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Tag: innovation
No, Bill Gates, We Don’t Need a Robot Tax

Of course not. Why slow innovation and the gains we will see as a society from this innovation? Yes some jobs will go away. But new ones will emerge. Likely in ways we can’t even conceptualize today. Also a key...

Competitive Capitalism at Work (PIC)

The chief reason we have witnessed miracles like the one below (and truly it is a miracle) is because unlike most industries tech has operated with minimal regulation and has remained highly competitive. In tech, success comes from out innovating...

The Dawn of Killer Robots (Full Length Video)

Tax funded terminators. Warfare is changing very quickly. It will influence policing and all sorts of other things also. Fundamentally robots are just tools, very sophisticated tools, but tools. The technology can be used for both good and bad. However,...

How a group of neighbors created their own Internet service

More of us need to think like this. Question what is assumed. Consider whether doing it ourselves we can do a better job. This applies to Internet service, food, entertainment, energy, all sorts of things. Notice that this network was...

FCC versus Your Health

Will the FCC under “Net neutrality” kill an important and promising area of innovation in medicine, “mobile medicine”? The FCC may not kill such innovation completely but it may slow it down, likely by a lot. This is a particular...

How People Outpace Politicians

(From FEE) Maybe there was a time when the political culture seemed to keep up with the pace of innovation. If so, those times are long gone. The rhetoric of electoral politics is exposing the great rift in civic life....

The Robots Are Coming

Get ready. The robotization of the workforce (and many other things) will rock the world on par with what happened with the Internet. Likely to an even greater extent, though the two technologies are closely tied of course. The coming...

Impoverishment: America’s New Normal

An excellent article from Jack Curtis at The American Thinker. America has stagnated. It isn’t dynamic. Government is thick and restrictive. Businesses are not being created at the rate they were in the past. 20% of households (according to the...

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