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How Apple Built An iPhone Camera That Makes Everyone A Professional Photographer
This year's leap feels particularly meaningful. A number of early reviews of the iPhone 8 obsess over the camera — TechCrunch, for example, chose to review the phone exclusively as a camera. And there's a decent argument to be made that the enhancements to the camera systems in the 8 Plus and the X are some of the biggest upgrades in the new line.
apple  iphone  design  Innovation 
september 2017
Chatbots: an interview with Chris Messina, inventor of the hashtag
Are chatbots going mainstream in 2017? As designers, what are some of the challenges of designing conversational experiences?
bots  chatbots  interview 
september 2017
Mark Zuckerberg’s Political Awakening - Bloomberg
Mark Zuckerberg’s Fake News Problem Isn’t Going Away

Facebook has 2 billion users, record profits, vast influence, and big problems in Washington.

Inside Mark Zuckerberg's political awakening, which led to his current US tour and significant changes in Facebook features, especially Groups
facebook  politics 
september 2017
BBC - Capital - How the gig economy creates job insecurity
Workers of the future need to be ultra-flexible and dance nimbly to the tune of the new labour market. But this prescribed wisdom is problematic for four reasons, writes Pete Robertson.
work  futureofwork 
september 2017
BBC - Capital - The power of a ‘not-to-do’ list
Rather than setting goals you can achieve, look for mistakes you’d like to avoid.
Productivity  Management  performance 
september 2017
Robots: Is your job at risk? - Sep. 15, 2017
Almost 100 years ago, the U.S. horse population peaked at about 26 million. There's been, of course, a steady decline since then, thanks to the growth of machines -- most notably, cars.
robots  robotics  automation  artificialintelligence  work  futureofwork 
september 2017
What makes a truly great logo - Vox
How a simple mark ends up meaning something big
logos  branding  marketing  advertising 
september 2017
The Future Workforce Is Human to the Bot Power by The Growth Show
There’s the hype. Sure. But there’s also the hysteria. For most, bots are either the thing that’ll carry our companies into the future, or they’re a skip away from subjugating the entire human race. Today, we’re talking to Adelyn Zhou, CMO of TOPBOTS. She advises a wide range of companies on how they use AI and machine learning. She gives us her take on companies using these technologies successfully, how you can build a AI or machine learning team yourself (if you really need one), and what we can really expect from our robot overlords.
bots  chatbots  hubspot 
september 2017
The future of work
Which jobs will be obsolete in 20 years and which are likely to survive?
work  futureofwork  automation  economics  economist 
september 2017
Inside a Massive, Successful Effort to Stop Prescribing So Many Opioids – Mother Jones
One medical group has figured out a way to sidestep the dangerously addictive drugs.
drugs  medicine 
september 2017
The Blockchain Is the Internet of Money - WSJ
Silicon Valley visionary Balaji Srinivasan explains how bitcoin works and why he regards it as revolutionary.
blockchain  money  futureofmoney  wsj  cryptocurrencies 
september 2017
Is This Real Or Are We Living In A Simulation? - Digg
If we assume that super-advanced civilizations like to run simulations, then yes, chances are we are living a simulated reality.
philosophy  Computing 
september 2017
9 Ideas Shaping The Future Of Design, According To Ideo, Microsoft, Autodesk, MIT, And More
“Our profession is in between ‘utopia and oblivion.’ It will be oblivion if we continue focusing on minor aesthetic problems.”
future  design  politics  sociology  ideo  microsoft  mit  fastcodesign 
september 2017
Why is Elon Musk Connecting Brains to the Internet? - YouTube
Let's talk Brain Computer Interfaces. BCI's are the next step in human evolution, they are the inevitable upgrade we'll need after the age of smartphones. If done right, they can help us fulfill our wildest fantasies. We'll be able to learn anything, experience anything, and be anywhere in seconds. I'll discuss the philosophical, theoretical, and technical aspects behind the idea.
brain  Neuroscience  elonmusk 
september 2017
Ford is using Microsoft’s HoloLens to design cars in augmented reality - The Verge
Ford is using Microsoft's HoloLens headset to let designers quickly model out changes to cars, trucks, and SUVs in augmented reality. This allows designers to see the changes on top of an existing physical vehicle, instead of the traditional clay model approach to car design.
engineering  hololens  design  ford  augmentedreality  microsoft 
september 2017
Satya Nadella: The C In CEO Stands For Culture
In this exclusive excerpt from Satya Nadella’s book “Hit Refresh,” he reveals Microsoft’s mind-set for shifting from a know-it-all to a learn-it-all culture.
culture  microsoft  Leadership  FastCompany 
september 2017
Ev Williams Has Big Plans For Medium 3.0
The dust has settled since Medium’s most recent business pivot. Now, its founder is once again trying to explain what Medium is.
medium  BusinessModel  publishing  FastCompany 
september 2017
Two Simple Concepts for Thinking about the Future
Building a network and improving your imagination can expand the road ahead.
Creativity  Innovation  collaboration 
september 2017
P&G’s Innovation Culture
How we built a world-class organic growth engine by investing in people.
Innovation 
september 2017
A Goldilocks Approach to Innovation
The Power of Little Ideas – A Low-Risk, High-Reward Approach to #Innovation. @stratandbiz @tedkinni

Wharton professor David Robertson defines a “Third Way” of creating new products and services.
innovation 
september 2017
Responding to the rise of cryptocurrencies: How China is developing its own digital currency
China is rapidly developing a Renminbi (RMB) digital currency that promises to rival the proliferation of cryptocurrencies, turn China into a cashless society, and eventually give the authorities full control over financial transactions.
bitcoin  china  cryptocurrencies  blockchain  ethereum 
september 2017
Stop calling food addictive | Kima Cargill | Opinion | The Guardian
But our processed foods are full of highly engineered additives. Let’s call them drugs. And these really are addictive
obesity  food  health  guardian 
september 2017
We know where the next big earthquakes will happen — but not when - Vox
With Mexico digging out from two deadly earthquakes, here are eight things to know about these seismic events.
geology  earthquake 
september 2017
How Toys R Us Succumbed to Its Nasty Debt Problem | The New Yorker
The bankrupt chain is a cautionary tale of both retail and private equity.
retail  newyorker 
september 2017
Why the Mexico City Earthquake Shook Up Disaster Predictions - Scientific American
Tuesday’s deadly quake did not come from the place many geologists thought would unleash the next “big one”
geology  mexico  earthquake  sciam 
september 2017
Jake Paul and the awful power of social metrics | The Outline
The assumption that likes, retweets, or views indicate value reinforces old power structures in the industry.
socialmedia 
september 2017
We have no system to deal with escalating climate damages. It’s time to build one. - Vox
The devastation hurricanes have brought to Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico will only make it clearer still.
climate  environment 
september 2017
Google sets its sights on the iPhone with HTC deal - The Verge
Google is becoming Apple faster than Apple can become Google
Google  Apple 
september 2017
The future of news is humans talking to machines » Nieman Journalism Lab
That’s the argument of the BBC’s Trushar Barot, who believes voice AI is the biggest technology revolution that the news industry is missing — and that it’s not too late to do something about it.
journalism  voice  artificialintelligence 
september 2017
ArcelorMittal’s #Hack4Steel Hackaton – OneBonsai
Using AI and AR to improve ArcellorMittal's production process at a Hackaton
hackathon  artificialintelligence  augmentedreality  manufacturing 
september 2017
San Francisco Magazine | Modern Luxury | KD and the VCs: How Kevin Durant Became a Made Man in Silicon Valley
Last year, he placed the biggest bet of his life. It paid off spectacularly. Now the Warriors star and his business partner Rich Kleiman are looking to parlay those winnings into a tech jackpot.
nba  Basketball  siliconvalley  investing  startups 
september 2017
iPhone X and the Empire of Apple - The Atlantic
The company’s new iPhone and retail “town centers” presage a future of Apple as global infrastructure—one that may already have arrived.
Apple  Strategy  atlantic 
september 2017
Our Self-Flying Car Future – The Startup – Medium
Self-driving cars might be exciting, but not nearly as much as what
comes afterwards.
transportation  futureoftransportation  automation 
september 2017
When In-Person Conversation Is Better Than Texting - The Atlantic
“My position is not anti-technology, it’s pro-conversation,” asserts Sherry Turkle the director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self in a short interview at the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival. Turkle believes that technology is an important part of modern life, but also that people need time away from their phones to cultivate the best relationships with other people. She argues that there should be spaces in everyone’s home and life where there are no phones at all.
relationships  smartphones  sociology  Psychology  atlantic 
september 2017
How Air-Conditioning Invented the Modern World - The Atlantic
A new book by the economist Tim Harford on history’s greatest breakthroughs explains why barbed wire was a revolution, paper money was an accident, and HVACs were a productivity booster.
history  Technology  Innovation  atlantic  interview 
september 2017
The New Preschool Is Crushing Kids - The Atlantic
Today’s young children are working more, but they’re learning less.
education  futureofeducation  atlantic 
september 2017
This Little Girl Was Born With Her Heart Outside Of Her Chest. Watching Her Laugh Is Surreal. - Digg
Virsaviya has an extraordinarily rare condition called Pentalogy of Cantrell, which caused her heart to form outside her chest protected only by a layer of skin.
Health 
september 2017
There’s a war for your attention. And you’re probably losing it. - Vox
“You’re always being pulled away, and it’s getting worse every day.” —Tim Wu, author of Attention Merchants
attention  advertising  marketing  interview  media  socialmedia 
september 2017
Who Will Build the Health-Care Blockchain? - MIT Technology Review
Decentralized databases promise to revolutionize medical records, but not until the health-care industry buys in to the idea and gets to work.
healthcare  ethereum  blockchain  mit  techreview 
september 2017
Genetic Engineering Holds the Power to Save Humanity or Kill It - MIT Technology Review
The same technology that allows researchers to design viruses and vaccines for specific genetic targets also allows them to design organisms that can spread and kill.
genetics  biology  biotech  biotechnology  mit  techreview 
september 2017
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