What’s interesting this week? #12

Medical device creates temporary ‘second skin’ to treat wounds A ‘privacy-focused’ Facebook would kill Zuckerberg’s business model Google brings its Duplex AI restaurant booking assistant to 43 states The A.I. Diet Here’s how we can break up Big Tech These Cameras Can Spot Shoplifters Even Before They Steal

What’s interesting this week? #11

10 Breakthrough Technologies 2019 Self-charging socks could track your exercise and power wearable tech This Hotel Has Rooms That Clean Themselves Facebook and Telegram Are Hoping to Succeed Where Bitcoin Failed Algorithmic Justice Could Clear 250,000 Convictions in California 3 simple habits that can protect your brain from cognitive decline How to Read 80ish Books […]

What’s interesting this week? #10

Sweden: How to Live in the World’s First Cashless Society AI Is Rapidly Augmenting Healthcare and Longevity China Will Likely Corner the 5G Market—and the US Has No Plan Emotional Intelligence: The Social Skills You Weren’t Taught in School Emoji are showing up in court cases exponentially, and courts aren’t prepared The Pediatric AI That […]

What’s interesting this week? #9

Neuroscience Is Going to Change How Businesses Understand Their Customers Why data, not privacy, is the real danger AR Will Spark the Next Big Tech Platform—Call It Mirrorworld How can you prepare for the future of work? The answer is not “learn to code.” New Study Suggests You Can Learn While You Sleep 70% of […]

What’s interesting this week? #8

Bottom-Up: The Next Wave in B2B Software Ex-Cons Create ‘Instagram for Prisons,’ and Wardens Are Fine With That How DTC brands see the purpose of stores The Weird Strategy Dr. Seuss Used to Create His Greatest Work Compounding Knowledge Brick by Lego brick, teen builds his own prosthetic arm The Rise of the Robot Reporter […]

What’s interesting this week? #7

Netflix flexes An egg has overtaken Kylie Jenner as most-likes Instagram post ever Getting ahead by being inefficient The art of decision-making How a Vermont social network became a model for online communities Why’s Facebook’s banned “research” app was so invasive Amazon forced to pull products in India as new rules bite Jennifer Buscemi is […]

What’s interesting this week? #6

We Now Have A Video Of Xiaomi’s Foldable Phone Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It’s Building a Big Ad Business From It. After 25 years studying innovation, here is what I have learned Why are glasses so expensive? The eyewear industry prefers to keep that blurry Edited Film Footage from 1890’s Paris Explores Some […]

What’s interesting this week? #5

Why I Didn’t Answer Your Email The French Burglar Who Pulled Off His Generation’s Biggest Art Heist The most powerful person in Silicon Valley Fortnite’s Digital Goods Are Key to the Future of Global Trade 2 founders are not always better than 1 Amazon’s new ad strategy: Free samples based on what it knows about […]

What’s interesting this week? #4

How to Do Great Things Gradually, Then Suddenly I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone How an emerging African megacity cut commutes by two hours a day The Norwegian art of the packed lunch The Painful Price of Becoming Jackie Chan Coolest things I learned in 2018 Pain Plus Reflection Equals […]