Category Archives: Predictions 2016

This time will be different

… If only for the following reason(s): So far, Technology has been developed by humans, willy-nilly mostly as also fitting in the Selfish Memes sort of way (including Blackmore’s Meme Machine), to alleviate and overcome the very humans’ weaknesses that … Continue reading

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Predicting fuzzy futures

As we approach another round of grand fuzziness in predictions of all sorts, e.g. for president’s elections in some corner of the world, it would be wise to not only take all (and I mean all) of Superforecasting to heart … Continue reading

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Wired / Tired / Expired, 2016 Q1 edition

Yes here’s a surprise new quarterly Wired / Tired / Expired jargon watch overviews, a mixed bag again. But much needed, it seems, as there’s much to promote or dis(mis)s. First, for your viewing pleasure: [Yes the UFO one again. … Continue reading

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Deinduction

OK. To be, think, human, two things seem to be required: No, not the dichotomy of deduction versus induction. Not so literally (literally, I mean like owemygawd). But the top-to-ground-then-back-up-again ‘logical’ goal-directed problem-solving reasoning, versus the speculative wandering of the … Continue reading

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One IoTA FYI

To close off [almost, since @KPN fraud themselves away from bankruptcy by series of outright lies to customers and tort] the year with a wild shot, ahead: There is value in the information analysis in IoT, as described in Gelernter … Continue reading

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Predictions Wish List 2016

Now that you have drowned in predictions about … < fill in your favourite subject and colour the pictures > for 2016, it’s time to not only read through them and see whether you can agree — which you don’t … Continue reading

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Prediction16

Yawn. Or not. The following will get real serious in 2016. Like, People will replace newspaper time with time online, wrote Bill Gates in "The World in 1998" https://t.co/8bCPCUg1Ph pic.twitter.com/bvnMCpJJUB — The Economist (@TheEconomist) December 11, 2015 Well, for the … Continue reading

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