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Where is the productivity growth that we are not able to find? This is a question that economists have been asking themselves with increasing anxiety for thirty years now. Yet the answer might be dirty simple: just lost in the continuous distractions of…
Where is the productivity growth that we are not able to find? This is a question that economists have been asking themselves with increasing anxiety for thirty years now. Yet the answer might be d…
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Neither aging, lack of skills or resources pose a limitation when the gale of success is blowing at your back. Cecilia Giménez was in her 80s when she became a celebrity in August 2012. She was trying to restore a damaged “Ecce Homo” created by Spanish…
Neither aging, lack of skills or resources pose a limitation when the gale of success is blowing at your back. Cecilia Giménez was in her 80s when she became a celebrity in August 2012. She was try…
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You will find this again and again: a good idea implemented with deleterious consequences. Democracy is a good idea. A Brexit referendum is not. After the relatively unexpected—Leave—result, many voices have raised against a decision of such potential…
You will find this again and again: a good idea implemented with deleterious consequences. Democracy is a good idea. A Brexit referendum is not. After the relatively unexpected—Leave—result, many v…
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In an article for New Yorker, “The Mistrust of Science”, Atul Gawande argues that science is a social enterprise characterized by an intricate division of cognitive labor, and that, for all its flaws, it is perhaps the most powerful collective enterprise…
In an article for New Yorker, “The Mistrust of Science”, Atul Gawande argues that science is a social enterprise characterized by an intricate division of cognitive labor, and that, for…
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Would you like to walk inside your favourite picture? Maybe one of Gauguin’s impressionist landscapes, or Dali’s surrealist dreams, or maybe one of David Hockney’s pop art scenes. If you can’t yet, at least your digital memories can now be painted with…
Would you like to walk inside your favourite picture? Maybe one of Gauguin’s impressionist landscapes, or Dali’s surrealist dreams, or maybe one of David Hockney’s pop art scenes.…
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Over the years we have used different metaphors trying to explain human intelligence. Each metaphor reflected the most advanced thinking of the era that spawned it. Those metaphors are stories we tell to make sense of something we don’t actually…
Over the years we have used different metaphors trying to explain human intelligence. Each metaphor reflected the most advanced thinking of the era that spawned it. Those metaphors are stories we t…
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This month, a couple of new books elaborate on the nature of technology and our (in)capability to control it. Samuel Arbesman, a complexity scientist, thinks that our technologies have become hopelessly overcomplicated. For centuries, humans have been…
This month, a couple of new books elaborate on the nature of technology and our (in)capability to control it. Samuel Arbesman, a complexity scientist, thinks that our technologies have become hopel…
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Let me be clear: I love my country, Spain, but what a lost decade! Nothing new, just putting things in perspective…
Let me be clear: I love my country, Spain, but what a lost decade! Nothing new, just putting things in perspective…
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Looking to this chart, one would say that the vital signs of US economy are fading. This is not good, but what’s even worse is that economists have no idea of what’s wrong with the economy. Gregory Mankiw puts forward five possible theories here:…
Looking to this chart, one would say that the vital signs of US economy are fading. This is not good, but what’s even worse is that economists have no idea of what’s wrong with the economy. G…
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Industria 4.0. Con tecnología, ya no es necesario fabricar en China – 22 de junio – Valencia +PEAKS Business School @fomIoT
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La Industria 4.0., algo más que una moda El reto que tiene la industria en los próximos cinco años es dotar a las fábricas de un proceso productivo conectado, que permita obtener información detallada en tiempo real de cada uno de las etapas del proceso de fabricación, el consumo de energía y materias primas, la …
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This idea may be deceptively simple, but professor Lewis A. Lipsitz thinks that the real secret of youth is complexity. He invites us to embrace a new mantra: Complexity, complexity, complexity! Writing for Nautilus, Dr. Lewis explains how a growing body…
This idea may be deceptively simple, but professor Lewis A. Lipsitz thinks that the real secret of youth is complexity. He invites us to embrace a new mantra: Complexity, complexity, complexity! Wr…
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When Naoh watches how a boy makes fire with a stick and flint, his life is changed forever. Matches and lighters didn’t exist thousands of years ago, Greeks thought that Prometheus stole fire from the gods and gave it to humans, but more likely our…
When Naoh watches how a boy makes fire with a stick and flint, his life is changed forever. Matches and lighters didn’t exist thousands of years ago, Greeks thought that Prometheus stole fire…
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Publicar un libro en Amazon: La guía definitiva
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Publicar un libro en Amazon es más fácil de lo que crees, sobre todo si lees guías como esta. La más extensa y completa que se ha hecho hast

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

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