The world would be a better place without Facebook. He got Facebook hooked on AI. Now he can’t fix its misinformation addiction - MIT Technology Review
Completely blown away by this image. Murmuration of starlings: How our stunning front-page photograph was taken
Finished reading Agent Running in the Field by John le Carré 📚 Enjoyed it.
Shocking. We opened hospitality for 3 weeks and this is the result. One of the most consequential cabinet decisions in the history of the State.
This is a fascinating and informative piece on China.
Finally. A deal. I still think the ultimate consequence of this will be an independent Scotland, and a re-united Ireland. Both, sooner than we might think.
Interesting view of Amazon from the inside.
Awe inspiring. Livestream again tomorrow.
Given what the science tells us, opening pubs and restaurants earlier this month was an error. We’re already seeing the results of that decision. How many lives is a pint worth?
Am happy to see France take direct action against Google. Europe has been waiting too long. Bravo CNIL. The winds of change are coming for the way US platforms operate in Europe. Read also Karlin Lillington’s piece today EU legislation is coming that could greatly improve the web
What Twitter can learn from Spotify Very thoughtful and informed analysis by Om Malik. My own use of Twitter is now exclusively around topic lists, which I curate myself. This process is is now more valuable to me than my rss newsreader.
After six weeks of a level 5 lockdown, Ireland just moved back to level 3 and restaurants opened yesterday for indoor dining. I’d recommend reading this if you’re trying to understand the risks.
Much of this applies to Ireland as well. Good piece.
Reading this, even if I don’t have the knowledge to completely understand the details, leads me to wonder about the future of Intel in Ireland.