There’s a new tech stack coming, combining AI with interruptive displays and sensors. Here are my guesses at who might build it.
Tag Archives: Google
Google’s Mail products are a Trojan Horse with which the company is turning “use the Internet” into “talk with an AI.”
I’m going to spend 24 hours in VR this year. Here’s why—and a plea for your help getting there.
When data lets us optimize everything, the sub-optimal will be novel. Is optimization the enemy of taste?
Why isn’t Blockbuster Netflix? Because it had an outdated mental model of its business. Here’s why Google could do the same thing to Netflix.
We’ve all decided what Google is for, and every time it tries to change that it creeps us out. Google needs to stop trying to be something it’s not and to embrace its inner nerd.