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Greenberg on the same stage as Kurzweil, hah. H+ Summit: Rise of the Citizen-Scientist

Aug 12, 10 Greenberg on the same stage as Kurzweil, hah. H+ Summit: Rise of the Citizen-Scientist

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Foundation of trust – Everything I write is about trust, because everything we humans do, even if we do it with machines, in based on a foundation of trust. At the most basic level, we need to trust our data, our information, and our knowledge, and in a world filled with people who will say or do anything to get money or...

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Building a Services Market for the Transhuman Era

Aug 12, 10 Building a Services Market for the Transhuman Era

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Building a Services Market for the Transhuman Era Abstract of Tony Greenberg / Eric Pulier/ Alex Veytsel  June 12/13  at Harvard speaking at Humanity+ Building a Services Market for the Transhuman Era Innovation, including transhumanist innovation, is mostly the domain of private enterprise, which operates in one of a few market...

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Truth And Bias Are Mutually Exclusive?

Aug 12, 10 Truth And Bias Are Mutually Exclusive?

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Truth And Bias Are Mutually Exclusive? Overheard in my email box, by a journalist/media dude that chose to not be identified. How strange I thought, but it struck me as something I wanted you to hear.“I have found that truth and bias are often mutually exclusive. Can you cover global warming with a facade of no bias.ie treat...

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The Google/Verizon Walled Garden Plan: No Substantive Impact on Net Neutrality

Aug 10, 10 The Google/Verizon Walled Garden Plan: No Substantive Impact on Net Neutrality

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By Alex Veytsel and Tony Greenberg In the hubbub over the Google and Verizon new net neutrality plan, a couple of things stand out: 1) There is no actual deal, just a proposed compromise that no one actually likes 2) Everyone seems to be confused about the new, private Internet While more viable than its critics suppose, this...

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The Myth of the RFP for Everything at Half Price

Jul 21, 10 The Myth of the RFP for Everything at Half Price

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By Tony Greenberg and friends   POST YOURS HERE A long time ago in a business not so far away, a king sat considering his fate. The weather had been poor during the last growing season, the peasants were getting restless, and neighboring kingdoms were either disappearing into the abyss or raising invasion armies that he...

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Trust Your Tongue – The Only Wine and Spirit Critic That Matters Is You

Jul 03, 10 Trust Your Tongue – The Only Wine and Spirit Critic That Matters Is You

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For more information, go to www.trustyourtongue.com “Wine is bottled poetry.” – Robert Louis Stevenson What Matters? Have you ever had a really good wine? How about a really expensive one? How about a wine with really high ratings from famous wine critics? Were all three the same bottle of wine? Maybe that expensive...

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