Recommended reading

Here is a small sample of the essays, papers, reports, etc. we’ve learned the most from this week:

  1. Derek Parfit’s last paper (via the Journal of Philosophy & Public Affairs)
  2. The seven deadly sins of AI predictions (Joost Swarte, via MIT Technology Review)
  3. Why fake islands might be a real boon for science (Emma Marris, via Nature)
  4. When the revolution came for Amy Cuddy (Susan Dominus, via NY Times Magazine)
  5. Blade Runner timeline (Jon Miller, via Movie Pilot)

Credit: Felix Tindall (@FT_in_NZ)

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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