The OfficeLuv product team selects a weekly topics for discussion. Each member can bring a video, article, presentation, website, or some such thing to the group. We then vote on one to discuss the following week. Here are the ones we've chosen.
In which we discuss the Nodel Prize awarded to researchers of circadian rythyms.
In which we discuss how, exactly, startup equity and venture capital operates (as viewed by a VC) and what employees should know about their equity (as viewed by an employee).
In which we discuss the current outlook of the rising Bitcoin valuation and the history of cryptocurrency attacks like The Dao Attack.
In which we discuss the probability of algorithms taking over the jobs of medical doctors and whether experts can even follow their own rules/advice.
Said at the close of this discussion:
These talks are making me smarter.
There is a relevant ATP podcast episode: You can’t outlaw math (begins around 26:00).
A fantastic story and account of how data from connected CloudPets teddy bears was leaked and ransomed, exposing kids’ voice messages.
Do technology builders have a responsibility to provide deniability under duress or protection for users?
Jenn Schiffer speaks at XOXO 2016 about creating tech satire as a woman and member of the tech community.
Bret Victor’s semi-satirical The Future of Programming.
Bret Victor is an interesting dude. Here’s his personal site if you’re interested in more thoughts of his.
Tesla crash investigation yields data of 40% reduction in crashes since using autonomous driving on the highway.
Nissan bets on using remote humans to control autonomous driving in sticky situations.
The moral machine, recording data on human moral decisions.
Superintelligence: The Idea That Eats Smart People - Maciej Ceglowski