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Artificial Intelligence Is No Hoax, It's Just Over-Hyped

After all, an immutable law of technology and business is that any complicated development brings with it self-proclaimed priests of said subject intent on frightening the less-informed into buying their goods and services.

Given their proximity, European political and business leaders show up in force at Davos, Bremmer notes, “hitting above their weight, even though they have very little constructive to say right now.” The Brexit mess, Macron’s woes in France, the forced end of the Merkel era in Germany, various strongmen around Europe’s edges—none of it is good.

The Davos meeting is a sometimes surreal juxtaposition of high-minded bloviating about repairing the world even while corporate honchos spend enough on over-the-top parties to feed multiple homeless encampments back home for years and Russian oligarchs host debauched after-hours affairs in the villas outside of town.

They’re not really interested in trying to explore how their biz models may be broken and what’s threatening them.” To Bremmer’s final point, I’ve been carrying around with me for a bit now this David Leonhardt column from early December, “When C.E.O.s Care About America.” (The online headline: “American Capitalism Isn’t Working.”) It’d be a good short read for the pooh-bahs in Davos to read while being shuttled in their heated sedans from one event to the next in the frigid Swiss town.

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The effort seeks to understand the need for and characteristics of a seamless integrated mobility system (SIMSystem) which can help integrate disparate modes of travel for the movement of people and goods across geographies.

Over the past year, phase two has focused upon launching a pilot program to follow the journey of Detroit, Ann Arbor (US) and Windsor (CA) as they pursue a SIMSystem to document and share best practices to accelerate the development of SIMSystems around the globe.

The Designing a Seamless Integrated Mobility (SIMSYSTEM) project is one of the World Economic Forum's fourteen System Initiatives, which curate, align and advance the efforts of the most globally relevant and knowledgeable individuals and institutions that are shaping the future.

Data Sheet—Artificial Intelligence Is No Hoax, It's Just Over-Hyped

After all, an immutable law of technology and business is that any complicated development brings with it self-proclaimed priests of said subject intent on frightening the less-informed into buying their goods and services.

Given their proximity, European political and business leaders show up in force at Davos, Bremmer notes, “hitting above their weight, even though they have very little constructive to say right now.” The Brexit mess, Macron’s woes in France, the forced end of the Merkel era in Germany, various strongmen around Europe’s edges—none of it is good.

The Davos meeting is a sometimes surreal juxtaposition of high-minded bloviating about repairing the world even while corporate honchos spend enough on over-the-top parties to feed multiple homeless encampments back home for years and Russian oligarchs host debauched after-hours affairs in the villas outside of town.

They’re not really interested in trying to explore how their biz models may be broken and what’s threatening them.” To Bremmer’s final point, I’ve been carrying around with me for a bit now this David Leonhardt column from early December, “When C.E.O.s Care About America.” (The online headline: “American Capitalism Isn’t Working.”) It’d be a good short read for the pooh-bahs in Davos to read while being shuttled in their heated sedans from one event to the next in the frigid Swiss town.

IAP 2019 Activities by Category - Religion and Ethics

Attendance: Participants welcome at individual sessions

Reason for God is for anyone (the religious, the spiritual, the skeptic, the seeker, atheists, Christians and people of any faith tradition).

 Our hope is that each session will be a safe place to explore, ask questions, disagree, and learn.

Each night we will gather together to eat dinner together, hear from a guest speaker, ask questions and discuss some of the big questions and objections that people have when it comes to the existence of God and belief in Christianity.

Sponsor(s): Cru

Contact: Chris Swanson, W11-004, CSWANSON@MIT.EDU Does it Matter What you Believe about God?

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