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The SEC's Big Cryptocurrency Speech: 5 Things to Know

An official from the Securities and Exchange Commission delivered a major speech on cryptocurrencies in San Francisco on Thursday. The speech comes …

India considers taxing cryptocurrencies instead of banning them

It appears that the government of India is not banning cryptocurrencies, instead contemplating taxing them.<p>The government is considering a proposal to lay an 18-percent Goods and Services Tax (GST) on the trading of the cryptocurrencies, Bloomberg reports.<p>The proposal is currently being evaluated …

Blockchain can lead to less greedy companies — seriously

A new wave of companies is coming which will view the sharing of revenue with their users as natural part of doing business. This vision is fixed in code, written down in smart contracts on a blockchain protocol. These contracts automatically secure and execute the vision, and the operation of the …

Everything created is predicted by nature: A new video explains the physics of flow

Going with the flow isn’t just the cool thing to do. According to a prominent theory of physics, it’s a rule of evolution that dictates the design of all things and ensures individual survival.<p>The Duke University professor responsible for this theory, Adrian Bejan, received the 2018 Franklin …

Physics

​Alibaba pilots blockchain supply chain initiative down under

Blackmores and Fonterra have joined the pilot that will see products shipped to China from Australia and New Zealand in first trial of Alibaba's …

Five industries that blockchains could—maybe—revolutionize - MIT Technology Review

Energy<p><b>Why you should buy in:</b> Energy trading is a byzantine process riddled with middlemen taking cuts (the name “Enron” may ring a bell). Making …

Blockchain

Palantir Knows Everything About You

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Theodor W. Adorno

The world’s biggest currency manipulators, in charts

The key to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign to “make America great again” lay in a simple strategy: Pillory the culprits making America un-great. Toward the top of Trump’s baddie list were currency manipulators. In particular, the “world champion” of currency manipulation,” as Trump called …

Exports

Blockchain and Bitcoin at Davos

Do world leaders and CEOs need to pay more attention to blockchain and cryptocurrencies?<p>Blockchain is a foundational technology that we see as having …

How network theory predicts the value of Bitcoin - MIT Technology Review

Philosophers, economists, and theorists have various ways to judge how money should be valued. Some have said that its worth lies in a high cost of …

Cryptocurrency

Spy Contractor’s Idea Helped Cambridge Analytica Harvest Facebook Data

As a start-up called Cambridge Analytica sought to harvest the Facebook data of tens of millions of Americans in summer 2014, the company received help from at least one employee at Palantir Technologies, a top Silicon Valley contractor to American spy agencies and the Pentagon.<p>It was a Palantir …

Walmart has acquired a virtual reality startup as part of its tech makeover

Spatialand joins Walmart’s tech incubator, Store No. 8.<p>Walmart has acquired a small virtual reality shop, called Spatialand, to be the centerpiece of VR efforts that the company hopes will someday transform the shopping experience across the company’s different websites and stores.<p>Spatialand makes …

Chinese Researchers Inject Cancer Patient with CRISPR Gene-Editing Cells

Cryptocurrencies are Necessary For Blockchains to Operate

Kim Dong-yeon, the Finance Minister of South Korea, firmly stated that cryptocurrencies as incentive systems are necessary for public blockchain …

A Chinese satellite just used quantum cryptography to make an unhackable video call between Beijing and Vienna

The feat marks another milestone for the satellite, officially called Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QESS)<p>The Chinese “Micius” satellite has …

Quantum Computing

The Amazing Ways Coca Cola Uses Artificial Intelligence And Big Data To Drive Success

The Coca Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company selling more than 500 brands of soft drink to customers in over 200 countries. Every single day the world consumes more that 1.9 billion servings of their drinks including brands like Coca Cola (including Diet and Zero) as well as Fanta, …

Coca-Cola

Smart cities are boring. Give us responsive cities.

Colin O’Donnell Contributor<p>Colin O’Donnell is the chief innovation officer of Intersection.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>With autonomous vehicles it’s not about the journey, it’s about the destination<br>• In the smart city race, we’re betting on transit<p>As an urban technologist, I’m often asked to give …

Change Management Is Becoming Increasingly Data-Driven. Companies Aren’t Ready

Data science is becoming a reality for change management, and although it may not have arrived yet, it is time for organizations to get ready. The companies best positioned to change in the next decade will be the ones that set themselves up well now, by collecting the right kind of data and …

Bologna Shows How a Business Cluster Can Stay Vibrant for Centuries

Today when we talk about business “clusters,” we’re usually talking about the technology industry in Silicon Valley, the financial sector in London or New York, or automakers in southern Germany.<p>But clusters go back much further than these examples. “Businesses have clustered into networks of …

How Blockchain Will Accelerate Business Performance and Power the Smart Economy

Political economist Francis Fukuyama predicted a future when social capital would be as important as physical capital, and that only those societies with a high degree of social trust would be able to create large-scale organizations capable of competing in the new economy.Two decades later, an …

Blockchain

How Businesses Are Reducing Their Energy Costs and Building Resilience

Business leaders have significant concerns about energy. A Harvard Business Review Analytic Services report, sponsored by Siemens in conjunction with a national series of seminars focused on energy innovation, found that approximately 90 percent of executives feel significant pressure to reduce …

Alternative Energy

Smarter Information, Smarter Consumers

Last year, the two of us helped organize a White House summit on information disclosure policy. The preparatory material we sent out before the summit to the more than 300 registrants from over 60 federal agencies started with two sentences of event reminders and then informed attendees that they …

The Rise of Behavioral Economics and Its Influence on Organizations

Richard Thaler, the University of Chicago professor who just won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, has inspired scholars across different disciplines and fundamentally changed the way we think about human behavior. He is considered the father of <i>behavioral economics</i> — a relatively new …

Behavioral Economics

How genetics undermines “scientific” arguments for racism

<b>(Getty/cosmin4000)</b><p>Our categories of so-called “race” are “scientifically absurd” — DNA and skin color are not that simply related<p>Adam Rutherford<p>October 18, 2017 8:59am (UTC)<p>The following essay is excerpted from “A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived: The Human Story Retold Through Our Genes,” …

Do Your Customers Actually Want a “Smart” Version of Your Product?

There’s been a gold rush happening in technology these last few years, focused on the Internet of Things, or IoT. It’s even frequently been referred to as “the next Industrial Revolution.” The stampede to connect anything and everything in the home to a mobile app – a stampede that I’d argue has …

Biased Algorithms Are Everywhere, and No One Seems to Care - MIT Technology Review

Opaque and potentially biased mathematical models are remaking our lives—and neither the companies responsible for developing them nor the government …

Artificial Intelligence

Why Startups Like Uber Stumble Over Problems They Could Have Avoided

News this week that Uber’s CEO was stepping down likely was not a surprise to those who have been following the company in the headlines.<p>In our work over many years, we have learned enough to know that you have to be on the inside of any company to have the full picture of what went wrong and how. …

A New Way to Think About Office Lighting

Most offices have adequate but aging lighting systems that often operate inefficiently, can waste vast amounts of energy, and annoy employees. Wasted electricity, excessive or uneven illumination, and difficulty concentrating are three top complaints of office workers. More significantly, …

How Facebook, fake news and friends are warping your memory

Strange things have been happening in the news lately. Already this year, members of US President Donald Trump's administration have alluded to a …

Psychology

First Quantum-Secured Blockchain Technology Tested in Moscow - MIT Technology Review

Interest in cryptocurrencies is currently at fever pitch with banks, businesses, and governments racing to understand the technology and how they can …

Blockchain