running through walls
“… People are waking up and swimming to the surface through layers of deception. They’re returning to themselves. They’re recognizing group-ism for what it is: a meltdown into self-sabotage. The artifact is the collective. The self is real. Power, choice, and freedom never go away. They may hide, but they can be resurrected. Then the whole fake game crumbles.”
Posted by Michele Kearney at 11:22 AM
A useful overview of artificial intelligence.
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By Georgios Petropoulos, a resident fellow at Brugel with extensive research experience from among other things, holding visiting positions at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Banque de France in Paris and the research department of Hewlett-Packard in Palo Alto. Originally published at Bruegel
As new technologies yield humans with much longer battery lives, killer apps and godlike superpowers, within the next six decades, if Harari is right, even the finest human specimens of 2017 will in hindsight seem like flip phones.
Market Watch | 08 April 017
‘For the first time in history it will be possible to translate economic inequality into biological inequality.’
Daniel Siegel, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA, speaks on
“Interpersonal Connection, Self-Awareness and Well-Being: The Art and Science of Integration in the Promotion of Health”
I find it bewildering that a brilliant mind like Dr Siegel is sharing scientific information that has such transformative implications for health and well being is speaking to an audience where a large percentage of members are multi-tasking on their laptops instead of paying focused attention.
The Feynmann Technique
Feynmann on curiosity
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership — starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?”
His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers …
Includes 17 minute TED video.
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