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Brian Christian
“Seemingly innocuous language like 'Oh, I'm flexible' or 'What do you want to do tonight?' has a dark computational underbelly that should make you think twice. It has the veneer of kindness about it, but it does two deeply alarming things. First, it passes the cognitive buck: 'Here's a problem, you handle it.' Second, by not stating your preferences, it invites the others to simulate or imagine them. And as we have seen, the simulation of the minds of others is one of the biggest computational challenges a mind (or machine) can ever face.”
Brian Christian, Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions

Marshall McLuhan
“All media work us over completely.”
Marshall McLuhan, The Medium is the Massage

Vera Nazarian
“It's easier for a rich man to ride that camel through the eye of a needle directly into the Kingdom of Heaven, than for some of us to give up our cell phone.”
Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Anna Wiener
“Tech, for the most part, wasn't progress. It was just business.”
Anna Wiener, Uncanny Valley
tags: tech

Meredith Broussard
“I heard people repeat the same promises about the bright technological future, but I saw the digital world replicate the inequalities of the “real” world”
Meredith Broussard, Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World

Nicky Verd
“The future is closer than you think. You can pay attention now or watch the transformation happen right in front of your eyes”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

“The MVP has just those features considered sufficient for it to be of value to customers and allow for it to be shipped or sold to early adopters. Customer feedback will inform future development of the product.”
Scott M. Graffius, Agile Scrum: Your Quick Start Guide with Step-by-Step Instructions

“Cybersecurity is a new area where equality will exist to allow intelligence to succeed.

Cybersecurity needs women to be successful and without them it will not as the best talent a must.”
Ian R. McAndrew, PhD

A.D. Aliwat
“The internet is nothing but a jumble of nonsense, an atrocious mixed metaphor. It’s not meant to be understood. First and foremost, it’s a web that you surf. What the hell does that even mean? It not only defies sense but the very laws of physics! And now, apparently, it also contains a cloud. And this is something that’s supposed to be secure? That which looks solid but in fact is not, something literally as thin as air? Perfect!”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Technology never makes someone lazy. It sometimes reveals someone’s laziness.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Nicky Verd
“There is no such thing as job security. Winning or losing is now happening faster than ever before.”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

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“IoT-Coming soon in a "THING" near you.”
Syed Sharukh

“What we initially understood computers to be—e.g. benign devices on which to do your homework, play video games, or keep track of payroll—suddenly morphed into something much more nebulous and nefarious.”
Ryan Mungia, Do You Compute: Selling Tech from the Atomic Age to the Y2K Bug 1950-1999

“You don't truly own anything until you've voided it's warranty”
Matt Parker
tags: humor, tech

Amy Blankson
“Setting a tech charter is going to be one of the most effective ways to create a habitat for happiness.”
Amy Blankson

“Magical thinking underlies the I-don't-want-to-know-how-it-works-I-just-want-it-to-work view of technology. That may be a viable attitude for business people who don't want to take the time to understand their desktop computers, but it makes for a lethal combination when geeks and suits try to build businesses together.”
Bill Pfleging, The Geek Gap: Why Business and Technology Professionals Don't Understand Each Other and Why They Need Each Other to Survive

Nicky Verd
“A shift in mindset is required to thrive in the current era and this cannot be achieve at an academic level, social latitude or political sphere but at a personal level.”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

Nicky Verd
“Africa’s transformation lies in innovation, creativity, emerging technologies and entrepreneurship.”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

Nicky Verd
“Entrepreneurship should be a viable career path not just a last resort to joblessness.”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

Anna Wiener
“Maybe the money would spread out a little bit. Maybe the people building the tools could have a say in how those tools were used. Maybe we shouldn’t all be so quick to identify with charismatic CEOs, maybe we shouldn’t assume that the money and the perks and the job market would be there forever, maybe we should factor in the possibility that we might age out. What were we doing anyway, helping people become billionaires? Billionaires were the mark of a sick society, they shouldn’t exist. There was no moral structure in which such a vast accumulation of wealth should be acceptable.”
Anna Wiener, Uncanny Valley

Santosh Kalwar
“With every passing time, technology moves one step forward.”
Santosh Kalwar

Nicky Verd
“The topic of technological competence can no longer be left only to Experts or IT Specialists. It is now imperative for everyone to be Tech Savvy to survive in the new era”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

Nicky Verd
“Take charge of your own digital Upskilling. Digitize yourself!”
Nicky Verd, Disrupt Yourself Or Be Disrupted

Tom B. Night
“A society’s technological dependence increases exponentially over time, as does its helplessness when deprived of it.”
Tom B. Night, Mind Painter

Tom B. Night
“Chad was a twenty-six-year-old former developer of software used to develop more advanced software. He was now unemployed.”
Tom B. Night, Mind Painter

A.D. Aliwat
“Companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple only hire the best.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

A.D. Aliwat
“Large and obscure words tax mental resources too much, interrupting you from making your point and disconnecting you from your audience. That’s why simplicity in speech is valued and used by people in the most important fields, like tech and politics.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

Tom Mohr
“The most basic question a CEO must answer is whether the product has achieved a value breakthrough. Without that, the revenue engine is irrelevant. Once product-market fit is confirmed, the next step is to clearly identify your ideal customer profile (ICP) and your business model. This includes the lifetime value (LTV) profile of your company. Assuming a strong product, a clear ICP, and a solid understanding of the constraints composed by your unit economics, the path forward is clear. Then, the focus will turn to uplifting the maturity of your revenue engine and scaling it efficiently.”
Tom Mohr, Scaling the Revenue Engine

A.D. Aliwat
“Google runs the world, Facebook runs the life, Apple provides the best tools for people to use these things. And Twitter begins revolutions, sparks real change.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo

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