What is Geoeconomics: a Brief Introduction

http://www.youtube.com/watch This presentation introduces the meaning and applications of Geoeconomics, as the use of Economic Means by (nation-states and other international actors) to create national power and achieve geopolitical goals.The interactions between Geopolitics, Geeconomics and Geostrategy are also introduced.

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Cognitive Conditioning: Thinking Fast and Slow (Review)

http://www.youtube.com/watch Dr. Daniel Kahneman's 'Thinking Fast and Slow' (2011) is the culmination of Nobel Prize winning investigation/research into how the mind works. By using insights from the book, we can condition our mind to be faster, smarter and less prone to errors, while solidifying experience and wisdom. This presentation is a review of the basic … Continue reading Cognitive Conditioning: Thinking Fast and Slow (Review)

When Quantum Meets AI: Promises and Perils as Two of Our Future’s Most Powerful Technologies Begin to Collide | PROJECT Q

Image via GCN Part I of III Gabriella Skoff The game-changing role that quantum computing is set to play in machine learning is a topic of conversation shrouded in much hype. Theoretically, quantum computing could increase algorithmic capacity to crunch large datasets, enhancing the performance of deep learning and accelerating the progress of artificial intelligence… … Continue reading When Quantum Meets AI: Promises and Perils as Two of Our Future’s Most Powerful Technologies Begin to Collide | PROJECT Q

The U.S. Is Losing a Major Front to China in the New Cold War – Bloomberg

A swathe of the world is adopting China’s vision for a tightly controlled internet over the unfettered American approach, a stunning ideological coup for Beijing that would have been unthinkable less than a decade ago. — Read on http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-14/china-wins-allies-for-web-vision-in-ideological-battle-with-u-s

We Spoke to an MIT Computer Scientists About the Simulation Hypothesis | Digital Trends

The simulation hypothesis, which was famously probed in the 1999 film The Matrix, is the subject of a new book by Rizwan Virk, a computer scientist and video game developer who leads Play Labs at MIT. In his book, Virk endeavors to unpack the heady arguments that call our physical world into question. — Read … Continue reading We Spoke to an MIT Computer Scientists About the Simulation Hypothesis | Digital Trends