TEDMonterey’s final session brought with it a reflection of the magic and generosity of spirit that grew with each talk throughout the week. In a town hall-style discussion, gratitude flooded the stage as attendees took to the spotlight to share which ideas from the conference inspired them most and how they plan to bring a […]Continue reading
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As an editor at the Whole Earth Review, Wired magazine and the Cool Tools podcast and website, Kevin Kelly shares other people's concepts, views and ideas. He is also the author of bestselling book The Inevitable, a photobook called Vanishing Asia and Recomendo, a weekly newsletter. He is a raging optimist who believes that the only way to steer technology is to use it.
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We tend to think of AI as faster and better versions of human brains, but if we want technology to progress by leads and bounds, we must make AI that is like nothing else on Earth, says digital visionary Kevin Kelly.Continue reading
This morning’s Session 4 explored the ways we connect — the pathways our money takes, our communication, our trust, even our intelligence(s). Read on: Trust in your neighbor, but maybe not in your bank. Why is it that, despite being told “don’t get into a car with a stranger” for as long as we can remember, […]Continue reading