Google’s Mail products are a Trojan Horse with which the company is turning “use the Internet” into “talk with an AI.”
Author Archives: Alistair
I’m going to spend 24 hours in VR this year. Here’s why—and a plea for your help getting there.
In a few years, algorithms will be able to describe video content as well as humans can. Unlocking the pent up information in petabytes of video will have wide-ranging impacts on society.
It’s time to stop writing press releases and start hacking markets. Because the world’s best startups have a dirty secret: they’re all a little bit evil.
Big data, smart agents, and new interfaces are cool on their own. But together, they’re a virtuous cycle that shows what the next decade of tech looks like.
Representative government is broken. But now we’re all connected, maybe syndicates can fix it?