are a generational innovation
  661. The forgotten Einstein: how John von Neumann shaped the modern world
  662. Why Everything is Suddenly Getting More Expensive — And Why It Won’t Stop
  663. Pandora papers: biggest ever leak of offshore data exposes financial secrets of rich and powerful
  664. Pandora Papers live updates: Governments launch investigations after secret papers show how elite shield riches
  665. Internet and Blockchain Will Kill Nation-States
  666. Infinity Category Theory Offers a Bird’s-Eye View of Mathematics
  667. Emergence – CERN Courier
  668. The Village And The Strongman: The Unlikely Story Of Bitcoin And El Salvador
  669. How Claude Shannon Invented the Future
  670. What are blockchains?
  671. Adventures in DeFi-land
  672. The beguiling promise of decentralised finance
  673. Canva Uncovered: How A Young Australian Kitesurfer Built A $3.2 Billion (Profitable!) Startup Phenom
  674. GPT-4 Will Have 100 Trillion Parameters — 500x the Size of GPT-3
  675. A beginner’s guide to DeFi
  676. Progressive Decentralization: A Playbook for Building Crypto Applications – Andreessen Horowitz
  677. The disastrous voyage of Satoshi, the world’s first cryptocurrency cruise ship
  678. Organization & Code of Honor
  679. Crypto Banking and Decentralized Finance, Explained
  680. How Software Is Eating the Car
  681. Crypto’s Rapid Move Into Banking Elicits Alarm in Washington
  682. WSJ News Exclusive | Regulators Investigate Crypto-Exchange Developer Uniswap Labs
  683. The hard problem of consciousness is already beginning to dissolve
  684. OpenAI Sold its Soul for $1 Billion
  685. For Many, Hydrogen Is the Fuel of the Future. New Research Raises Doubts.
  686. The Play To Earn Crypto Games Guide – GameFi and NFTs 2021
  687. (5) Why Bitcoin is Bad for Criminals | LinkedIn
  688. Bitcoin’s Energy Usage Isn’t a Problem. Here’s Why.
  689. Want to Buy Instagram Followers? Here’s What Happens When You Do
  690. ‘The smartest person in any room anywhere’: in defence of Elon Musk, by Douglas Coupland
  691. The digital currencies that matter
  692. Bologna: Birthplace of the University | National Review
  693. Goguen – Cardano Roadmap
  694. Niall Ferguson on why the end of America’s empire won’t be peaceful
  695. Conspiracy theories aside, there is something fishy about the Great Reset
  696. What’s Wrong with the Way We Work
  697. Moore’s Law for Everything
  698. The All-Seeing “i”: Apple Just Declared War on Your Privacy
  699. Who Runs Twitter’s @Twitter?
  700. Surprise! The Term ‘Carbon Footprint’ Was Coined by Big Oil to Blame You for Climate Change
  701. The 5 types of mentors you need in your life
  702. Tax not the robots
  703. Only action against corruption can solve the world’s biggest problems | Alexei Navalny
  704. Lygometry – A New Perspective Of Measuring Operational Progress | BrilliantRead Media
  705. The Satoshi Fortune
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  707. ‘Not one introduction’: Xinja dealmakers’ clients complain of false promises
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  715. Spatial Software
  716. EU dPLF – EU Digital Passenger Locator Form
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  718. What Neal Stephenson Told Me About His Metaverse Inspiring Oculus
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  721. Activity – PayPal
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  725. L’Operazione “Blue Moon” | Contropiano
  726. EQIFI
  727. Why The New Tcc+ Tetraquark Will Revolutionize Physics
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  741. Google One Storage Management
  742. The Last 3 Days on Earth – Witnessing a space launch in Baikonur
  743. Learn Korean Forum – Is there a Korean version of Haiku?
  744. Pluralistic: 27 Jul 2021 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  745. The Mensarius Oath: An Ethical Code of Conduct for Venture Capitalists
  746. Cuba’s Socialism Has Been a Total Failure
  747. Vinay Gupta at EthCC 2021: How to Use Ethereum to Save the Planet
  748. Organic food isn’t better for us – or the environment | The Spectator
  749. Why Release a Large Language Model?
  750. Daniel Dennett’s Science of the Soul
  751. How Consultants Project Expertise and Learn at the Same Time
  752. ‘internet of things’ EN visual keyword research & content ideas : AnswerThePublic
  753. ‘Faustian Bargain’ Review: Partners In Crime
  754. Almost Everything in “Dr. Strangelove” Was True
  755. Ise Jingu and the Pyramid of Enabling Technologies — The Prepared
  756. Interview: Marc Andreessen, VC and tech pioneer
  757. Mathematicians welcome computer-assisted proof in ‘grand unification’ theory
  758. Automate for people, not for processes
  759. NVIDIA and the battle for the future of AI chips
  760. Book Summary: Think Again by Adam Grant | The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know
  761. Mark Cuban Calls for Stablecoin Regulation After Trading Token That Crashed to Zero
  762. Interactive presentation software
  763. Debunking the bitcoin energy consumption FUD. 1. Bitcoin’s energy consumption is not “wasteful.” – It is much more efficient than existi…
  764. Exchange – Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Trading
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  766. “Traction Tactics” Behind Square, PayPal, Waze, Twilio & More
  767. The Dark Side of Congo’s Cobalt Rush
  768. Exchange – Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Trading
  769. What is Jobs to be Done (JTBD)?
  770. (74) Francisco Garavilla | LinkedIn
  771. TURING MICRO | Envest Group
  772. These creepy fake humans herald a new age in AI
  773. Audience dashboard | Mailchimp
  774. The Dark, Democratizing Power of the Social-Media Stock Market
  775. Channel customization – YouTube Studio
  776. (46) David Orban | LinkedIn
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  778. Yes, algorithms can be biased. But they have an even bigger danger
  779. Apple’s manorial security
  780. Unveiling our new Quantum AI campus
  781. Google has mapped a piece of human brain in the most detail ever
  782. Vice President, Marketing (Remote)
  783. Untitled design
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  786. neuroglancer
  787. About Euler’s Identity
  788. Young White Female with Blue Eyes images |
  789. Gallery of AI Generated Faces |
  790. This Person Does Not Exist
  791. (2) “”Listing Coordinator at ProBit Exchange”” | Search | LinkedIn
  792. “marina guryeva” – Google Search
  793. Marina Guryeva | LinkedIn
  794. (1) Messaging | LinkedIn
  795. trading chart losing 30% – Google Search
  796. Rituals for hypergrowth: An inside look at how YouTube scaled
  797. A Trippy Visualization Charts the Internet’s Growth Since 1997
  798. The Coca-Cola Company Interview Questions
  799. Computers Will Be Able to Read Images From Your Brain Within a Decade
  800. Can I name you as a Patron in the outro of The Context? | David Orban on Patreon
  801. Permission to credit as a Patron
  802. Can I name you as a Patron in the outro of The Context? | David Orban on Patreon
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  804. Openfinance
  805. Il Futuro dello Spazio – ISPI | ESSAY
  807. Manage project risk by limiting work in progress | Bigger Impact
  808. Israel’s operation against Hamas was the world’s first AI war
  809. Killer drone ‘hunted down’ a human target without being told to: UN
  810. A new $125 million bet on AI safety
  811. AI is learning how to create itself
  812. Outline – Read & annotate without distractions
  813. Guy Explains How Intrinsically Bad It Is That Job Postings Don’t Always Mention The Pay, Goes Viral
  814. Microsoft uses GPT-3 to let you code in natural language – TechCrunch
  815. Why I Won’t Review or Write for Elsevier and Other Commercial Scientific Journals – The Wire Science
  816. Managing Up – Lessons From Scaling Teams at Credit Karma and Lyft — Reforge
  818. Quantum Entanglement Communication | QuantumXC
  819. Novelist Cory Doctorow on the Problem With Intellectual Property
  820. Look inside the ‘Tesla of eco-villages’ that’s aiming to meet the rising demand for sustainable living outside of dense major cities during the coronavirus pandemic
  821. The Wolf Tree and the World Wide Web
  822. How to feed 10 billion people
  823. The Rise of “Reality Entrepreneurs”
  824. The Great Filter: A possible solution to the Fermi Paradox
  825. Bringing ERC20 to Cardano – IOHK Blog
  826. Medium
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  832. The Reverse Interview: How To Choose Your Next Company — Reforge
  833. A.I. Can’t Detect Our Emotions
  834. On Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption: A Quantitative Approach to a Subjective Question
  835. Bitcoin Is Civilization
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  837. 50 Cognitive Biases to be Aware of so You Can be the Very Best Version of You
  838. Debunking Bitcoin Myths for the Institutional Investment Community
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  840. The Network Union
  841. Why Making More Chips Is So Hard
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  843. The Refragmentation
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  845. Elon Musk Monologue – SNL
  846. Block on GM rice ‘has cost millions of lives and led to child blindness’
  847. How the World’s Biggest Companies Design Machine Learning-Powered Applications
  848. The future sucks: why the work you love won’t love you back
  849. A Wrinkle in Nature Could Lead to Alien Life – Issue 99: Universality – Nautilus
  850. Alphabet’s X moonshot division wants to bring AI to the electric grid
  851. Il futuro è complesso ma non c’è alternativa alla transizione tecnologica | Automation Technology Magazine
  852. Off-road, off-grid: the modern nomads wandering America’s back country
  853. How much can we afford to forget, if we train machines to remember? – Gene Tracy | Aeon Ideas
  854. Logical Fallacies and the Art of Debate
  855. Scaling Data: Data Informed to Data Driven to Data Led — Reforge
  856. Lessons from Keith Rabois Essay 2: How to Interview an Executive
  857. How will AI be used in the next decade?
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  859. My Xero | Home
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  862. Challenge Matrix CREAZEE April 2021
  863. DNS Growth
  864. Chinese research institute updates Quantum Computing Cloud Platform, grants access to public – Global Times
  865. Europe proposes strict regulation of artificial intelligence.
  866. Apple Events – April 2021
  867. NVIDIA, Stanford & Microsoft Propose Efficient Trillion-Parameter Language Model Training on GPU…
  868. Coach | Sales Navigator
  869. Facebook: Our staff can carry on working from home after Covid
  870. Facebook calls for data portability laws as it expands the types of info users can transfer to other services
  871. The EU is considering a ban on AI for mass surveillance and social credit scores
  872. You’re Not Crazy. Money Is.
  873. Isilon founder lifts the hood on farming startup Carbon Robotics and its weed zapping machine
  874. NVIDIA, Stanford & Microsoft Propose Efficient Trillion-Parameter Language Model Training on GPU Clusters | Synced
  875. How To Find Anyone Online
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  889. Watch LIVE
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  891. The Context S03E28 BitClout is the next generation of social networks | David Orban on Patreon
  892. Beating Moore’s Law: This photonic computer is 10X faster than NVIDIA GPUs using 90% less energy
  893. WTF are ISAs and can they transform education and spark a startup wave? – TechCrunch
  894. The Rise of Cognitive AI
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  902. Welcome to BitClout
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  904. How the billionaire Winklevoss twins are betting on a decentralized future
  905. A South Korean Chatbot Scandal Shows the Threat A.I. Presents to Privacy
  906. Italy’s quantum scientists jostle for a superposition
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  910. Setup of WPforms in the new hosting. on General Board | Trello
  911. Investing BitCloutUsers – BitCloutFollow
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  915. NFTs Are an Art Project Gone Awry
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  1392. Why College Is Never Coming Back
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  1394. Letter of Recommendation – Form Submission Successful
  1395. Otter Voice Meeting Notes
  1396. Geoscitech PBC Expenses by Vendor Summary (categorized)
  1397. How Harvard’s Star Computer-Science Professor Built a Distance-Learning Empire
  1398. Luis E Garcia de Brigard (Remoter) on Torre genome
  1399. Geoscitech PBC Expenses by Vendor Summary from Javier
  1400. Emma
  1401. Torre transparent platform roadmap | Trello
  1402. Unmanned system lifts up vertical farming to the next level
  1403. InfraNodus.Com — Text Network Visualization and Discourse Analysis
  1404. Instapaper
  1405. K&L Gates Tech Seminar Series – Meeting 1
  1406. The ‘Android Of Self-Driving Cars’ Built A 100,000X Cheaper Way To Train AI For Multiple Trillion-Dollar Markets
  1407. Individual Data Sharing Consent – 23andMe
  1408. Opinion | I’m a Black Feminist. I Think Call-Out Culture Is Toxic.
  1409. This Robotic Chemist Does Over 600 Experiments a Week and Learns From Its Own Work
  1410. Recommend David on Torre genome
  1411. LinkedIn
  1412. How Gödel’s Proof Works
  1413. The TikTok War
  1414. Voyager Space Holdings announces acquisition of Pioneer Astronautics – SpaceNews
  1415. Read Before Pontificating on Quantum Technology – War on the Rocks
  1416. Main Types of Neural Networks and its Applications — Tutorial
  1417. Torre Scout
  1418. Home / Twitter
  1419. The Damage We’re Not Attending To – Issue 87: Risk – Nautilus
  1420. Writer Neal Stephenson Thinks We’ve Gotten Dystopia All Wrong
  1421. Viaggi fuori dalla Ue, dove possiamo andare? Quali sono le regole sulla quarantena?
  1422. Facebook’s Mantra “Join us or we will copy you” – Platforms, Marketplaces and Playing with Fire – Matt Ward
  1423. China’s massive effort to collect its people’s DNA concerns scientists
  1424. Why Corporate America Gave Up on R&D
  1425. Video Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Webinars, Screen Sharing
  1426. Video subtitles – YouTube Studio
  1427. Networks of self-driving trucks are becoming a reality in the US
  1428. Transfer Money Online — Send Money Abroad with TransferWise
  1429. Wikileaks-Hosted “Most Wanted Leaks” Reflects the Transparency Priorities of Public Contributors
  1430. Supercharging Your Creativity with OpenAI :: Marketing
  1431. – The most logical explanation is that it comes from a laboratory
  1432. Freelance Jobs – Upwork
  1433. An artificial intelligence algorithm can learn the laws of quantum mechanics
  1434. The Product Frameworks Behind Superhuman
  1435. The trickster microbes that are shaking up the tree of life
  1436. Investment Sorcery: MetaCartel Launches DAO Venture Fund
  1437. Google Calendar – Week of June 29, 2020
  1438. A New Land Contract
  1439. Why Technology Favors Tyranny
  1440. Yuval Noah Harari: the myth of freedom
  1441. Data, Compute, Labour
  1442. Page not found – Payoneer Blog
  1443. Payoneer: Profile settings
  1444. Payoneer: Global Payment Service
  1445. Payoneer – My Account
  1446. Payoneer – My Account
  1447. How Coronavirus Has Ushered In the Airport of the Future
  1448. How the founder of the Telegram messaging app stood up to the Kremlin — and won
  1449. data – Google Search
  1450. algorithms – Google Search
  1451. David Orban on Torre genome
  1452. Seven ‘surprising’ facts about the Italian economy – Philipp Heimberger and Nikolaus Krowall
  1453. How conspiracy theories emerge—and how their storylines fall apart
  1454. Reclaiming Nature’s Value: Five Steps to Reforming Mainstream Finance
  1455. So Just How Powerful Are Apple’s New Laptop Chips Gonna Be
  1456. The Best Fraud Is in Plain Sight
  1457. Stanford Grad Who Created The World’s First ‘Robot Lawyer’ Raises $12 Million In Series A
  1458. The Segway’s Inventor Has a New Project: Manufacturing Human Organs
  1459. Your Network | AngelList
  1460. Top Real estate/proptech Seed Investors
  1461. Billing Subscription
  1462. DocSend – Simple, intelligent, modern content sending
  1463. Untitled document – Google Docs
  1464. David Orban AMA 2
  1465. The unreasonable effectiveness of deep learning in artificial intelligence
  1466. ● Unicorns – Asana
  1467. Neural Networks: parameters, hyperparameters and optimization strategies
  1468. Slido
  1469. Full Guide to Estonian Company’s Taxes for e-Residents – 1Office
  1470. Y2Mate Youtube Downloader – Download and Save YouTube Videos
  1471. Moore’s_Law_Transistor_Count_1971-2018.png (6529×4716)
  1472. Agentic Open House 1
  1473. Learn a language for free
  1474. (1) Magda Moor
  1475. Hollande si è distrutto da solo? – Il Post
  1476. Advice for ambitious teenagers
  1477. (1) StreamYard Community
  1478. On Optimization of Deep Neural Networks
  1479. r/apple – The Next Processor Change is Within ARMs Reach
  1480. Microsoft lays off journalists to replace them with AI
  1481. Why Elders Are Indispensable for All of Us
  1482. Defund (and redesign) everything.
  1483. The News Media Is Destroying Itself
  1484. Why Discord Still Maintains a Browser-Only Experience
  1485. BrainNet: A Multi-Person Brain-to-Brain Interface for Direct Collaboration Between Brains
  1486. The Looming Bank Collapse
  1487. The White Man in That Photo
  1488. Gods And Robots – NOEMA
  1489. Overcoming Bias : Science 2.0
  1490. Exploring Rulial Space: The Case of Turing Machines—Stephen Wolfram Writings
  1491. Here’s why so many physicists are wrong about free will – George Ellis | Aeon Essays
  1492. Robert Zubrin on the Future of Space
  1493. Postumanesimo, metaumanesimo, transumanesimo: come andare oltre l’umano
  1494. Operation Carthage: How a Tunisian company conducted influence operations in African presidential elections – Atlantic Council
  1495. Srsly tho, WTF is MetaGame?!
  1496. A simple plan for repairing our society: we need new human rights, and this is how we get them.
  1497. Introducing Complex Adaptive Dynamics Computer-Aided Design (cadCAD)
  1498. Why Information Matters
  1499. Self-driving laboratory for accelerated discovery of thin-film materials
  1500. Rumsfeld: Looting is transition to freedom
  1501. Welcome
  1502. Let’s build Hong Kong 2.0 here in the UK – CapX
  1503. Opinion | The First Invasion of America
  1504. It’s Time to Build the Brigades | Commune
  1505. Google suspended a popular Android podcast app because it catalogs COVID-19 content
  1506. Mabs Sessions – Temporada 1 – Capítulo 23: David Orban
  1507. Wright’s Law Edges Out Moore’s Law in Predicting Technology Development – IEEE Spectrum
  1508. How to Build a Multi-Camera Live Streaming Setup
  1509. RTMP Pull
  1510. Opinion | ‘Waiting for Good Dough’
  1511. A Lesson in History
  1512. Finally We May Have a Path to the Fundamental Theory of Physics… and It’s Beautiful—Stephen Wolfram Writings
  1513. Anyone’s a Celebrity Streamer With This Open Source App
  1514. What Is ESG Investing? How Impact Investing Funds are Beating the Market
  1515. If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich? Turns out it’s just chance.
  1516. Robots aren’t taking our jobs — they’re becoming our bosses
  1517. The Rise of the Party of Death
  1518. Tolerating Failure: A Key to Creating Sustainable Business – The European Business Review
  1519. As Malta Delays Regulatory Clarity, Fewer Firms Remain on ‘Blockchain Island’
  1520. The Dark Shadow of Chinese Globalization Falls Over Italy
  1521. ShivaVT Resource Page 2
  1522. Italy signs deals worth 2.5 billion euros with China
  1523. The Age Of Community Capitalism
  1524. The Ultimate Beethoven Symphony Collection
  1525. Open Course on Adaptive Change due to COVID19 for All Ages
  1526. Bigger Brother
  1527. The Coder and the Dictator
  1528. 24 Questions to Frame your Solutions Reporting on COVID19
  1529. China owns Nature magazine’s ass – Debunking “The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2” claiming COVID-19 definitely wasn’t from a lab
  1530. The Year Of The American Jubilee Is Coming
  1531. One-kilometer breakthrough made in quantum field
  1532. Situational Assessment: Right Now
  1533. The Most Counter-intuitive Probability Problems
  1534. Announcing TensorFlow Quantum: An Open Source Library for Quantum Machine Learning
  1535. Inside Elon Musk’s plan to build one Starship a week—and settle Mars
  1536. Meet the man behind China’s talking drones: Inside China’s Startups
  1537. Engineers crack 58-year-old puzzle on way to quantum breakthrough
  1538. Libra rival Celo launches 50-member Alliance For Prosperity – TechCrunch
  1539. These Industrial Robots Get More Adept With Every Task
  1540. Who is buying into IBM’s blockchain dreams?
  1541. 50 Leading Female Futurists
  1542. Honeywell set to launch its quantum computer with quantum volume of 64 | ZDNet
  1543. Thoughts on “GDC in VR”
  1544. Inside the 21st-Century British Criminal Underworld – The Guardian – Pocket
  1545. This is why it’s different
  1546. Using this $10 toy now might save your life WHEN coronavirus hits you
  1547. What To Consider Before Serving On A Corporate Board
  1548. If You Are Considering Corporate Board Service, Part Two
  1549. It’s Not Just You, Seed Rounds Are Actually Getting Bigger
  1550. Freeman Dyson, Math Genius Turned Visionary Technologist, Dies at 96
  1551. U.S. Military Adopts New Ethics Guidelines For Artificial Intelligence
  1552. The World in 2030: Nine Megatrends to Watch | Andrew S. Winston
  1553. MIT Published a List of the 9 Megatrends That Will Shape the World in 2030. Here’s What They All Have in Common
  1554. Mappe e percorsi per abitare la complessità » Il rasoio di Occam – MicroMega
  1555. Italy’s Crisis-Torn Economy Can’t Keep the Good Life Down
  1556. What happens if a pandemic hits? – TechCrunch
  1557. At A Glance – The Innovator’s Dilemma – DisruptionHub
  1558. Why nobody can tell whether the world’s biggest quantum computer is a quantum computer
  1559. Tesla is Slowly Pushing Germany Into Recession
  1560. Inrupt, Tim Berners-Lee’s Solid, and Me – Schneier on Security
  1561. Job hunters face a new hurdle: Impressing AI
  1562. Defeated Chess Champ Garry Kasparov Has Made Peace With AI
  1563. Radical hydrogen-boron reactor leapfrogs current nuclear fusion tech
  1564. The growing crisis in cosmology
  1565. What AI still can’t do
  1566. The Shadow Organizational Chart | Carta
  1567. Personal Tokens (2020 Edition) & Social Reputation —
  1568. Avoiding space debris might require new legal framework, US lawmakers say
  1569. The messy, secretive reality behind OpenAI’s bid to save the world
  1570. Companies Have Spent Over $16 Billion On Robocars. It’s A Drop In The Bucket
  1571. Body Count | Epsilon Theory
  1572. Tesla teardown finds electronics 6 years ahead of Toyota and VW
  1573. Unifying Classical Physics and Quantum Physics
  1574. ARM’s new edge AI chips promise IoT devices that won’t need the cloud
  1575. AI document engineering startup Docugami raises $10M seed round in unusually large early stage deal
  1576. EU drops idea of facial recognition ban in public areas: paper
  1577. The Case for a Light Hand With AI and a Hard Line on China
  1578. Intel’s ‘Horse Ridge’ control chip may make quantum computing more viable, scalable | ZDNet
  1579. AWS launches Braket, its quantum computing service – TechCrunch
  1580. Microsoft Is Taking Quantum Computers to the Cloud
  1581. Google Claims a Quantum Breakthrough That Could Change Computing
  1582. How AI is fighting, and could enable, ransomware attacks on cities
  1583. The Metaverse: What It Is, Where to Find it, Who Will Build It, and Fortnite — Matthew Ball
  1584. Explanation Effect: Why You Should Always Teach What You Learn
  1585. No, Machine Learning is not just glorified Statistics
  1586. Asia Times | Cold fusion 3: commercial future and Asia | Article
  1587. Asia Times | Cold fusion: A potential energy gamechanger | Article
  1588. Asia Times | Cold fusion 2: Japan wins with systematic method | Article
  1589. Sabah court to make history on Wednesday by using AI in sentencing
  1590. Intuition Robotics raises $36 million to bring AI companions to everyone
  1591. Wuhan Coronavirus—WUWT Update
  1592. How social and physical technologies collaborate to create – Doyne Farmer, Fotini Markopoulou, Eric Beinhocker & Steen Rasmussen | Aeon Essays
  1593. The White House will spend hundreds of millions more on AI research
  1594. Conceptualizing AI in Human Terms Is Misleading
  1595. If Sapiens were a blog post
  1596. Yuval Noah Harari Gives the Really Big Picture
  1597. The Sad Path From Reaganism to ‘National Conservatism’
  1598. A new tool uses AI to spot text written by AI
  1599. 50 Cognitive Biases in the Modern World
  1600. The Hydrocarbon Era’s Spectacular End
  1601. AI-formulated medicine to be tested on humans for the first time
  1602. 20 fallacie logiche da conoscere per vincere un dibattito linguistico | Patrimoni Linguistici
  1603. Debt is Coming
  1604. Luca Ricolfi: quanto può durare la società signorile di massa
  1605. GM’s Cruise values autonomous vehicle industry at $8 trillion
  1606. Using artificial intelligence, agricultural robots are on the rise
  1607. How McKinsey Built the Ruling Class
  1608. L’etichetta “bio” non garantisce cibo migliore. Ma costa il 47% in più del normale.
  1609. Could Photonic Chips Outpace the Fastest Supercomputers?
  1610. How AI Helped Predict the Coronavirus Outbreak Before It Happened
  1611. Tough-to-Disrupt Municipal Market Attracts Blockchain Developer
  1612. Government Agency Warns Global Oil Industry Is on the Brink of a Meltdown
  1613. How A.I. Will Make Humans Better Artists
  1614. Gut bacteria linked to personality | University of Oxford
  1615. Is the United States on the brink of a revolution?
  1616. The fact-checker’s dilemma: Humans are hardwired to dismiss facts that don’t fit their worldview
  1617. Meraki Call To Action
  1618. Meraki Call To Action
  1619. Brexit, the most pointless, masochistic ambition in our country’s history, is done
  1620. 5-MeO-DMT: The 20-Minute Psychoactive Toad Experience That’s Transforming Lives
  1621. 2,000 years of Earth’s climate in one simple chart
  1622. AI, Cyberspace, and Nuclear Weapons – War on the Rocks
  1623. Artificial Intelligence Will Do What We Ask. That’s a Problem. | Quanta Magazine
  1624. What’s Behind Tesla’s Neural Network For Autopilot And Self-Driving?
  1625. Alphabet Has a Second, Secretive Quantum Computing Team
  1626. The early clues on what SpaceX’s Starlink will cost
  1627. The man teaching 300 million people a new language
  1628. The Most Culturally Influential Countries in the World
  1629. Michael Rose
  1630. Precision Fermentation: What It Is, and How It Could Make Farming Obsolete
  1631. Watch six decade-long disinformation operations unfold in six minutes
  1632. Comedy Written for the Machines
  1633. The UK Announces Regulations to Beef Up IoT Security—The U.S. Should Follow Suit
  1634. Nobel Prize-winning researcher: The future of immunotherapy for cancer treatment
  1635. AI-powered robot warehouse pickers are now ready to go to work
  1636. Puerto Rico: A U.S. Territory in Crisis
  1637. 5G Security – Schneier on Security
  1638. Why Founders Should Take More Risk
  1639. A Look at Innovation in Bitcoin’s Technology Stack
  1640. Open Finance Fundamentals: The prime brokers of tomorrow
  1641. Why Cisco’s ‘spin-ins’ never caught on
  1642. Understanding Cantor’s Mathematical Infinity
  1643. Common rules needed to foster Europe’s start-ups
  1644. DeFi #3 – 2020: The Borderless State of DeFi | Binance Research
  1645. Governing the Coin: World Economic Forum Announces Global Consortium for Digital Currency Governance
  1646. WEF Launches Global Consortium for Crypto Governance – CoinDesk
  1647. Cory Doctorow: Zuck’s Empire of Oily Rags
  1648. There’s No Good Reason to Trust Blockchain Technology
  1649. The Bitter Lesson
  1650. The Hidden Costs of Automated Thinking
  1651. Joel Spolsky and Clive Thompson discuss the past, present, and future of coding – Stack Overflow Blog
  1652. Kurt Gödel and the mechanization of mathematics – Essay – Footnotes to Plato – TLS
  1653. Kiryl Persianov’s answer to How do we prepare to refer to the time of AI? – Quora
  1654. Data Analysis of 10.000 AI Startups
  1655. GPT-2 and the Nature of Intelligence
  1656. Brexit is a collective English mental breakdown
  1657. The Personal Token Revolution
  1658. How Will You Measure Your Life?
  1659. MONITORYOU: the MilliONs beIng spenT by the eu on develOping surveillance tech to taRget YOU
  1660. This Google Scientist teaches AI to build better AI
  1661. Are these the 20 top multi-stakeholder processes in 2020 to advance a digital ecosystem for the…
  1662. William Gibson on writing sci-fi as the world takes a dystopian dive
  1663. Bitcoin Halving — Everything You Need to Know
  1664. Whoever leads in artificial intelligence in 2030 will rule the world until 2100
  1665. Passive attack: the story of a Wall Street revolution
  1666. Full Page Reload
  1667. Why Complexity is Different
  1668. Will Your Uploaded Mind Still Be You?
  1669. How a ground-breaking biodome being planned in Iceland could change cities around the world – ArcticToday
  1670. Breaking the encryption impasse
  1671. Man versus machine: Can AI do science?
  1672. How the US Wages War to Prop up the Dollar | Ryan McMaken
  1673. How to Set Up Your Startup for Success Using OKRs
  1674. Paging Dr. Robot: How Robotics Is Changing The Face Of Medicine – CB Insights Research
  1675. Thus Lives Zarathustra
  1676. The Best of What I Read in 2019
  1677. The Next Decade in Science
  1678. Mathematicians have discovered how the universal patterns behind innovation arise
  1679. A World Without Work by Daniel Susskind review – should we be delighted or terrified?
  1680. Artificial Intelligence System Learns the Fundamental Laws of Quantum Mechanics
  1681. The end of theory: does the data deluge make the scientific method obsolete?
  1682. The Vatican’s leading role in the crushing of Spain’s secular republic
  1683. ‘Combined weight of all the new surveillance technologies heading our way is a recipe for disaster, beyond Orwell’s wildest nightmares’ | FactorDaily
  1684. Say Goodbye to Banking as We Know It
  1685. Our Conservative AI Overlords Want Everything to Stay the Same – BLARB
  1686. Why the fate of the ozone layer should give us hope on climate change
  1687. Sacha Baron Cohen Is Wrong About Social Media, Wrong About Section 230… And Even Wrong About His Own Comedy
  1688. If the world ran on sun, it wouldn’t fight over oil | Bill McKibben
  1689. 100 Things to Do in San Francisco Before You Die
  1690. Crypto News, Pricing, and Research
  1691. Impacts of Green New Deal Energy Plans on Grid Stability, Costs, Jobs, Health, and Climate in 143 Countries
  1692. Massive savings of money and CO2 with 100% renewables per Jacobson
  1693. “Don’t Eat Before Reading This,” by Anthony Bourdain
  1694. Is The War Against ASICs Worth Fighting?
  1695. AI can now read emotions—but should it?
  1696. Lab-grown food is about to destroy farming – and save the planet | George Monbiot
  1697. Federated Learning: Collaborative Machine Learning without Centralized Training Data
  1698. Farmers Are Buying 40-Year-Old Tractors Because They’re Actually Repairable
  1699. Hologram Within a Hologram Hints at Fate of Black Holes
  1700. How Delaware Thrives as a Corporate Tax Haven
  1701. 7 unconventional ways we run ConvertKit
  1702. Lyft releases Flyte, a platform for maintaining AI workflows
  1703. Ram Dass Is Ready to Die
  1704. How The CIA Overthrew Iran’s Democracy In 4 Days
  1705. How To Avoid Swallowing War Propaganda ❧ Current Affairs
  1706. Il piano nazionale innovazione 2025 commentato punto per punto | Agenda Digitale
  1707. America is guilty of everything we accuse Iran of doing
  1708. European Blockchain Service Infrastructure (EBSI), che cos’è e quali sono i vantaggi – Blockchain 4innovation
  1709. The future is grim
  1710. U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software
  1711. Illinois says you should know if AI is grading your online job interviews
  1712. The Non-Human Living Inside of You – Cold Spring Harbor Lab on Nautilus
  1713. RAFT 2035
  1714. Tech’s Biggest Leaps From the Last 10 Years, and Why They Matter
  1715. Top 20 greatest inventions of all time
  1716. A.I. Is Learning to Read Mammograms
  1717. An elegy for cash: the technology we might never replace
  1718. 51 Science Fiction Books Everyone Should Read in Their Lifetime
  1719. educated-fools
  1720. Adversarial Interoperability
  1721. What Will Happen In The 2020s – AVC
  1722. What Happened In The 2010s – AVC
  1723. Four Ways Jobs Will Respond to Automation
  1724. Four Ways Jobs Will Respond to Automation
  1725. No, We Still Can’t Use Quantum Entanglement To Communicate Faster Than Light
  1726. It’s 2020 and you’re in the future — Wait But Why
  1727. Artificial Intelligence: Threat or Menace? – Charlie’s Diary
  1728. E-Cat Demand Could Rise to 3000GWe/year as the SKL Electrifies Everything (Aljobo) | E-Cat World
  1729. 10 technology trends that will impact our lives in 2020
  1730. LENR energy: Science or pseudoscience? « Math Scholar
  1731. 20 Companies Profiting the Most From War
  1732. Steven Pinker: what can we expect from the 2020s?
  1733. How the Next Decade’s Technological Tsunami Will Change Life as We Know It
  1734. The 12 Most Important and Stunning Quantum Experiments of 2019
  1735. Opinion: Science fiction and the unforeseeable future: In the 2020s, let’s imagine better things
  1736. Kim Stanley Robinson: “What the hell do we write now?”
  1737. Opinion | This Has Been the Best Year Ever
  1738. The Unimaginable Reality of American Concentration Camps
  1739. The 1968 sci-fi that spookily predicted today
  1740. The Enlightenment is Dead, Long Live the Entanglement
  1741. We’ve just had the best decade in human history. Seriously
  1742. Christie’s sells painting created by artificial intelligence for $432,500
  1743. Manage-able data for soil nutrients – John Kempf
  1744. Infographic: Wind Turbines Are Not Killing Fields for Birds
  1745. Honda CEO says ‘There will be no dramatic increase in EV demand’ – Electrek
  1746. Pentagon tells military personnel not to use at-home DNA kits
  1747. Gartner crystal ball: Looking beyond 2020 at the top IT-changing technologies | Network World
  1748. The Machines Are Learning, and So Are the Students
  1749. Court rules Turkey violated freedoms by banning Wikipedia
  1750. 5 things I’m telling my kids to prepare them for the future
  1751. When Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez met Greta Thunberg: ‘Hope is contagious’
  1752. Three questions you should ask anybody name-dropping AI or Machine Learning
  1753. Opinion: The Uncomfortable Limits of Human Knowledge
  1754. Why I dislike what “quantum supremacy” is doing to computing research
  1755. “미-중 암호화폐 패권 경쟁, 승자는 없다”…구글·NASA 투자한 싱귤래리티대 교수의 생각은? – 블록인프레스
  1756. What Did the U.S. Get for $2 Trillion in Afghanistan?
  1757. My semester with the snowflakes~
  1758. Freedom Is Meaningless Under Insurmountable Debt
  1759. The 84 biggest flops, fails, and dead dreams of the decade in tech
  1760. When the Culture War Comes for the Kids
  1761. Dan Dennett is a Panpsychist
  1762. Brain-reading tech is coming. The law is not ready to protect us.
  1763. FckdEx 🚚 | No Mercy / No Malice
  1764. Meet the Mad Scientist Who Wrote the Book on How to Hunt Hackers
  1765. Lies, Newsweek and Control of the Media Narrative: First-Hand Account
  1766. Researchers crack Newton’s elusive three-body problem
  1767. China’s $13 Trillion Problem Is Becoming Everyone’s
  1768. Closed Loophole Confirms the Unreality of the Quantum World | Quanta Magazine
  1769. Good news for climate change: India gets out of coal and into renewable energy – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
  1770. We’ve just had the best decade in human history. Seriously | The Spectator
  1771. Why we’re not wired to think scientifically (and what can be done about it) – Peter Attia
  1772. The War on Cash
  1773. FTC puts the brakes on Illumina’s $1.2B offer for DNA sequencing rival PacBio
  1775. But, Seriously, Where Are the Aliens?
  1776. A most peaceful revolution
  1777. Bill Text – ACR-215 23 Asilomar AI Principles.
  1778. The Transhumanist Bill of Rights version 2.0
  1779. The corruption of tech ethics – Tech Top 10 List
  1780. 8 biggest AI trends of 2020, according to experts
  1781. It’s a Disservice to Urge Young People To Become Entrepreneurs
  1782. Il problema tedesco | Contropiano
  1783. Make Your Job Application Robot-Proof
  1784. 110 Nobel contro Greenpeace: il caso Golden Rice – Scientificast
  1785. Is Crypto Ready for the New Space Age?
  1786. A Sobering Message About the Future at AI’s Biggest Party
  1787. Google has performed the biggest quantum chemistry simulation ever
  1788. One of the proton’s biggest mysteries isn’t a mystery after all
  1789. Top 15 Popular Hungarian foods – Chef’s Pencil
  1790. A conversation with George Church
  1791. Un expert destaca el rol d’Andorra en l’aplicació de les tecnologies digitals
  1792. Heat energy leaps through empty space, thanks to quantum weirdness
  1793. Petrol subsidy in 2018 higher than health, education, infrastructure and defence spend – Businessday NG
  1794. Isaac Asimov Asks, “How Do People Get New Ideas?”
  1795. Trolleys, Risk and Consequences: A Model For Understanding Robocar Morality
  1796. How William Gibson Keeps His Science Fiction Real
  1797. A guide to distributed teams – Increment: Teams
  1798. Dining Preferences of the Cloud and Open Source: Who Eats Who?
  1799. The team that powers VLC – Increment: Teams
  1800. Stephen Wolfram on the future of programming and why we live in a computational universe
  1801. Libra: cracking the code of Facebook’s ambition
  1802. On the immaturity of tokenized value capture mechanisms
  1803. The 177 Myths of Innovation & Creativity: Mega summary
  1804. Science Fiction Doesn’t Have to Be Dystopian
  1805. The dangers of negative interest rates – MoneyWeek
  1806. Open Source: From Community to Commercialization
  1807. Bitcoin is Not Backed by Nothing – Unchained Capital Blog
  1808. Cory Doctorow: Terra Nullius
  1809. Cory Doctorow: Steering with the Windshield Wipers
  1810. Cory Doctorow: Fake News Is an Oracle
  1811. Cory Doctorow: DRM Broke Its Promise
  1812. Cory Doctorow: Cold Equations and Moral Hazard
  1813. COO
  1814. Don’t get locked up into avoiding lock-in
  1815. How China squandered early chance to build home-grown chip industry
  1816. A Game of Giants
  1817. The Role of APIs In Blockchain | Nordic APIs |
  1818. Quantum weirdness isn’t real – we’ve just got space and time all wrong
  1819. Blockstack wins first-ever SEC approval for a token offering under Reg A+ listing – The Block
  1820. Ask Ethan: Where Does The ‘Energy’ For Dark Energy Come From?
  1821. Ask Ethan: What Does It Mean That Quantum Gravity Has No Symmetry?
  1822. Which New Business Models Will Be Unleashed By Web 3.0?
  1823. Fun Fictions in Economics | Beat the Press | CEPR
  1824. European Union: Hungary Is Lost
  1825. Why providing everyone with a basic income is a terrible idea
  1826. The Machines That Will Read Your Mind
  1827. Experimental rejection of observer-independence in the quantum world
  1828. Seeking the Productive Life: Some Details of My Personal Infrastructure—Stephen Wolfram Blog
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  1830. David Deutsch – On Artificial Intelligence
  1831. Vladimir Vernadsky – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  1832. Will Germany’s Pirates be walking the plank? – Al Jazeera English
  1833. Overcoming Bias : Why Do Algorithms Gain Like Chips?
  1834. Astronomers Find First Evidence Of Other Universes | MIT Technology Review
  1835. The Alchemy of Writing — Tips from a Non-Fiction and Fiction Pro
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  1837. Trattativa Stato-mafia for dummies
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  1842. Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us |
  1843. Dustin Juliano | Blog: Machine Ethics & The Rise of AI Eschatology
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  1847. Amazon unpacked –
  1848. Speak, Memory by Oliver Sacks | The New York Review of Books
  1849. Better Than Human: Why Robots Will — And Must — Take Our Jobs | Gadget Lab |
  1850. Evolution of a Founder: Lessons I have learned | Om Malik
  1851. Vinyl Vault lights fuse on copyright time bomb—but is it armed?
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  1858. If, Why, and How Founders Should Hire a “Professional” CEO | Reid Hoffman
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  1860. The End of Labor: How to Protect Workers From the Rise of Robots – Noah Smith – The Atlantic
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  1862. Google’s Larry Page on Why Moon Shots Matter | Wired Business |
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  1867. 2013 Question
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  1870. 12 Tables of Codes
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  1872. Fernhout Kanzure
  1873. Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Creating More Intelligent Organizations
  1874. Robocar Oriented Development and the New City
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  1879. IT security in 2030 – only humans will be the same – Securelist
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  1881. Tim Cook’s Freshman Year: The Apple CEO Speaks – Businessweek
  1882. Loco by Rudy Rucker,Bruce Sterling |
  1883. Exclusive: Inside Google Spanner, the Largest Single Database on Earth | Wired Enterprise |
  1884. G.E. Looks to Industry for the Next Digital Disruption –
  1885. Time-Reversal Violation Is Not the “Arrow of Time” | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine
  1886. The FP Top 100 Global Thinkers | Foreign Policy
  1887. Antiscience Beliefs Jeopardize U.S. Democracy: Scientific American
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  1890. Three radical new energy technologies | KurzweilAI
  1891. Why all pharmaceutical research should be made open access | Cory Doctorow | Technology |
  1892. Philosophy will be the key that unlocks artificial intelligence | David Deutsch | Science |
  1893. Constructor Theory | Conversation | Edge
  1894. How to Get Startup Ideas
  1895. They Cracked This 250 Year-Old Code, And Found a Secret Society Inside | Danger Room |
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  1898. Still Waiting for the Narrator in Chief –
  1899. Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong – Atlantic Mobile
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  1908. Noah Gray: Abstract Science
  1909. Cassandra’s legacy: The next ten billion years
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  1913. Books: The Once-Born and the Twice-Born –
  1914. The Indomitable Mary Meeker | Wired Business |
  1915. Power, Pollution and the Internet
  1916. The Best Driver in the Galaxy | Mother Jones
  1917. 26 Internet safety talking points | Dangerously Irrelevant
  1918. Pallets: The single most important object in the global economy. – Slate Magazine
  1919. The Spanish Robin Hood | World news | The Guardian
  1920. Waste, Creativity and Godwin’s Corollary for Technology
  1921. Why does the return journey feel quicker? – The Irish Times – Thu, Aug 16, 2012
  1922. Russia’s Top Cyber Sleuth Foils US Spies, Helps Kremlin Pals | Danger Room |
  1923. FBI’s Secretive ‘National Security Letter’ Demand for Phone Records Faces Rare Challenge –
  1924. “How to Resolve the Greek Crisis”, Salim Lamrani
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  1929. Flirtin’ with Disaster – John Mauldin’s Outside the Box E-Letter
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  1934. News > Culture > An Excerpt From The Final Rapturous Installment Of Cory Doctorow And Charles Stross’ Rapture of The Nerds
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  1936. On receiving an honourary doctorate in computer science from the Open Univer…
  1937. Ray Bradbury, American optimist –
  1938. Such a Long Journey – An Interview with Kevin Kelly
  1939. SF, big ideas, ideology: what is to be done?
  1940. Economist Paul Krugman Is a Hard-Core Science Fiction Fan | Underwire |
  1941. The Collapse of Complex Business Models « Clay Shirky
  1942. Every black hole contains a new universe: A physicist presents a solution to present-day cosmic mysteries
  1943. AI uprising: humans will be outsourced, not obliterated (Wired UK)
  1944. The Trouble with Profiling
  1945. Say hello to the real real-time Web | Ars Technica
  1946. Deepak Chopra may be wealthy, but even he knows that’s all an illusion | Sue Blackmore | Comment is free |
  1947. Anodyne Anonymity
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  1949. A VELVET FIST | More Intelligent Life
  1950. The Campus Tsunami –
  1951. Top Startup Incubators And Accelerators: Y Combinator Tops With $7.8 Billion In Value – Forbes
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  1954. The Invisible Borders That Define American Culture – Arts & Lifestyle – The Atlantic Cities
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  1958. Going With The Flow: Google’s Secret Switch To The Next Wave Of Networking | Wired Enterprise |
  1959. The Cybercrime Wave that wasn’t
  1960. Hot and Cold Running Fusion | dagblog
  1961. Physicists continue work to abolish time as fourth dimension of space
  1962. – How We Will Read: Clay Shirky
  1963. Angry Birds Hyperaddictive
  1964. Playing B-Ball with Obama: 6 Steps to Crossing Anything Off Your Bucket List
  1965. Why Youth Has an Advantage in Innovation & Why You Want To Be a Learn-It-All |
  1966. Let the Robot Drive: The Autonomous Car of the Future Is Here | Magazine
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  2003. How Khan Academy Is Changing the Rules of Education | Magazine
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  2006. Lifeboat News: The Blog
  2007. Locus Online Perspectives » Cory Doctorow: No Endorsement
  2008. Climate of Denial | Rolling Stone Politics
  2009. Singularities and Nightmares
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  2011. Transhumanist FAQ
  2012. Networks are not always revolutionary | Technology |
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  2014. The Internet: Anonymous Forever
  2015. Why talking is so much tougher than math – The Globe and Mail
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  2017. Practical Tips on Writing a Book from 22 Brilliant Authors | NeuroTribes
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  2020. Killing the Buddha : Sam Harris
  2021. How to Drop Out
  2022. Interview: Ran Prieur – Boing Boing
  2023. Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » CS timeline voting: the results are in!
  2024. Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Better late than never
  2025. The Hidden Message in Pixar’s Films | Science Not Fiction | Discover Magazine
  2026. Why I Hate Your Freedom
  2027. The Bobby Fischer Defense by Garry Kasparov | The New York Review of Books
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  2036. Chetan Sharma: Technology & Strategy Consulting
  2037. Some Final Thoughts on the Death of Osama bin Laden |
  2038. On the Floor Laughing: Traders Are Having a New Kind of Fun – Technology – The Atlantic
  2039. | Science fiction and fantasy | Shannon&rsquo;s Law
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  2041. Saving the World: new white house policy and breaking dependence on oil
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  2043. Men’s Journal » Print » Everything You Know About Fitness is a Lie
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  2056. The Times’s Dealings With Julian Assange –
  2057. We need a serious critique of net activism | Technology |
  2058. GLOBA: accelerating technologies will create a global state by 2050 | KurzweilAI
  2059. The WELL: State of the World 2011: Bruce Sterling and Jon Lebkowsky
  2060. A stunning year in climate science reveals that human civilization is on the precipice « Climate Progress
  2061. The Faithful Scribe: Google and the Myceliation of Consciousness, expanded
  2062. Technology firms and Barack Obama: End of the silicon honeymoon | The Economist
  2063. Raph’s Website » The Fundamentals of Game Design
  2064. Points of control = Rents – O’Reilly Radar
  2065. IEEE Spectrum: Q&A: Ken Goldberg Discusses Telerobots, Androids, and Heidegger
  2066. The History and Future of Special Functions
  2067. RUSHKOFF: Why I Left My Publisher in Order to Publish a Book | ARTHUR MAGAZINE
  2068. Kevin Kelly and Steven Johnson on Where Ideas Come From | Magazine
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  2070. Why Content Is a Public Good – Charlie’s Diary
  2071. In the Next Industrial Revolution, Atoms Are the New Bits | Magazine
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  2074. Slashdot Comments | Politicians Worldwide Asking Questions About ACTA
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  2076. Kickingbear» Blog Archive » Software Sea Change
  2077. Problems of Transhumanism: The Unsustainable Autonomy of Reason
  2078. Jaron Lanier: Loss of the virtual dream –
  2079. Intense Minimalism • Intense Minimalism: my identity
  2080. What Startups Are Really Like
  2081. The WELL: Bruce Sterling: State of the World 2010
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  2084. / Technology / Ask the Expert: Gadget Guru – What next? Bionic athletes and nanobot surgery
  2085. The Best & Worst of the 2000s: An h+ Contributors Poll | h+ Magazine
  2086. Religion for a Galactic Civilization 2.0
  2087. A Cosmist Manifesto
  2088. Terasem Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology – Awaken the Universe — Introducing the Order of Cosmic Engineers – by Philippe Van Nedervelde
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  2092. Accelerating Future » Answering Popular Science’s 10 Questions on the Singularity
  2093. THE FUTURIST Magazine’s Top 10 Forecasts for 2010 and Beyond
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  2095. Why the Fuss About Intelligence? – Singularity 101 – GOOD
  2096. Stay tuned for technology of the future | Technology | The Guardian
  2097. Insurgents Hack U.S. Drones –
  2098. Project Syndicate – Rights for Robots?
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  2105. Four Ways to Create a Better Future | Leading Change | Fast Company
  2106. Science in shackles | John Sulston | Comment is free | The Guardian
  2107. As robots become more common, Stanford experts consider the legal challenges
  2108. Flickr co-founder tries his hand at another Web startup – The Globe and Mail
  2109. Energy Literacy part One: Energy is invisible – Boing Boing
  2110. NBAA – Is There an Artifical God?
  2111. Samasource: How African refugees are scoring Silicon Valley Internet jobs – Boing Boing
  2112. Guest blogger – Saul Griffith’s “Energy Literacy Series” – Boing Boing
  2113. Singularity University Gives Execs a View of the Future – BusinessWeek
  2114. I, Robot | Print Article |
  2115. The Gray Goo Problem
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  2117. NEW FICTION: SPIDER’S MOON by Lavie Tidhar | Fiction | Futurismic
  2118. Edge 300
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  2120. Charlie’s Diary: Chrome Plated Jackboots
  2121. College for $99 a Month by Kevin Carey | Washington Monthly
  2122. IEEE Spectrum: Augmented Reality in a Contact Lens
  2123. Yudkowsky – The Sword of Good
  2124. A school for changing the world | Technology | The Guardian
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  2126. How to reduce your carbon emissions by 10% | Environment | The Guardian
  2127. The Myth Of A Moderate Malaysia :: Sam Harris
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  2129. Notes from the Space Elevator Conference, August 13-16 2009 | h+ Magazine
  2131. Cooperative Cybercars: A Question Of Priorities
  2132. What’s Good For IBM… | Print Article |
  2134. Technology Review: Quantum Cryptography for the Masses
  2135. The Status of the P Versus NP Problem | September 2009 | Communications of the ACM
  2137. What Is Really Happening to the Venture Capital Industry? «
  2138. Micronations of the World | People & Places | Smithsonian Magazine
  2139. Biological and Nanomechanical Systems: Contrasts in Evolutionary Capacity
  2140. Three Possible Economic Models (Part 1)
  2141. The notion of disputation arenas – David Brin – Open Salon
  2142. The Real Way to Feel Safe with Artificial Intelligence – David Brin – Open Salon
  2143. David Brin’s Official Web Site: “Disputation Arenas” (article)
  2144. Rudy’s Blog » Blog Archive » How to Write (Clarion West, 2009)
  2145. This is Your Brain on Neurotechnology | h+ Magazine
  2146. New battery could change world, one house at a time
  2147. Human Memory
  2148. Printer Friendly
  2149. Burning Blog » Blog Archive » “Snatching Digital Rights” or Protecting Our Culture? Burning Man and the EFF
  2150. GFS: Evolution on Fast-forward – ACM Queue
  2151. Wired 10.12: God Is the Machine
  2152. The Atlantic | April 1988 | Did the Universe Just Happen? | Wright
  2153. Wikipedia enters a new chapter | Technology | The Guardian
  2154. The Technium: Progression of the Inevitable
  2155. Home ‎(Stross Krugman Transcript)‎
  2156. In the Future, Doing Science Is Like Blogging | Technology | DISCOVER Magazine
  2157. The Strange Case of Francis Collins | The Reason Project
  2158. Scientists Worry Machines May Outsmart Man –
  2159. Cato Unbound » Blog Archive » The Education of a Libertarian
  2160. Kim Stanley Robinson — Exploring Space Can Help Us Protect the Earth
  2161. Internet Evolution – The Big Report – Beyond Censorware: Teaching Web Literacy
  2162. Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule
  2163. Teaching Robots the Rules of War | h+ Magazine
  2164. Dean Kamen interview
  2165. Evolution’s third replicator: Genes, memes, and now what? – life – 31 July 2009 – New Scientist
  2166. Evolution’s third replicator: Genes, memes, and now what? – life – 31 July 2009 – New Scientist
  2168. Scientists Worry Machines May Outsmart Man – Readers’ Comments –
  2169. Scientists Worry Machines May Outsmart Man – Readers’ Comments –
  2170. Scientists Worry Machines May Outsmart Man –
  2171. Amazon Faces a Fight Over Its E-Books –
  2172. IBM and The Internet of Things
  2173. God and Science Don’t Mix :: Sam Harris
  2174. Open Data is Civic Capital: Best Practices for “Open Government Data”
  2175. Joho the Blog » Transparency is the new objectivity
  2176. In Search for Intelligence, a Silicon Brain Twitches –
  2177. SSRN-Globalization, Technological Developments, and the Work of Fiscal Termites by Vito Tanzi
  2178. Charlie’s Diary: How I got here in the end, part twelve: the end of the beginning
  2179. What is the EEA? (detailed answer)
  2180. ReadWriteWeb Interview With Tim Berners-Lee, Part 2: Search Engines, User Interfaces for Data, Wolfram Alpha, And More…
  2181. ReadWriteWeb Interview With Tim Berners-Lee, Part 1: Linked Data
  2182. Tech Is Too Cheap to Meter: It’s Time to Manage for Abundance, Not Scarcity
  2183. Scrubbing CO2 With Synthetic Trees – Green Inc. Blog –
  2184. Tales from the encrypt: the secrets of data protection | Technology |
  2185. Chat log between Cory Ondrejka and Raph Koster – Metaplace Community Pulse
  2186. Wolfram|Alpha Blog : Stephen Wolfram on the Quest for Computable Knowledge
  2187. Like teenagers, computers are built to hook up | Technology |
  2188. John Hodgman on Fake Facts
  2189. Why New Novelists Are Kinda Old, or, Hey, Publishing is Slow « Whatever
  2190. Internet Evolution – The Big Report – Internet (C)rapshoot: How Internet Gatekeepers Stifle Progress
  2191. Jemima Kiss talks to Google co-founder Sergey Brin | Technology | The Guardian
  2192. The inside story of the Conficker worm – tech – 12 June 2009 – New Scientist
  2193. The unique universe –
  2194. Gorbis: Organizational Change Is Coming Soon – Roll Call
  2195. – Magazine Article
  2196. The Benefits of Distraction and Overstimulation — New York Magazine
  2197. Cory Doctorow: We must ensure ISPs don’t stop the next Google getting out of the garage | Technology |
  2198. How much reason do you want? :: Sam Harris
  2199. Light at the end of religion’s dark tunnel :: Sam Harris
  2200. Genesis of the debt disaster
  2201. The Accidental Entrepreneur
  2202. Cory Doctorow: When love is harder to show than hate | Technology |
  2203. Internet Evolution – The Big Report – Digital Licensing: Do It Yourself
  2204. Blog di Beppe Grillo – Zoo Italia
  2205. Creating a National Innovation Framework
  2206. IEEE Spectrum: 25 Microchips That Shook the World
  2207. Locus Online Perspectives: Extreme Geek
  2208. Transcendent Man: Film About Kurzweil | h+ Magazine
  2209. Isaac Asimov – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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  2211. Agalmics: The Marginalization of Scarcity
  2212. The Age of Pandemics –
  2213. Obama at the Academy IV: Speech Text : ScienceInsider
  2214. Church-Shopping: Why Do Americans Change Faiths? :: Sam Harris
  2215. Transcendent Man Wows At Tribeca Film Festival Premier | Singularity Hub
  2216. Some Modern Perspectives on the Quest for Ultimate Knowledge
  2217. Read me first: How the great Conficker panic hacked into human credulity | Technology | The Guardian
  2218. Only Words: Liberalism, Past and Future :: Sam Harris
  2219. Edge 282
  2220. Toys — and More — for the 21st Century Make Use of Mind Control Over Matter
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  2222. Blog di Beppe Grillo – Parlamento Europeo – Loretta Napoleoni
  2223. Is Venture Capitalism Dead? Not Yet. Advice from Kleiner Perkins, Hummer Winblad, Shasta Ventures, and Clearstone Venture Partners
  2224. Internet Evolution – The Big Report – Big Entertainment Wants to Party Like It’s 1996
  2225. Politics | How free is free will?
  2226. J.G. Ballard: Writer whose dystopian visions helped shape our view of the modern world – Obituaries, News – The Independent
  2227. How the E-Book Will Change the Way We Read and Write –
  2228. The Independent: The dark side of Dubai
  2229. Legally Speaking: The Dead Souls of the Google Booksearch Settlement – O’Reilly Radar
  2230. “Excerpts from F. Hoyle’s ‘October the First is Too Late'”
  2231. The End of Philosophy :: Sam Harris
  2232. Wolfram|Alpha: Searching for Truth | h+ Magazine
  2233. Cory Doctorow: Authors have lost the plot in Amazon Kindle battle | Technology |
  2234. Guest Column: Computers vs. Brains – Olivia Judson Blog –
  2235. The Civil Heretic – Freeman Dyson – Profile –
  2236. George Soros, the man who broke the Bank, sees a global meltdown – Times Online
  2237. The Coming Merging of Mind and Machine: Scientific American
  2238. Old Growth Media And The Future Of News
  2239. Guest Column: Can We Increase Our Intelligence? – Olivia Judson Blog –
  2240. Lifeboat News: The Blog » How long do we have? – Regulate armed robots before it’s too late
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  2243. Locus Online Features: Cory Doctorow: In Praise of the Sales Force
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  2248. The Raw Story | Chomsky: Humanity’s survival ‘by no means a sure thing’
  2249. Charlie’s Diary: The 21st century: FAQ
  2250. Do Naked Singularities Break the Rules of Physics?: Scientific American
  2251. Shoresteading, Part One, by David Brin | Science Fiction Stories | Jim Baen’s Universe
  2252. LF Special Report: Singularities and Nightmares
  2253. Recipe for Disaster: The Formula That Killed Wall Street
  2254. Marshall Kirkpatrick » A Look Behind the Curtain at Techmeme
  2255. Information Wants to Be Expensive –
  2256. Computer components shrinking faster than predicted – tech – 20 February 2009 – New Scientist
  2257. Startups in a Downturn – BusinessWeek
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  2260. Op-Ed Columnist – Start Up the Risk-Takers –
  2261. New Search Technologies Mine the Web More Deeply –
  2262. The Law of Accelerating Returns
  2263. Official Google Blog: From the height of this place
  2264. Lifeboat News: The Blog » Finding a Cure for Collective Neurosis in the Attention Economy
  2265. LF Special Report: What are the Benefits of Mind Uploading?
  2266. On Language – Fat Tail –
  2267. DIY: How to write a book – Boing Boing
  2268. Mining The Thought Stream
  2269. How To Criticizing Computer Scientists
  2270. Cory Doctorow: Digital Britain report: Why Lord Carter should get real | Technology |
  2271. How to become an iPhone developer in eight easy steps | Technology |
  2272. Twitter Fast Growing Beyond Its Messaging Roots | Epicenter from
  2274. How Harvard Law threw down the gauntlet to the RIAA – Ars Technica
  2275. Science 2.0: New online tools may revolutionize research
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  2278. Seed: 2009 Will Be a Year of Panic
  2279. The Origins of the Financial Crisis – Brookings Institution
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  2282. Lives tangled in growing net – Articles – Digital Life –
  2283. Google & the Future of Books – The New York Review of Books
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  2290. The Yale Law Journal – Reputation as Property in Virtual Economies
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  2292. Samuel J. Palmisano: Let’s Spend on Broadband and the Power Grid –
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  2296. Locus Online Features: Cory Doctorow: Writing in the Age of Distraction
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  2300. Google Hopes to Open a Trove of Little-Seen Books –
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  2302. Op-Ed Contributors – How to Repair a Broken Financial World –
  2303. Op-Ed Contributors – The End of the Financial World as We Know It –
  2304. The WELL: Bruce Sterling: State of the World, 2009
  2305. HOW TO: Raise Money in a Down Economy
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  2307. Enjoying the show, avoiding the flamethrower: life inside Apple | Technology |
  2308. 3:AM Magazine » Everyone Should Have Their Own Factory Catalogue Number
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  2321. Change 2.0 | Print Article |
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  2323. You’re Leaving a Digital Trail. What About Privacy? –
  2324. Google’s Gatekeepers –
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  2326. Don Norman’s / Signifiers, not affordances
  2327. STANFORD Magazine: March/April 2007 > Features > Mind-set Research
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  2330. Print: Will Electric Professors Dream of Virtual Tenure? –
  2331. NIC – Disruptive Civil Technologies
  2332. Transumanar
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  2334. Battle lines forming in nascent robotics field – MarketWatch
  2335. Teenagers’ Internet Socializing Not a Bad Thing –
  2336. Reputation Research: A Command Line for the Internet of Things
  2337. Contemporary futurists horn in on the blazing 100-year-old Futurist action | Beyond the Beyond from
  2338. Sci-fi special: William Gibson – 12 November 2008 – New Scientist
  2339. For Former Google Employees, Start-Ups Are a Family Affair –
  2340. Money Field Manual
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  2342. Apple COO Tim Cook could be in line to replace Steve Jobs – Nov. 10, 2008
  2343. Man Versus Machine
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  2348. Op-Ed Contributor – The Climate for Change –
  2349. Comic book literature unmasked at festival – Las Vegas Sun
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  2358. For Atheists, Politics Proves to Be a Lonely Endeavor :: Sam Harris
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  2361. BBC NEWS | Technology | The Tech Lab: Steve Furber
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  2369. Capitalism to the Rescue – Green Tech Rising –
  2370. NEW FICTION: THE RIGHT PEOPLE by Adam Rakunas | Fiction | Futurismic
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  2374. Transaction Net: The Future of Money by Bernard Lietaer
  2375. Print Your Own Money – Boing Boing
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  2377. ‘Radical Openness’ on the Google Phone — At Least For Now – Bits Blog –
  2378. Ping – Technology Doesn’t Dumb Us Down. It Frees Our Minds. –
  2379. JET 16(1) – June 2007 – Hanson-Hughes Debate
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  2404. ‘Public’ online spaces don’t carry speech, rights – Yahoo! News
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  2407. How the Web Was Won: Entertainment & Culture:
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  2409. Cory Doctorow: Our dangerous statistical ignorance | Technology |
  2410. Fusione fredda alla riscossa – Il Sole 24 ORE
  2411. Sensing the future in a wireless world – 11 May 2006 – Computing
  2412. IBM Research | IBM Research | virtualworlds | IBM Virtual World Guidelines
  2413. IBM Social Computing Guidelines
  2414. IBM Business conduct guidelines
  2415. Google Health and HIPAA
  2416. On Living With Compassion — Vegan Outreach
  2417. Vegan FAQs — Vegan Outreach
  2418. We are what we eat
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  2420. NUTRITION | We are what we eat |
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  2425. ‘Feel Good’ vs. ‘Do Good’ on Climate – New York Times


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  61. Deepfakes Are Going To Wreak Havoc On Society. We Are Not Prepared.
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  63. The Amazing Ways Dubai Airport Uses Artificial Intelligence
  64. Machine translates brainwaves into sentences
  65. Towards a Conversational Agent that Can Chat About…Anything
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  68. Building Consciousness in BINA48
  69. Musicians Algorithmically Generate Every Possible Melody, Release Them to Public Domain
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  71. AI Helps Doctors Diagnose the Coronavirus – NVIDIA Developer News Center
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  73. Powered by AI: Turning any 2D photo into 3D using convolutional neural nets
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  80. Artificial Intelligence (AI) And The Law: Helping Lawyers While Avoiding Biased Algorithms
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  83. EASA Expects Certification of First Artificial Intelligence for Aircraft Systems by 2025 – Avionics
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  30. We’re Underestimating the Risk of Human Extinction – Technology – The Atlantic
  31. China’s 10 Most Wanted Smartphones – Great News for Android, Not So Much for iPhone | Tech in Asia
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  142. Nathan Myhrvold’s Evil Genius « Bottom-up
  143. On Biological and Digital Intelligence
  144. / UK – Life returns after travelling through the Singularity
  145. National Geographic
  146. / Comment / Opinion – A copyright black hole swallows our culture
  147. Technology Review: The Singularity and the Fixed Point
  148. Check Username Availability at Multiple Social Networking Sites
  149. Why Craigslist Is Such a Mess
  150. Words for Webstock – Bruce Sterling
  151. Arnold Schwarzenegger 2012
  152. Technology Review: When a Good Idea Works
  153. Religion for a Galactic Civilization 2.0.doc
  154. Why free ebooks should be part of the plot for writers | Cory Doctorow | Technology | The Guardian
  155. Technology Review: On Openness
  156. Op-Ed Contributor – Why We Need Health Care Reform –
  157. Smart Bombs: Mark Dery, Steven Pinker on the Nature-Nurture Wars and the Politics of IQ – Boing Boing
  158. Lifeboat News: The Blog » Tastes like the singularity, but less filling
  159. Cory Doctorow: Chris Anderson’s Free adds much to The Long Tail, but falls short | Technology |
  160. What should science do? Sam Harris v. Philip Ball | The Reason Project
  161. All quiet on the God front :: Sam Harris
  162. Cory Doctorow: Stop worrying, Hollywood – nobody is stealing your films with mobiles | Technology |
  163. 940ambobmetcalfe-090325135311-phpapp01.pdf (application/pdf Object)
  164. Locus Online Perspectives: Cory Doctorow: Cheap Facts and the Plausible Premise
  165. Malcolm Gladwell reviews Free by Chris Anderson: Books: The New Yorker
  166. Technology Review: Search Me
  167. Cory Doctorow: Search is too important to leave to one company – even Google | Technology |
  168. Charlie’s Diary: LOGIN 2009 keynote: gaming in the world of 2030
  169. Energy Myths and Realities – Keith O. Rattie
  170. What Bruce Sterling Actually Said About Web 2.0 at Webstock 09 | Beyond the Beyond from
  171. Cory Doctorow: You shouldn’t have to sell your soul just to download some music | Technology |
  172. Annual Review 2005: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies
  173. Quinta’s weblog in english: (five) Quinta’s Net Neutrality principles
  174. Seeing and Believing
  175. Silvio Berlusconi: Yes, yes, yes, Prime Minister – Times Online
  176. The Crisis & What to Do About It – The New York Review of Books
  177. The New Trough : Rolling Stone
  178. Popular Mechanics
  179. Like, Socialism: Comment: The New Yorker
  180. Why all of us need to be “search literate” – Machinist –
  181. Quick Rundown on the Singularity Summit « Complex Adaptive Systems
  182. The Whole Earth Effect — Plenty Magazine
  183. Contagious cancer: The evolution of a killer—By David Quammen (Harper’s Magazine)


  1. My first impressions of web3
  2. Why it’s too early to get excited about Web3
  3. On Decentralization and Network Societies: An Interview With David Orban – Featured Bitcoin News
  4. Local-first software: You own your data, in spite of the cloud
  5. AIStorm raises $16 million for low-powered AI edge computing chips | VentureBeat


  1. Batteries Are Advancing According to Their Own Little-Known Moore’s Law
  2. Hydrogen is Big Oil’s Last Grand Scam
  3. How the race for renewable energy is reshaping global politics
  4. We Have Entered the Climate Decade
  5. Opinion: Pretending that energy jobs will come back is only making things worse
  6. Our Amazing Clean Energy Future Has Arrived
  7. The Climate Crisis Is Worse Than You Can Imagine. Here’s What Happens If You Try.
  8. A Monster Wind Turbine Is Upending an Industry
  9. Microsoft’s astonishing climate change goals, explained
  10. The price of solar electricity has dropped 89% in 10 years
  11. Earth Is Still Sailing Into Climate Chaos, Report Says, but Its Course Could Shift
  12. Solar’s Future is Insanely Cheap (2020)
  13. Super Secret Perovskite Solar Cell Company Bursts Out Of Stealth Mode


  1. Startup Plots “Base-Station-on-a-Chip” That Combines 5G and AI
  2. How AI Can Facilitate Innovation
  3. Regulators and decisionmakers still don’t ‘get’ AI technology
  4. Introducing UniMex: A Low-Cap DeFi Project that Solved Decentralized Margin Trading
  5. As ETH Bitcoin continues to rise in value, Telos launches bridge to Ethereum allowing assets to move across blockchains. | ZDNet
  6. India’s largest crypto exchange adopts decentralized Unstoppable Domains
  7. Blockchain-Based Decentralized Exchanges Are Growing, But There Still Are Significant Risks
  8. Bitcoin Talk: Decentralized vs Distributed – CoinGeek
  9. Decentralized Finance Will Change Your Understanding Of Financial Systems
  10. The Future Will Be Decentralized
  11. China’s quantum satellite enables first totally secure long-range messages
  12. Quantum computer captures physics of high-energy particles – Physics World
  13. Get Ready for Smart Contracts 2.0: Oraichain Launches New AI-powered Blockchain Network
  14. Jolting AI | David Orban
  15. Genetic Evasion: using genetic algorithms to beat state-level internet censorship | Boing Boing
  16. A.I. Here, There, Everywhere
  17. The quantum gambit


  1. Europe looks to go it alone on microchips amid US-China clash
  2. The US Military Is Getting 3D Printing &#8220;Factories&#8221; Inside Shipping Containers
  3. Semiconductors and the U.S.-China Innovation Race


  1. California bill would decriminalize psychedelics, paving the way for medical treatment
  2. Anti-Aging: State of the Art – LessWrong


  1. This Italian scientist has become a celebrity by fighting vaccine skeptics
  2. Coronavirus Origin Study Released
  3. The next act for messenger RNA could be bigger than covid vaccines
  4. How Humans Evolved to Care for Others
  5. One-page beginner’s guide to COVID-19
  6. Coronavirus: Learning How to Dance
  7. Coronavirus hijacks cells in unique ways that suggest how to treat it – STAT
  8. The coronavirus has hastened the post-human era – TechCrunch
  9. Apocalypse never: what coronavirus teaches us about doomsday denial – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
  10. Out of the Belly of Hell: COVID-19 and the humanisation of globalisation
  11. ‘The house was on fire.’ Top Chinese virologist on how China and U.S. have met the pandemic
  12. The Germs That Transformed History
  13. The Pandemic’s Coming Geopolitical Second Wave
  14. Fearful and Wary, Italian City Ravaged by Coronavirus Slowly Re-Emerges
  15. The Crisis of a Lifetime | by Gregor Peter Schmitz & George Soros – Project Syndicate
  16. The Coming Post-COVID Anarchy
  17. RaTG13 is fake
  18. Protecting Lives & Liberty: How Contact Tracing Can Foil COVID-19 & Big Brother
  19. Economic damage could be worse without lockdown and social distancing, study finds
  20. Why the Coronavirus Is So Confusing
  21. The Coronavirus and Our Future
  22. Restoring the Economy Is the Last Thing We Should Want
  23. Lab-made? CoV2 genealogy through the lens of gain-of-function research
  24. The Cheapest Solution to COVID-19 is Right in Front of Our Face
  25. APP Immuni: come funziona e dove si scarica la nuova APP anti-covid
  26. Cuomo signs order allowing New Yorkers to obtain marriage licenses and perform ceremonies remotely
  27. Italy’s Lombardy, a Hot Spot for Eccentric Artists
  28. Sensitivity and specificity – Wikipedia
  29. Experts warn Trump’s misinformation about coronavirus is dangerous
  30. Researchers hope to improve future epidemic predictions: New mathematical model uses information theory to improve epidemiological predictions
  31. The Next Influenza Pandemic: Can It Be Predicted?
  32. Bill Gates has been warning of a global health threat for years. Here are 11 people who seemingly predicted the coronavirus pandemic.
  33. Ban on gain-of-function studies ends
  34. Opinion | How did covid-19 begin? Its initial origin story is shaky.
  35. How to prepare your business for a post-pandemic future | Sifted
  36. EU Pushes for Coordinated Virus-Tracking Mobile Apps
  37. Coronavirus: Out of Many, One
  38. Monthly Review | COVID-19 and Circuits of Capital
  39. No, the coronavirus wasn’t made in a lab. A genetic analysis shows it’s from nature
  40. Opinion | The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order
  41. China Wants to Use the Coronavirus to Take Over the World
  42. 9 charts showing what coronavirus is doing to the economy
  43. Pakistan: COVID-19 test mandatory for int’l passengers
  44. The Coronation | Charles Eisenstein
  45. What’s at Stake: Flatten the Curve to Respect Carrying Capacity
  46. As Coronavirus Surveillance Escalates, Personal Privacy Plummets
  47. How the Pandemic Will End
  48. At the Epicenter of the Covid-19 Pandemic and Humanitarian Crises in Italy: Changing Perspectives on Preparation and Mitigation | Catalyst non-issue content
  49. How corona broke the system
  50. How Autonomy Creates Resilience in the Face of Crisis
  51. The Great Coronavirus Reset: Five New Bretton Woods Institutions For 21st Century’s Exponential Challenges
  52. What Can We Learn From the Plague That Killed Athenian Democracy?
  53. Opinion | This high-tech way to try to slow the coronavirus spread has low-tech problems
  54. Security, Privacy and the Coronavirus: Lessons From 9/11
  55. The Great Coronavirus Reset: Five New Bretton Woods Institutions For 21st Century’s Exponential Challenges
  56. Mike Murray Commentary: A Military Option to Fight the COVID-19 Pandemic and Prevent an Economic Depression – Tennessee Star
  57. A Federal Ban on Making Lethal Viruses Is Lifted
  58. Yuval Noah Harari: the world after coronavirus | Free to read
  59. Evidence over hysteria — COVID-19 Coronavirus
  60. Wuhan’s Much-Maligned Virology Institute Seeks Patent on US Drug
  61. Italy, Pandemic’s New Epicenter, Has Lessons for the World
  62. Opinion | Is Our Fight Against Coronavirus Worse Than the Disease?
  63. The Tip of the Iceberg: Virologist David Ho (BS ’74) Speaks About COVID-19
  64. In the Battle Against Coronavirus, Humanity Lacks Leadership
  65. Coronavirus Will Change the World Permanently. Here’s How.
  66. You don’t have to be Asian to wear a face mask in an epidemic | The Japan Times
  67. Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance
  68. We need privacy and data laws to tackle this global pandemic
  69. COVID-19: Imperial researchers model likely impact of public health measures | Imperial News | Imperial College London
  70. Non torneremo più alla normalità. Ecco come sarà la vita dopo la pandemia –
  71. We’re not going back to normal
  72. America Isn’t Failing Its Pandemic Test—Washington Is
  73. “Flattening the Curve” is a deadly delusion
  74. First Report
  75. As Europe Shuts Down, Britain Takes a Different, and Contentious, Approach
  76. Coronavirus: The Black Swan of 2020
  77. The Bosses Who Prefer When Employees Work From Home
  78. The Worst Outcome
  79. Coronavirus Model Announcement for Businesses
  80. Response to COVID-19 in Taiwan: Big Data Analytics, New Technology, and Proactive Testing
  81. Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now
  82. My Thoughts About the Coronavirus
  83. Epidemics Reveal the Truth of the Societies They Hit
  84. Coronavirus Could Break Iranian Society
  85. Responding to Covid-19 — A Once-in-a-Century Pandemic? | NEJM
  86. Coronavirus (COVID-19) PSA for Startups
  87. There’s an Epidemic That’s a Bigger Threat Than the Coronavirus
  88. Cults and Conservatives Spread Coronavirus in South Korea
  89. You’re Likely to Get the Coronavirus


  1. These buildings combine affordable housing and vertical farming
  2. The world’s first 3D printed lab-grown rib-eye steak is unveiled
  3. Cultured meat has been approved for consumers for the first time


  1. Quantum network is step towards ultrasecure internet
  2. Quantum Mechanics, Free Will and the Game of Life
  3. Harnessing quantum properties to create single-molecule devices
  4. A New Theorem Maps Out the Limits of Quantum Physics
  5. China Stakes Its Claim to Quantum Supremacy
  6. Zapata raises $38 million for quantum machine learning
  7. IBM delivers highest quantum volume to date
  8. Quantum communication takes a major leap with satellite-based experiment
  9. Google launches TensorFlow for quantum computers
  10. Google launches TensorFlow for quantum computers
  11. White House unveils partnership to boost quantum science education
  12. Can a quantum strategy help bring down the house?
  13. Scientists Strengthen Spin-Orbit Qubits in Milestone Critical for Scale-Up of Quantum Computers
  14. Spotting Quantum Black Holes in the Lab
  15. New machine learning framework enables efficiencies in quantum information processing
  16. Quantum Experiments at Space Scale – Wikipedia
  17. China has developed the world’s first mobile quantum satellite station
  18. This Week in Tech: What on Earth Is a Quantum Computer?
  19. China Reports Progress in Ultra-Secure Satellite Transmission
  20. Quantum Computing Is Coming, Bit by Qubit
  21. Quantum Effects At 7/5nm And Beyond
  22. Honeywell ha costruito il computer quantistico più potente del mondo
  23. Nano-motor of just 16 atoms runs at the boundary of quantum physics
  24. A quantum memory that operates at telecom wavelengths
  26. The technical realities of functional quantum computers – is Google’s ten-year plan for Quantum Computing viable?
  27. Silq is a new high-level programming language for quantum computers – TechCrunch
  28. Here’s an exclusive look at the pitch deck used by Universal Quantum to raise $4.5 million to take on Google and build the 1-million qubit computer
  29. Microsoft joins $215M investment in photonic quantum computer startup PsiQuantum – SiliconANGLE
  30. Physicists Successfully Use ‘Hot’ Qubits to Overcome a Huge Quantum Computing Problem
  31. Hot qubits break one of the biggest constraints to practical quantum computers
  32. Inside the race to build the best quantum computer on Earth
  33. D-Wave launches Leap 2, the next version of its quantum cloud service – TechCrunch

Raising Money

  1. Why Raising Money From Family Offices Might Not Always Be The Best Option
  2. How To Raise Money From Family Offices! | LinkedIn


  1. Mentores: A practical guide for finding, engaging, and learning from mentors.
  2. Experimento: A practical product management framework
  3. Usuario: A practical framework for user research and testing
  4. Prioridad: A practical framework for product and feature prioritization
  5. Indicadores: performance indicators for online platforms (a template)
  6. Canales: A framework for identifying all client acquisition channels
  7. No, your startup doesn’t suck!
  8. Could crowdsourcing talent online create jobs? – Marketplace
  9. How we successfully launched Voice123 being part-time entrepreneurs
  10. Touched by an Angel
  11. What’s next for marketplace startups? Reinventing the $10 trillion service economy, that’s what.
  12. The Emergence Of The End-to-End Marketplace
  13. Opinion | Speaking While Female
  14. In Just 3 Words, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Taught a Brilliant Lesson in Leadership
  15. A Step-by-Step Guide to Tribal Leadership: Part 1: The Five Stages of Tribal Culture
  16. 9 Ways To Stay Scrappy In Business
  17. Being Scrappy, Lean And Successful: The Do’s &amp; Don’ts of Startup Spending
  18. Strike When The Iron Is Hot – AVC
  19. Self Confidence – AVC
  20. Research: The Average Age of a Successful Startup Founder Is 45
  21. Dunning–Kruger effect – Wikipedia
  22. Dissecting Virality—The Mathematical Formula – ReadWrite
  23. Experimentation & Measurement for Search Engine Optimization
  24. SaaS SEO Strategy Zapier Used to Reach $35M ARR
  25. Your Blog Is Not a Publication – Animalz
  26. Secret of Googlenomics: Data-Fueled Recipe Brews Profitability
  27. It’s Price Before Product. Period.
  28. How to protect your Machine Learning product from time, adversaries, and itself
  29. Algorithms Need Managers, Too
  30. Rahul Vohra Shares Superhuman’s Product Market Fit Framework
  31. Know Your Customers’ “Jobs to Be Done”
  32. Why Should Anyone Be Led by You?
  33. The high-return activity of raising others’ aspirations – Marginal REVOLUTION
  34. Trouble hiring senior engineers? It’s probably you – Hiring Engineers
  35. The Sad Truth About Developing Executives – Andreessen Horowitz
  36. Why Feelings of Guilt May Signal Leadership Potential
  37. 4 Things That Set Successful CEOs Apart
  38. Peacetime CEO/Wartime CEO – Andreessen Horowitz
  39. Steve Jobs On The Difference Between A Vice President And A Janitor
  40. Make Strategic Thinking Part of Your Job
  41. (115) Justine Musk’s answer to How can I be as great as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk or Sir Richard Branson? – Quora
  42. Elon Musk Uses This Ancient Critical-Thinking Strategy To Outsmart Everybody Else
  43. Why Product Market Fit Isn’t Enough — Brian Balfour
  44. The Jeff Bezos School of Long-Term Thinking

Quartz Virtual Conferences

  1. Covid-19 is forcing the world to reimagine virtual conferences
  2. How to set the stage for a professional teleconference
  3. Edward Snowden has mastered the art of teleconferencing
  4. The radical experimentation behind TED’s first virtual conference
  5. You don’t need to use Zoom for everything
  6. What the future of meetings will look like after coronavirus
  7. The new experimental landscape of virtual conferences

The New Yorker

  1. Peter Schjeldahl: Blinky Palermo at Bard and Dia.
  2. Peter Schjeldahl: Giovanni Bellini&#8217;s &#8220;St. Francis in the Desert,&#8221; at the Frick Collection.
  3. Peter Schjeldahl: Man of the Cloth
  4. Peter Schjeldahl: The artist&#8217;s beginnings.
  5. Philip Gourevitch: A team of young cyclists tries to outrun the past.
  6. Richard Brody: Marilyn Monroe&#8217;s &#8220;Let&#8217;s Make Love,&#8221; at BAM Cin&#233;matek.
  7. Richard McGuire: Sketchbook.
  8. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: &#8220;Aphrodisiac.&#8221;
  9. Sasha Frere-Jones: Ted Leo, at South Street Seaport.
  10. Stephen Dunn: &#8220;Reconstruction.&#8221;

The Economist

  1. China abroad: Welcome, bienvenue, willkommen
  2. Thailand’s election: Hands off the result
  3. Space exploration: The end of the Space Age
  4. Greece and the euro: The abuses of austerity
  5. Libya: Keep calm, keep going
  6. Letters: On the National Health Service, Tim Pawlenty, Sweden, liberals, Italy
  7. New fiction: Jungle formula
  8. New film: A Pirandellian thriller
  9. The dangers of the internet: Invisible sieve
  10. The city of Rome: Noisy and eternal

Give Me Something To Read

  1. Paw Paw & Lady Love
  2. Flacking for Big Pharma
  3. The Baddest Lawyer in the History of Jersey
  4. AIDS at 30: A Time Capsule
  5. The Secret History of Boeing’s Killer Drone
  6. Breathing Room
  7. How to become a scientist over and over again
  8. The Stigma
  9. Press X for Beer Bottle: On L.A. Noire
  10. Inside the murky world of Pete Doherty
  11. The Crash of 1993
  12. The National Oral History
  13. American Marvel
  14. How to Turn Republicans and Democrats Into Americans
  15. The Triumph of New Age Medicine
  16. The Secret History of Iraq’s Invisible War
  17. The Brain on Trial
  18. Death in the Pot
  19. The Story of the Story of O
  20. The Humpty-Dumpty Problem
  21. Polaroid’s SX-70: The Art and Science of the Nearly Impossible
  22. Telling War Stories
  23. The Kingdom and the Power of David Carr
  24. Preet Bharara Takes on Wall Street
  25. The Most Beautiful Game
  26. The Search for Cleopatra
  27. The Illusions of Psychiatry
  28. Feedback Loops Are Changing What People Do
  29. Anwar al-Awlaki: The Next Bin Laden
  30. U.S. and Pakistan: Afghan Strategies
  31. How to Land Your Kid in Therapy
  32. Inside ‘The Order,’ One Mormon Cult’s Secret Empire
  33. The Prince Who Blew Through Billions
  34. Online Dating: Sex, Love, and Loneliness
  35. When the Mob Ruled Hollywood
  36. Twisted ethics of an expert witness
  37. The Spam Factory’s Dirty Secret
  38. The Neverending Nightmare of Amanda Knox
  39. The Triple Agent
  40. The Art of the Deal
  41. Transocean: No Apologies Over Gulf Oil Spill
  42. Fall of the House of Busch
  43. Once Greece goes…
  44. Silvio Berlusconi’s Hedonism
  45. Doing Business in Argentina: A Constant Feeling of Crisis
  46. Death and Drugs in Colombia
  47. The Man Who Had HIV and Now Does Not
  48. True Enough
  49. In Which We Consider The Macabre Unpleasantness Of Roald Dahl
  50. Where Food Is God
  51. The Tragedy of Sarah Palin
  52. Thoughts on Flash


  1. Singularity: Kurzweil on 2045, When Humans, Machines Merge — Printout — TIME
  2. Protecting creativity: Copyright and wrong | The Economist
  3. The Economist, “Onwards and upwards:Why is the modern view of progress so impoverished?” December 17 2009
  4. Moral confusion in the name of “science” | Project Reason