What do I want? I want to be happy. Fair enough. To be happy I need things. Yet my ultimate purpose is to BE happy and not to HAVE things. So far so good.
To keep a constant speed we will have to sink enormous resources and some day, no matter what, it will stop. And every body else will be by that time much ahead on the road.
Media illiteracy isn’t a new problem, but it has today become in the form of digital media illiteracy too large of a problem. So large as to endanger the stability of our society as we know it.
on a dance of ruptured entropic life converging into an ultimate singularity.
approximately over two million people, a five percent of the whole country’s population, exercised or tried to exercise what they believe to be their right to express their opinion casting a vote in an illegal referendum
Each and every one of those who recently voted for the AfD—a populist party who became the third political power of Germany—feels in one or another way threatened.
We often find ourselves like canoeing down a river: rather following the stream, with but little drifts left or right.
The ultimate challenge for AI on the road is the complexity of the urban landscape, mostly of its dwellers.
The increasingly complex environment of today’s business life, together with the economical growth of the last years, has set the grounds for an unprecedented demand of middle managers in advanced countries. These have to be either recruited outside the corporation, with uncertain results and risk, grown inside (but it takes time), or in many cases picked up from the staff as being hopefully the least bad choice.
There was apparently not a problem for this solution. And demagoguery had a great time instead.