Thoughts on: “Think Like a Freak” by Levitt & Dubner

📝 Experiments: “It fun! Once you embrace the world of experimentation the world becomes a sandbox in which to try new ideas, ask new questions and to challenge the current orthodoxies.” 👌🏻 —- 📝 “Don’t listen to what people say, watch what they do.” There is a gap between the incentives people say they careContinue reading “Thoughts on: “Think Like a Freak” by Levitt & Dubner”

The Bible of Fake News. Thoughts on “Trust me, I’m Lying”.

This book left me humbled. I thought I was on top of my media game and was able to separate the wheat from the chaff, so to speak. I was wrong. I knew the situation was bad, I even quit following “the news” 3 years ago because I thought it misrepresented reality to a largerContinue reading “The Bible of Fake News. Thoughts on “Trust me, I’m Lying”.”

Recovering from depression induced by “Superintelligence”.

“Superintelligence” was a great and valuable read but it left me depressed. There seems to be so many dangers with AI and just so much time for us to get a grip on the control problem before It arrives. To lift myself up I started to read “How to Live: or a life of Montaigne”Continue reading “Recovering from depression induced by “Superintelligence”.”