The plague is killing cougars in Yellowstone.
A Spanish city cuts off the world and COVID-19. Best mayor anywhere.
How to plan your post-apocalypse pantry.
How an obscure legal scholar and part time "evolutionary economist's" grotesquely misinformed crank theories influenced the White House and will kill tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of people.
I can't remember the last time I read something so infuriating.
COVID-19, the end of American Exceptionalism, and the bankruptcy of the US system of governance.
The disinformation battlefield is shifting.
Loss of sense of smell in COVID-19 patients may indicate a neural path of infection and another possible reason for its lethality.
It's good to be a weirdo.
What life is like under lockdown in Wuhan. This is what it takes to stop heavy transmission. The United States isn't going to do this.
This isn't temporary. It's a new way of life.
AI is ... people.
A nice, thought-provoking piece from Jaron Lanier and Glen Weyl re data labeling as slavery/barter, AI more generally, personal data sovereignty, and AI as authoritarianism. With a dash of delegative democracy thrown in.
David Simon, Philip Roth, and HBO. Quite a combo.
Zero Hedge, Bulgaria, Russia, hmn...
That hitman you're thinking of hiring is probably a scammer.
Possibly the best single piece of advice for startups (and investors) I've ever read.
Is YouTube ushering in a cognitive apocalypse? Interesting article on promulgation of conspiracy theories and radicalization via algorithmic recommendations and efforts to stop it.
The father of Bayesian inference on the limitations of current approaches to machine learning and the coming of causal AI
The best application of AI yet
More problems for Boeing and the 737. This time it's raptors!
Head injuries spawn genius.
Tim Sweeny, CEO of Epic Games (i.e. Mr. Fortnite) talks about where the game industry should go.
The secret history of the CIA, BND, and Crypto AG, once the biggest cryptography company in the world.
AI in a nutshell