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Tech and Geopolitical Cycles (GPF)

GeoPolitical title: Tech and Geopolitical Cycles By: George Friedman (eg, Wiki) Date: 24 January 2023 "There have been seemingly endless reports of massive layoffs in the tech industry. Partly they are due to economic circumstances, of course, but overlooked in the reports is the inherent maturity of the tech industry. By maturity, I mean two things: The rate of...

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Is a conscious robot an oxymoron?

Hypothetically speaking, robots might become conscious once there's an interface with consciousness. However, nobody knows what consciousness is. In my view, individual human consciousness is part of universal consciousness a.k.a. panpsychism. In my view, our soul is the likely "interface". Why are people so worried about artificial intelligence and/or machines (eg,...

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New system retrofits diesel engines to run on 90% hydrogen (TechXplore)

TechXplore title: New system retrofits diesel engines to run on 90% hydrogen By: Neil Martin, University of New South Wales Date: 7 October 2022 "Engineers from UNSW Sydney have successfully converted a diesel engine to run as a hydrogen-diesel hybrid engine—reducing CO2 emissions by more than 85% in the process. The team, led by Professor Shawn Kook from the...

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Woke capitalism, a new oxymoron

Money is most successful when it operates in the background and/or in the shadows. Whenever Money takes the lead within the Power domain of the 7 Belief systems, it will be crushed by either Politics (eg, China) or Religion (eg, Iran). American businesses used to appeal to all Americans. Not anymore. Recently, the Economist published an article that Republicans are...

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Climate change hits electric-car making (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg Hyperdrive title: Climate change hits electric-car making By: Stefan Nicola Date: 22 August 2022 "Automakers racing to make more electric vehicles have a problem: climate change is catching up with the industry. On Monday, authorities in China’s Sichuan province — the source of about a fifth of the country’s lithium production — extended...

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EVs bring fun features… and recalls (Axios)

Axios title: EVs bring fun features... and recalls By: Hope King and Nathan Bomey Date: 29 July 2022 "With Congress potentially poised to recharge a $7,500 federal tax credit to push the sale of more EVs, new buyers may need to prepare for some early headaches — recalls. Why it matters: Electric vehicles are more likely to have defects than...

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