When we create economic systems that make lots of money doing things with ambiguity that needs addressing, the ambiguity always goes away.
Like a boy raised on a farm visiting a town for the first time, things are not as they appear. But instead of encountering such systems once in a month, technology enables us to encounter a hundred separate systems in the hour before breakfast
After decades of promises, AI has finally leveled up. What does that mean for us?
We make a categorical error when talking about how modern technology interacts with society. Until we understand the problem, we'll never make progress towards a solution.
When books collide
No matter what kind of organization you have or want, management doesn't go away. It's something to do and it's a skill and talent that some folks have to develop so that everybody overall can do better. How do you classify those skills?