- The best technology fades into the background of our lives.
- Cryptocurries will do the same, becoming a new asset class for investors like stocks and bonds.
- Soon people will ask: "Do you have cryptocurrency in your investment porfolio?"
The plan to stop megacorps from owning superintelligence is already underway.
- A.I. technology is often developed within the proprietary silos of big tech companies. What if there was an open, decentralized hub for A.I. developers to share their creations? Enter SingularityNET.
- The many A.I.s in the network could compete with each other to provide services for users but they could also cooperate, giving way to an emergent-level mind: artificial general intelligence.
- SingularityNET is powered by blockchain technology, meaning whatever 'digital organism' emerges will not be owned or controlled by any one person, company or government.
Food is about to change.
- IBM's 2019 5 in 5 predicts major changes on the horizon.
- Food chain technology, from farmers' financing to desktop pathogen sensors, is about to explode.
- IBM and others have big ideas about reducing famine and food-borne illness.
The Canadian professor takes issue with blocking free speech, but is he part of the problem?
- Alongside Dave Rubin, Jordan Peterson left Patreon over "free speech" issues to launch their own platform.
- In the interim, Peterson is accepting bitcoin, which might hint at the "extra features" their platform will include.
- They point to anti-feminist Youtuber, Sargon of Akkad, as the impetus for leaving Patreon — ironic, considering how often Peterson points to identity politics as a problem.
The country's paperless system serves as a model to other nations.
- A new report from The Associated Press outlines Estonia's most recent advancements in its digital government.
- Estonia allows its citizens to vote, obtains medical data and register business documents online.
- Given security concerns and other complications, it remains unclear whether nations like the U.S. could implement similar systems.
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