Monthly Archives: March 2018

Table of Disruptive Technologies & Innovation

Here, after what to me feels like an eternity, is my table of disruptive technologies, which is designed to make people think, at least periodically. If nothing else I’m sure it will be a catalyst for a few debates, not … Continue reading

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Information etiquette

From John Perry Barlow, “Digerati: Encounters with the Cyber Elite” 1996 “Things of an informational nature, should be regarded as are love or friendship. You would never claim to own your friendships. You would never regard them as property. An … Continue reading

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Self-Driving Bank Acounts (AI powered platform banking)

So, the future of banking. Or is it the future of banks? This is the question. Either way, it’s always dangerous to suggest a singular future, because in my experience events have a nasty habit of tripping up even the … Continue reading

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Spotted in Marrakech.

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Quote of the Week

“Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of … Continue reading

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Center for Humane Technology

Best thing I’ve come across in a while. Center for Humane Technology. (Thanks Kevin).

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