28/9/2022

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Carl Sagan on Man-made Climate Change (1990)

  • Netflix plans to open a new game studio in Helsinki built from scratch” and led by ex-Zynga Vice President and General Manager Marko Lastikka (Cheri Faulkner/NME) https://t.co/Gk9tgrFiF9

  • Physicists rewrite a quantum rule that clashes with our universe https://t.co/yN5kc6lANh

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27/9/2022

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Joy and jubilation as Nasa crashes spacecraft into an asteroid in planetary defence test’

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24/9/2022

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Aerial view of the Amazon River in Brazil (© Curioso.Photography/Shutterstock) (Source: Bing)

  • There’s New Proof Crispr Can Edit Genes Inside Human Bodies https://bit.ly/3R5m6ii
  • Alphabet’s DeepMind unveils Sparrow, an AI chatbot that uses a reinforcement learning algorithm plus human feedback and searches Google to support its claims (Melissa Heikkilä/MIT Technology Review) https://bit.ly/3R1XFlz
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22/9/2022

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The aspen canopy along the Last Dollar Road near Telluride, Colorado (© Grant Ordelheide/Tandem Stills + Motion) (Source: Bing)

Herbert A. Simon (Source: WikiMedia)Herbert A. Simon (Source: WikiMedia)

In an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else: a scarcity of whatever information consumes. What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it.”
Herbert A. Simon (1971)

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21/9/2022

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Peace Doves’ by artist Peter Walker in Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool, England (© PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images) (Source: Bing)

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