This year I spent a considerable amount of time researching Artificial Intelligence as it was one of the major hypes in technology (and will likely continue to be). I’ve written a few pieces on the issue and did several interviews/podcasts. What I consider most important, however, is the Artificial Stupidity problem, an argument I developed in a piece…… Continue reading The Artificial Stupidity Risk and the Strategy Machine
Hypothesis: Once the entities of a system are highly networked, the system lends itself to decentralization. At this stage, being decentralized is suddenly more efficient than a centralized structure. In case you are aware of studies or writing on this issue I’m highly interested (regardless of domain)!
When people leave a company, they often do so because they are looking for a new challenge. Certainly not all, but at least some of them set out to found their own company. Others might prefer that option but lack the capital to do so. In those cases, I assume the former employer would often…… Continue reading What to do with Corporate Alumni? Fund Their Companies.
The idea here is very simple. This blog is going to function as my public notebook. I’ll publish anything I don’t consider worthy of a proper piece on here. Mostly, that’s going to be outlines of ideas, rough sketches and incomplete thoughts as well as some commentary on things I found somewhere else. In doing so,…… Continue reading About the Rough Notes Blog