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Thomas Euler
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Working, thinking, writing, speaking on digital business, technology, decentralized systems. Munich, GER. www.thomaseuler.de
Working, thinking, writing, speaking on digital business, technology, decentralized systems. Munich, GER. www.thomaseuler.de

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Either our institutions start to experiment more or they risk falling prey to the future. It's a big challenge and we, the people, need to pitch in.


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Yesterday I published a piece about personality as a critical success factor for media companies in the future. I wrote a brief follow-up about theringer.com, Bill Simmons new website. In there, I describe why it has the potential to deliver in the world of internet media:

https://medium.com/@thomase/the-ringer-and-the-future-of-media-218c7821ee5e#.8d7fubmwr

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I launched a new podcast this week. Reason enough for me to write about the format itself. More precisely about what the recent success of podcasting can teach us about a structural change that's currently happening in the media industry: A shift in consumer preference away from media brands to personalities.

Btw: The piece was originally published in my newsletter Digital Thoughts to which you can subscribe here: www.thomaseuler.de/letter

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Facebook allows fake news to spread on its platform. Potentially it influenced the U.S. election’s outcome in doing so. That raises questions: What role does Facebook play in the news ecosystem? Is it systemically relevant? Too-big-to-fail even? An analytical look at the network’s influence on users, media and the public sphere.

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Today, we have a clear idea of what we are referring to when we talk about 'a company'. But several recent developments lead me to the assumption that future companies will look quiet different. 

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Twitter cuts 9% staff in order to get more appealing to potential suitors. Could the alternative model of turning Twitter into a co-op make actual sense for them? It might.

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In my new piece I explain the small/big dualism inherent to decentralized-but-networked systems. It's an important property as it does away with some of the disadvantages decentralized systems formerly suffered from.

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Das Konzept "Führung" muss neu gedacht werden. Mit fluiden Führungssystemen verändert sich, wie Organisationen strukturiert, und Entscheidungen getroffen werden. Zum Besseren. 

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Im neuen Digital Hills Podcast findet Ihr diesmal einen bunten Strauß an Themen. Zunächst beleuchten wir das Phänomen Pokémon Go, sprechen dann über das Organisationsmodell “Soziokratie” und erklären, was es mit der Artificial Stupidity auf sich hat.

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Everybody appears to be talking about artificial intelligence these days. But have you thought about Artificial Stupidity?

Against popular opinion, we needn't be afraid of Skynet-like super AIs trying to kill us all - at least not for the foreseeable future. HOWEVER, there is another kind of risk inherent to our use of AI right now. I call it Artificial Stupidity.

#ai #artificialintelligence #machinelearning #data #risk
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