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Society Vs. AI
Quality is in the eyes of the beholder. Using clickbait isn’t gaming the system; it is the system. It is not rigging the system. The system is already rigged and it’s rigged with a specific goal.
Facebook: Context For The Future
On one hand, people are pressuring all social media platforms to censor hate speech, bullying, and even coded messages in comments. On the other hand, there is no tolerance for the "test, fail, learn" methodology followed by all tech companies.
Please Stop The Buzzword BS
I’ve been at SXSW (one of my favorite annual gatherings) for about 24 hours and my head is about to explode. While there are incredible experiences to be had here and there is some amazing tech on display, Buzzword BS is at record levels.
Alternatives To Facebook
Whether or not Facebook deserves the scrutiny it is under is a great topic for another article. Today, I look at alternatives. If you don’t like Facebook, what might work for you? Is it time for the reemergence of focused social networks?
Can YouTube Ever Be Brand Safe?
If you ask the wrong question, you get the wrong answer. Asked as, “Can YouTube ever be brand safe?” the answer is no. There is no possible way to make YouTube, or any site that relies so heavily on user-generated content (UGC), 100% brand safe.
Does 5G Cause Cancer?
The warning about cellphones from the WHO is best paraphrased as “Don’t use your cellphone as a pillow." That said, cancer is serious business, and this topic is more than worthy of exploration.
Context For The Future
America has chosen an unfortunate decade to make it cool to be stupid. Submarining the Amazon HQ in NYC is the latest example.
AI Won’t Take Your Job, People Will
AI, specifically “augmented intelligence,” is going to have both an awesome and an unfortunate impact on our posterity.
When It Comes To The Internet Of Things (Iot), Small Things Make A Big Impact
Recent studies predict that by 2025 there may be as many as 100 billion IoT devices deployed worldwide. That’s roughly 14 connected devices or sensors for every person on Earth.
Chinese Tech At CES: An Alternative POV
Much has been written about China’s diminished presence at CES 2019. Add in the CFIUS (the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States) reforms and the China-vs.-US trade war, and it’s easy to adopt a bearish attitude toward Chinese tech
CES 2019 – What I’m Expecting To See
The largest trade show in North America, CES, starts this week. Every year, CES functions as a highly reliable crystal ball. It allows you to see into the future.
Thomas Jefferson’s Thoughts On Big Government And Big Tech
We live in the age of exponentiation. Everything is evolving at an almost unimaginable speed. New tools, techniques, iterations, breakthroughs, and game-changing discoveries happen almost daily.
HH The Dawn Of A New Big Tech Regulatory Era?
I recently had a Socratic discussion about the influence of the big technology platforms and other emerging technologies on our lives and the need for responsible innovation.
The Video Divide: 4K Haves And Have Nots
Regular TV viewers - including cable TV - are simply out of luck.
Updates Regarding Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer, Meng Wanzhou, Arrest
Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on behalf of the U.S. last weekend. The actual charges won't be known until later today.
NYC Passes Minimum Pay Wage For Uber And Lyft Drivers
NYC ruled that App-based contract drivers will receive $17.22 per hour going forward. Should there be a minimum wage for app-based drivers? Aren't they basically piece workers? The system should self-regulate
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