Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
- Michelle Mone brings a touch of the avant-garde to finance
- Conservative peer stakes her name on a crypto offering, just as the market crashes
- Crypto market put on notice — yet again
- ICO regulator anger translator
- Kodak makes last desperate bid for relevance with cryptocurrency
- Crypto cards just suffered a major setback
- Bank analyst very proud of his cryptocurrency mining rig
- Crypto startup wants to revive the non-dollar petrocurrency idea
- Crypto bust alert [siren]
- What ICO valuations tell us about the state of modern monopolies
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide To Cryptocurrencies
- This is nuts. When’s the crypto crash?
- Do crypto enthusiasts fear credit?
- What is tokenisation really?
- Trouble in ICO paradise
- An update on Harry Redknapp’s favourite cryptocurrency
- Congratulations on your sudden interest in cryptocurrencies, Harry Redknapp
- Crypto-Apple dealer attempts to avoid US regulators — updated
- Lol a FoHFs ICO, srsly
- The FCA’s belated views on the ICOmedy
Here’s a fun fact: The gender balance in Bitcoin is reportedly more skewed than the gold rush. The actual gold rush in the 1850s.
On macaque copyright law ;Krugman on “formerly true” ideas; Tabarrok suggests a Golden Age of Conservative Intellectuals; Shkreli as pied-piper; data as the monopolists tool; robots chat to each other on stage; ATM traps man/man traps himself inside ATM; humans decide to allow swords to be carried openly once more; Brookings Institution think tanker runs aground off Crimea coast; other stuff.
The bounty hunter of Wall St; summing up Noahpinion’s thoughts on macroeconomics; expiring vs long term knowledge; some Macron bond trades; a palladium short squeeze; some Indian macro stuff; AI timelines; other stuff.
Romer slaughters kittens; hedge fund got bananas bonanza of inside information; moar quants, less jocks; Moon Juice, Brain Dust and whatever other $ sucking innovation is being cooked up right now; teenagers everywhere don’t understand money; other stuff.
Millennial analysts rethinking Snap call; how A.I. pricing poses a challenge to antitrust law; Chinese political propaganda videos and WMP love; a history of the entire world (ish); Bayesian vampires; other stuff.
Being US president is surprisingly hard, says US president; Dalio gave a TED talk about radical transparency; trade and technology duke it out at CUNY; fun with central bank Calvinball; the race to build the world’s first sex robot; other stuff.
In a rebuttal to Bill Gates, Larry Summers argues robots are wealth creators which should not be taxed accordingly. He’s right. But only if the driving motivation for robot innovation is enhanced productivity. Not if it’s a Silicon Valley god complex.