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Playing the Trump card in science 
Science just got "better"
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A piece of advice from a fellow German to our friends in the USA.
#beentheredonethat
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Worth a watch.

The points are not new - in fact, the movie makes the very point that we know the base facts for a good 50 years. But now is the time to act on it, as we have the technology to do so.

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The revolution in transport has begun and raises serious questions: will we allow to have personal transport dominated by few companies

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Great video showing the refugee crisis from the perspective of the mobile phone and why smartphones are important for refugees 

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Irrational decision making doesn't quite capture it
Regions with the biggest votes for Leave are also the most economically dependent on the EU

“Let’s all hold hands and jump off that cliff over there...“
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In case there are any doubts remaining on the Brexit question
#Bremain #UK #EUreferendum

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Right wing press leads the ranking about EU-linked lies. 
Es geht ums Essen. ;-)

Unsurprisingly, the Daily Mail spreads more EU-linked lies than anyone else. But it’s not just right-wing tabloids that are guilty. The Daily Telegraph also performs well on this measure, and even the BBC has had its wrist slapped on occasion. The issue that riles up all media outlets, it seems, is the suggestion that Brussels will meddle with good ol’ British food.

#Bremain  

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Founded by 2 cognitive scientist, Affective Signals is using AI tools to make us better people.
Technology never seizes to amaze me. Affective Signals, a small start-up from Berlin develops the technology to detect social signals in human interaction. The purpose of the technology is to provide actionable feedback on how one's behavior shapes the quality of interaction in a diverse range of fields and situations like negotiations, presentations, and healthcare consultations. Using such technology people can self-coach to improve in their social abilities.


Disclosure: I am advising Affective Signals on Marketing related questions

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Technology never ceases to amaze me. Affective Signals, a small start-up from Berlin develops the technology to detect social signals in human interaction. The purpose of the technology is to provide actionable feedback on how one's behavior shapes the quality of interaction in a diverse range of fields and situations like negotiations, presentations, and healthcare consultations. Using such technology people can self-coach to improve in their social abilities.


Disclosure: I am advising Affective Signals on Marketing related questions
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