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On April 7, in an opinion article for FT, “Today’s luxury is tomorrow’s normality”, Andrew McAfee quoted Hal Varian saying “A simple way to forecast the future, is to look at what rich people have today.” With a little help from Paul Krugman, the “Varian…
On April 7, in an opinion article for FT, "Today’s luxury is tomorrow’s normality", Andrew McAfee quoted Hal Varian saying “A simple way to forecast the future, is to look at what rich people have ...
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With unit cost falling as the number of components per circuit rises, by 1975 economics may dictate squeezing as many as 65 000 components on a single silicon chip. The future of integrated electronics is the future of electronics itself. The advantages…
With unit cost falling as the number of components per circuit rises, by 1975 economics may dictate squeezing as many as 65 000 components on a single silicon chip. The future of integrated electro...
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A Godel’s Incompleteness Theorem of Law

No matter how comprehensive the attempt to deal with every contingency, in the real world circumstances will arise that will break that ruleset.
No matter how comprehensive the attempt to deal with every contingency, in the real world circumstances will arise that will break that ruleset.
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Very interesting report by Pew Research Center on The Future of World Religions. The religious profile of the world is primarily driven by differences in fertility rates and the size of youth populations among the world’s major religions. By 2050, the…
Very interesting report by Pew Research Center on The Future of World Religions. The religious profile of the world is primarily driven by differences in fertility rates and the size of youth popul...
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Attention Decay in Science

Attention, measured by the number and lifetime of citations, is the main currency of the scientific community Along with other forms of recognition is the basis for promotions and the reputation of scientists. A new scientific study(1) concludes that,…
Attention, measured by the number and lifetime of citations, is the main currency of the scientific community Along with other forms of recognition is the basis for promotions and the reputation of...
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Francisco Jariego, director del área Industrial Internet of Things, nos habla sobre las tendencias actuales que podrían definir la ciudad del futuro
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At Cato Unbound, Alex Tabarrok and Tyler Cowen ask whether the age of asymmetric information is ending and what implications this have for markets and regulation. They acknowledge that the passing of most information asymmetries should be good in…
At Cato Unbound, Alex Tabarrok and Tyler Cowen ask whether the age of asymmetric information is ending and what implications this have for markets and regulation. They acknowledge that the passing ...
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Great story by @AustinCarr for Fast Company. It is the story of how Disney pushed a massive project to reinvent the experience at Disney parks, through a difficult and risky journey; a story involving corporate politics, personal feuds, and turf wars. It…
Great story by @AustinCarr for Fast Company. It is the story of how Disney pushed a massive project to reinvent the experience at Disney parks, through a difficult and risky journey; a story involv...
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This week, the Economist makes an interesting inroad into what they call “The paradox of soil”: Land, the centre of the pre-industrial economy, has returned as a constraint on growth. They refer to academic analyses implying that lifting all the barriers…
This week, the Economist makes an interesting inroad into what they call "The paradox of soil": Land, the centre of the pre-industrial economy, has returned as a constraint on growth. They refer to...
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If You Love Productivity, Set Your Workers Free

I came across this post and I immediately fell in love with Liz Ryan. Well, not exactly with Liz whom I do not know in person, but with her activity as CEO of Human Work Place. We need more people like Liz, shouting that the Emperor hasn’t got anything…
I came across this post and I immediately fell in love with Liz Ryan. Well, not exactly with Liz whom I do not know in person, but with her activity as CEO of Human Work Place. We need more people ...
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¡Me ha encantado! For president!
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There's An Uber for That

Hair Styling? Pet Sitting? Marijuana? There’s an Uber for That There’s Uber for planes, And Uber for jets, An Uber for pills And Uber for pets. There’s Uber for dogs, And Uber for cats. Need a hot stone massage? There’s an Uber for that. An Uber for…
Hair Styling? Pet Sitting? Marijuana? There's an Uber for That There’s Uber for planes, And Uber for jets, An Uber for pills And Uber for pets. There’s Uber for dogs, And Uber for cats. Need a hot ...
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Son, We Live In A World That Has Walls

We live in a world that has walls, and those walls have to be guarded by men with guns. Guards are everywhere in a capitalist economy, and productivity gains in guard labour might make wider wealth gaps sustainable.
We live in a world that has walls, and those walls have to be guarded by men with guns. Guards are everywhere in a capitalist economy, and productivity gains in guard labour might make wider wealth...
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In the last 10 minutes, Facebook made $149,400.
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From Apple to Google, watch as the internet giants accumulate (or lose) wealth in real-time in this interactive visualization.

In the last 30 seconds there were 1,565,880 Facebook likes.
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From tweets to likes, see how fast data is generated every second on the internet in this interactive visualization.

Click&Pizza, ejemplificando la internet de las cosas
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La semana pasada estuve en mi despacho con dos personas del proyecto Thinking Things de Telefonica I+D y dos del departamento de tecnología

The Global Innovation 1000: Proven Paths to Innovation Success
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Ten years of research reveal the best R&D strategies for the decade ahead.

Telefónica's Thinking Things Enable Users to Make Their Own IoT/M2M 'Thi...
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Telefonica's recent Thinking Things product offer has just made it possible for anyone to create an M2M/IoT connected 'thing' which 'reads'

Ebola's global reach
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Modelling the spread of Ebola using air-transport networks THE Ebola virus is not contagious through the air, but air travel has played its

Telefonica to deploy Fi-Ware in Valencia smart city project - MVNO Mobil...
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on 23 May 2014. Telefónica will deploy 350 sensors across Valencia and run its smart city project through its own internet of things platfor

The best is yet to come – FI-WARE for smart cities | Telefónica's digita...
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Thoughts from speakers at FI-WARE seminar held at the Spanish secretary of state

Usman Haque: 'Messiness will inevitably arise in spite of smart cities' ...
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No matter what attempts are made to impose order and predictability on cities of the near future, a messiness will inevitably arise

It's Official: Apple and Facebook Are Phone Companies Now
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About 100 percent of both firms' revenue growth in the last year is directly related to mobile.

The real Sim City: How over 15,000 sensors made Santander smart
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As urban environments are becoming more densely populated and more complex, cities face challenges in a number of different areas: congested

Peek Inside Tesla's Robotic Factory | Autopia | Wired.com
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Tesla Motors has kicked off production of the gorgeous Model S into overdrive, cranking out some 400 cars a week on one of the world’s most

This time is worse
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ON JANUARY 2nd Philadelphia was not only blanketed with four to six inches of snow, but five to six feet of economists. Almost 12,000 descen

Microsoft Now Sells T-Shirts That Claim Google’s Chrome Steals Your Data...
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Microsoft has started to sell t-shirts, hats, mugs, and sweatshirts that bear slogans from its Scroogled campaign that needles Google as bad

The Startup Accelerator Trend Is Finally Slowing Down | TechCrunch
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Starting a company has never been easy. Not having to worry about market research and resources can be the difference between getting off th

Private parts
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Privacy perceptions vary wildly by countryHOW personal is social-networking information? Or call records? As Twitter goes public on November

Big Data aplicado para el bien de los ciudadanos
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Algunos usos del Big Data en una de sus facetas más productivas: destinados a mejorar la calidad de vida y el bienestar de los ciudadanos

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