Extreme ownership and failure

Apr. 24, 2018 by

If the project is not successful, everyone is to “blame” because the capital good producer didn’t do her due diligence to ensure her goods would be used in a way that was beneficial to people and planet.

Can public pressure be an effective deterrent? Yes.

Apr. 17, 2018 by

  It’s curious to me when people say that the Copiosis Payer Organization will become corrupt if there are no regulations governing them. The reason I’m curious about such statements is evidence is all around us today supporting the belief

AI job loss 40 percent by 2030

Apr. 10, 2018 by

So there’s no stopping the train. Which means, to me that the future is going to press the human issue: How do we keep people gainfully productive and engaged in the social fabric of human societies?

Americans split on UBI

Apr. 3, 2018 by

A recent mail survey is drawing unsurprising conclusions about American’s willingness to fund a Universal Basic Income program for those who lose their jobs due to job-displacing Artificial Intelligence (AI). Note the distinction: According to the survey report, researchers did not ask

Sexual harassment and Copiosis

Sexual harassment and Copiosis

Apr. 3, 2018 by

Sexual harassment will probably be with us for as long as there are people. But that doesn’t mean it has to be this secret kept between abusers and the abused. Sexual harassment can be used as a tool for good: one that causes abusers and the abused alike to get help, thus making humanity that much better. 

Solving Facebook, big data and net neutrality

Mar. 27, 2018 by

People are once again up in arms. Now it’s about Cambridge Analytics and their relationships with social networking giant Facebook and the ultra-right wing party members who have turned to big data as psi-weapon in what they see as a

 

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