I just saw an interesting video on YouTube that helped me understand quantum computing – at least it is now easier to pretend I know :). Talia Gershorn from IBM explained Quantum Computing in a new and very powerful way. This post is actually a comment for Talia but I thought it might be interesting to see […]

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I was struct the other day when I looked at the ways how AlphaGO, the GO playing AI based computer is actually working. It immediately resonated with a thought that I had years ago about the human imperfection and its results. Now – GO is a game that is over 1,000 years old not really […]

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More and more people understand today, that our future is not accidentally happening but literally created by us and by the forces of our universe. If a large asteroid is destroying our planet before we found an emergency exit, that future is created by the forces of the universe or whatever we call it and […]

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“Please listen carefully to this menu as the menu has changed”. “Your call is important to us but please leave a voice message”. “If you need more information go to www – dot – whatever dot com…” Sound familiar? Customer engagement automation is the first impression when engaging with a business. The rest is history. […]

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I’m concerned. With a defense budget of $690 Billion, the US spends more money on defense and armor than China ($129B), India ($44B), Russia ($64B), UK ($57B), France ($58B), Germany ($43B), Korea… all together. That means that every US family is paying $6,200 per year to defend – what? In contrast, the US education budget […]

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I’d like to expand further on an earlier post about the three priorities of a well run democratic government: Education, Infrastructure and Law. I made a short statement about separation of state and capital. In recent year I saw quite some interesting posts about ‘separation between state and economics’ or ‘separation between state and economy’. […]

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