What happens when racists get back their genetic ancestry test results? A scientific analysis of their reactions: https://t.co/Z50eWFhhr0
I know you may be getting tired of these, but you can now buy "user-friendly" drone wielding machine guns.
Ogmabox put together a gift box of the 8 books that changed my life. Might work on others. https://t.co/eLS4HrAuns
@chrismichel Awww. You made my day.
Tips from @bradtem who has seen 5 total eclipses already.
Apply the style of portrait A to portrait B. Genius method eventually in consumer software. https://t.co/tyrxvY34Yj
RT @tomperriello: Scariest image today was not of nazi salutes but of KKK in their new robes - full camo and long guns to appear like the N…
I also backed these guys from Croatia. You don't often see this degree of high-quality mad productive creation.… https://t.co/dTt5iX1ZBS
We are now posting video reviews of @cool_tools. Short, sweet raves of uncommonly good tools. https://t.co/SSERPszgvU
I learned more about AI in China from great interview by @jessiwrites than my time in China. China could lead world. https://t.co/zpkemQLWHr
New idea: companies are obliged to maximize stockholder welfare instead of stockholder value. Argument for: https://t.co/zuvFMq8CEd
I did not see this coming: Hacking gene sequencers by inserting malware in DNA.
I enjoyed an Impossible Burger made from plants. But plant food contains ingredients untested for safety by science. https://t.co/3CxzFIQfQl
The next billion to come online may not type. Great article on low-bandwidth connection in the rest of the world.
@jason_pontin Surely it must be agriculture. Seems simple.
Mushroom arrangements. https://t.co/rwU85f213A via @colossal
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@markoff Yes, Hvper is a safe way to drink from the firehose when you can't ignore it.
This captures the mood of the US. https://t.co/CwANGFDxFy
Productivity tip: forget Twitter, TV news, newspapers, magazines. Just visit https://t.co/MsplXl0cJm once a day. The internet in one page.
RT @sapinker: US media: 39K famine deaths = 1 volcano death. 91 Pacific deaths = 1 European death. Our World in Data @maxcroser https://t.c…
RT @stewartbrand: The 'vein maps' maps that reveal the world's rivers https://t.co/ySyCmlUx41 https://t.co/J7GuUdsMzF
.@donttrythis Adam, how's this for knolling? I spotted these arrangements in the hardware marketplace in Dushanbe,… https://t.co/qGPxECVanL
Very few give as consistently good an interview as @GreatDismal Bill Gibson. He rarely repeats himself. https://t.co/CTsTCD5Hkp
.@patrickc says, “We are drawn by places that the rest of the world tends to underestimate.” Best business strategy. https://t.co/um67bnKoHE
46% of home care workers depend on Medicaid. So do the nursing homes. "The poor are taking care of the poor." https://t.co/xt3Zewigia
Measuring progress in AI is very hard to do. @EFF has aggregated all known quantifiable metrics of AI progress. https://t.co/5ZRf32lDKR
I bet we'll require human-like AI agents to identify themselves as robots. They'll say it fast. https://t.co/gVphoHMpSx
Counterintuitive, but the new jobs for humans born after AI arrival will most likely be high in emotional work. https://t.co/c0bnaDVJdY
@craigmod Black background yellow text for my distinctive touch.
RT @JamesGleick: Useful infographic.
RT @jwangARK: 1953 – Discover human source code
2000 – Read human source code
2017 – Edit human source code
RT @nraford: “If video games have taught me anything, this guy is selling rare items that I’ll need later in my quest” (https://t.co/IQSVw4…
"Managers won't be replaced by AI, but managers who won't work with AI will be replaced by managers who will." - @erikbryn Erik Brynjolfsson
Twice a week we give you quick 1.5 minute reviews of a handy cool tool on our new YouTube Cool Tools channel. https://t.co/9j5R0OrAwA
Yes internet! Japanese who collect Amazon boxes. Because.
This short article "Welcome to the Experience Economy" written in 1998 is more relevant and useful now than before. https://t.co/xa9rg9Cy3H
@chr1sa @josephflaherty @smc90 My first was Dec 1995. Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Good book. https://t.co/d2yN5FrSSv
There will be more of this in the global future: diseconomies of scale. Too big to deliver. https://t.co/qVjtQTtalG
@joshu Don't worry about anthropomorphism — at least that is what my computer keeps telling me.
@joshu Binary is a language (as commonly used) and we humans find it hard to understand. The AIs evolve similar sym… https://t.co/OwwyAcfZ4B
Who is surprised? AIs invent their own languages. Just the beginning...
@azeem Good one. Worth reading.
Some stores in the future will stock only samples you scan; items will be shipped to your home immediately. https://t.co/Od0OlY26VR
My take on the future of VR and AR. Recorded in 45-min video by the @testedcom guys last week. https://t.co/cDkLQ2DLLU
RT @HarishSub: The Past, Present, and Future of VR/AR https://t.co/U1gQBGJOrg via @testedcom. Great stuff from @kevin2kelly
@BenedictEvans Agree 100%.
Temporary project-based companies, like those making most Hollywood films, now have a name in tech biz: Flash orgs. https://t.co/BD0S9Wd52A
Steve Jobs was late. About 3 million other people saw Xerox Park graphical interface before he did. But he acted. https://t.co/97cNx4CDhC
@fmanjoo Is it even possible to be born with a Google unique name anymore?
@fmanjoo I agree! In fact there are too many people named Kevin Kelly. https://t.co/mVqOJqW5Sq
The end of videos as the evidence of anything.
Here is an example of someone purchasing cheap commodity AI from Google to make a machine that sorts bulk Legos. https://t.co/ue7hnP7WY1
Why you should believe in God. I agree with @DouthatNYT 65% and @tylercowen 35%. https://t.co/8XJueccTCA
@joshu @chr1sa @amcafee Explaining is a continuum, not binary. If a complex system can reveal even part of its reasoning, that is useful.
@chr1sa @joshu @amcafee Explaining can be useful, even to the AIs, therefore we'll engineer it in. AIs will eventua… https://t.co/SjoZMvSQtJ
That was fast. Machine gun drones are here! https://t.co/ATBOQaS49l
RT @ppedrazzi: "Progress is propelled by problems." - @kevin2kelly via @SamHarrisOrg
Insightful article whether to send messages to ET. Great writing by @stevenbjohnson and great ideas by @DavidBrin. https://t.co/ErTrVx7y7z
Sam Harris interviews me about the likelihood (or not) of superhuman intelligence taking over, and I push back. https://t.co/lRHITYLt3A
RT @WhitneyZim: @SamHarrisOrg interviews @kevin2kelly and it's incredible as expected. https://t.co/W85L785z7Y via @pocketcasts
On @SamHarrisOrg podcast, Sam Harris and I discuss the mental landscape of possible minds, natural and artificial. https://t.co/lRHITYLt3A
RT @richardreeze: Holy moly. Didn't think @SamHarrisOrg 's podcast could get any better. But this conversation with @kevin2kelly proved me…
RT @SamHarrisOrg: Kevin Kelly and I speak about AI, artificial consciousness, and more:
"Landscapes of Mind"
@dihope7 Really enjoyed the soundscapes of Shanghai. Brings back memories....
@ckraus501 @SamHarrisOrg @WIRED I think the article is brilliant! :-)
RT @singularitybros: Epi 97!
1 day he’s in Uzbekistan, the next he’s on our podcast. There’s no predicting the inimitable @kevin2kelly.
The amazing Tim Ferriss @tferriss and I discuss his 4 favorite tools while crossing a mountain pass in Uzbekistan. https://t.co/9KYGsgUbVb
@doctorow @StevenLevy @bruces Bruce Sterilng @bruces sold me on Cory's Walkaway. Looking forward to it. Bruce should review more!
RT @tferriss: Interview of Kevin Kelly, Co-Founder of WIRED, Polymath, Most Interesting Man In The World? https://t.co/TQOgby58G5 https://t…
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RT @tferriss: The Most Interesting Man in the World is Back https://t.co/xOTYEM39bk
@cmirabile Lego bricks patent expired in 2011 so generic bricks are okay.
I made it to the discount book table at Costco! Right next to Stephen King. I'll take that as a compliment. https://t.co/dsp82stSFt
Where have all the IPOs gone? Insightful answers from @a16z.
@nancipelosi @SamHarrisOrg Here is my talk on the next 1,000 years of Christianity. Transcript: https://t.co/dYBeDM38Oj
Fantastic article describing how Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods illuminates Amazon's long-term biz model. https://t.co/1RE7TyGCXQ
@MartinDurieux It was wonderful being in Paris and meeting the new generation like yourself.
RT @joshgans: Some holiday reading by my 12 year old. @kevin2kelly https://t.co/53ZTPN114F
Art by AI. https://t.co/XhOF0zUlM4
@janchip Dushanbe north to Obeyk border crossing into Uzbekistan. Side trips to the lakes and Khujand.
@janchip Not the Pamirs. Only in the west.
@sangamnapit I sure did; https://t.co/WMkbOSzBHu
I had the Tajikistan experience, and why not? A Central Asian former USSR that is now very welcoming to visitors. https://t.co/SF0fLDMuSx
It's everybody's favorite vacation getaway: Uzbekistan! I thought it was remote; it's at the center of the world. https://t.co/ofMwZf5LqB
Who can be great without a jacket full of military medals? I've started my collection of cheap vintage Soviet medal… https://t.co/tJtpuA9jBx
Wonderfully strange cybernetic-themed tarot cards. which includes one for the Merry Pranksters, the Whole Earth Cat… https://t.co/quGiVks8og
Tomorrow, cheaper paperback edition of The Inevitable is available.
@chr1sa 2010 limit: Perception only
This is true and important insight: https://t.co/d1NLD8XO0j
RT @jburnmurdoch: Fascinating to learn about the reappearance of China's missing girls, who show up in the census years -- sometimes decade…
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Radio listeners, my interview on Freakonomics will be broadcast this week on local stations. https://t.co/KfvZ5j5Y3u
Bay Area has a giant pristine area with lakes and redwoods owned by San Francisco but closed to the public. Open it. https://t.co/2E1msD7JGJ
The film I've seen most times, will see again tonight. 20th anniversary of The Fifth Element. Perfect on so many le… https://t.co/NQ53M8KY85
I'm a long and early fan of @Sonos but they got to get their Alexa going. Like @bfeld says, they may wait too late. https://t.co/v4xyXmS7CV
Want to learn how to program AI? This guy has ranked all online machine learning classes and tells you the best 3. https://t.co/nX2bc48790
RT @EricTopol: These days, everything seems to be going deep https://t.co/SFrf1O00wl
At 30:00 minute mark Bezos says why he is investing "his lottery winnings" from Amazon into space for the long now.