The future is gatekeepers

There’s a lot of talk about information flows today. Big data. Filter bubbles. And just in genereal – too much information. Too much to the extent that convenience trumps quality. Paying a given amount of money each month to gain a lot of “good enough content” is generally looked upon as the new normal. One…

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You’ll never get it if you don’t slow down

“You’ll never get it if you don’t slow down my friend.” That sentence marks the beginning of a very memorable passage in one of my favorite movies. The movie is called ‘Smoke’ and was released in 1995. It’s a slow movie, but not insanely slow. It never seizes to be interesting and there’s a lot…

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Future implementations of AR

Introduction Time not spent studying, working, having a blast or doing anything concrete at all, do most of the time look basically like this for me: I like to think, and I think a lot. Most of the time I find myself coming up with pretty cool things just thinking, I don’t need to read…

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Artifact over human

When you look around the internet it’s not an uncommon sight to see a couple of articles here and there highlighting the future problem of AI replacing humans in one field after another. To date we have seen some attempts in healthcare, most prominently in Japan where the Pepper Robot are taking care of elders…

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