Much is being written about AI and Robots, their capabilities, how they are improving week by week and the potential benefits that they will have in our human lives, will they? I believe they will. However, there are some key aspects, that seem to be underseen with all the fanfare around the initial glow of the ground-breaking milestone attributed to a Robot (intelligent or not) … Continue reading Why will Sophia change the world?
… with cars, music, room & board, you name it I was going to write about my experience on how last year I made a change in perception. I had a perception for decades that helped interact with certain things that made them important to me, a perception that made me understand why I needed those things and why, me, as a consumer decided to … Continue reading My Relationships with things…
It was June 2009, my son was 1,5 years old, and life was smiling at me in a way that one can feel a good performance, family and job-wise, when… suddenly, Brazil knocked on my door. I had gotten married to a lovely German Brazilian woman, so undoubtedly Brazil had already been part of my territory in a couple of occasions; personally and also thanks … Continue reading Life Learnings from +7 Years in Brazil
Much is being written about machines; as threats mainly. Some claim that these machines will take over many of our jobs and that they will steal responsibilities from humans – They state that these machines will be better prepared than humans for those and other Jobs. Simply put because they will have more information to make the right decision – Algorithms that will juggle many … Continue reading Machine’s Soul, Machine’s Love
Being a fan of the whole “WeAreNotAlone” topic I found a piece at a well-known and successful entrepreneur who was quoting Terry Bisson. And for some reason, and believing or not in coincidences, the entrepreneur just happened to publish it on the very day it became a birthday present for my 6th cycle of 7 years. Good read! “They’re made out of meat.” “Meat?” “Meat. … Continue reading They’re Made Out of Meat by Terry Bisson