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Healthcare Spending in the US - What is the Problem?
It's not news that healthcare is expensive. Here is a quick look into what is going on. Why this is going on is a different question that I'll come back to. I looked through World Bank WDI data ( link ) to visualize three spending areas that get significant...

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The Essence of Product Life Cycle (PLC)
Fig 1 - PLC Cheat Sheet The summary Here is a cheat-sheet for the major steps in a product life cycle (Fig 1). It covers four ideas: What are the phases in a life cycle? What is the top level goal of each phase? Who are the key actors? What are the actors t...

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Rogue AI and Human Ego
In a bout of good conversation with a friend, we ended up asking the question: How do you hold an artificial intelligence (AI) accountable for its actions?  "Punishment!" We said; but... How does one punish an AI? The same way one would punish a person: Tak...

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Why we Can't Kill Email - The Essence of Knowledge Work
I was thinking about Getting Things Done by David Allen and a course I had taken about Outlook best practices. The main idea behind both is this - Get it out of your brain by applying "The 4 Ds:" Do it now (in less than 2 minutes) Delegate it to someone els...

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Because THIS is the remote control car you wish you had as a kid.

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Great talk about what the role of the teacher is and why technology won't revolutionize learning.
hint: Learning is a social problem, not a technological problem.

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I have seen this before in other contexts, 3D printing and high precision machine control: when you can't solve the physical problem with physics, you might be able to hack it with software and a different control algorithm.

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What are you really doing when you're doing what you're doing?
I was re-reading Falling Upward by Richard Rohr and got to this quote: We all try to do what seems like the task that life first hands us: establishing an identity, a home, relationships, friends, community, security, and building a proper platform for our ...
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