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You Are Already Having Sex With Robots
WIRED | 08.23.2019 | Emma Grey Ellis
“Sex robots are here, and their AI-enabled pseudosexuality isn’t long behind. The real robo-sexual revolution will be, and already is, more software than hardware, and it’s the version of this story fewer people are talking about.“
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10/14/19 Guardian Digital dystopia: how algorithms punish the poor
09/26/19 HBR The Case for Hiring Older Workers
09/25/19 Conversationalist Truly smart homes could help dementia patients live independently
09/18/19 Deloitte Digital media trends
09/13/19 Conversationalist This is your phone on feminism
09/04/19 The Conversation How ‘gamification’ could revolutionise creative thinking in the workplace
09/02/19 Adweek No, Artificial Intelligence Isn’t Coming After Copywriting Jobs
09/02/19 HBR Learning to Work with Intelligent Machines
09/02/19 NextWeb Bot authors a most-read article at The Next Web
08/29/19 Wired Of Course Citizens Should Be Allowed to Kick Robots
08/24/19 Forbes The Challenges Of The Digital World Are Not New
08/23/19 Wired You Are Already Having Sex With Robots
08/22/19 HBR Are Your Company’s Strengths Really Weaknesses?
08/20/19 NYTimes Welcome to McDonalds. Would you like a podcast with those fries?
08/14/19 Economist America’s elderly seem more screen-obsessed than the young
08/13/19 Modus Data-Driven Design Is Killing Our Instincts
08/11/19 Shelly Palmer Digital Red Flags
08/09/19 knowledge@wharton How Organizational Culture Shapes Digital Transformation
08/08/19 TIMEULAR How Warren saves 1.5 hours per week and has more efficient meetings
07/22/19 Verge Microsoft invests $1 billion in OpenAI
07/21/19 Economist The internet is changing language less than curmudgeons fear
07/18/19 Verge The future of fitness is together but alone
07/17/19 FT The secrets our smartphones divulge
07/13/19 HBR Fixing the Internet
07/10/19 BBC Amazon Alexa offering NHS health advice
07/06/19 Economist A different dystopia: July 2030
07/06/19 NBC Are we living in a simulated universe?
07/06/19 HBR The Soft Skills of Great Digital Organizations
07/05/19 DMEXCO 20 MARKETING: Having a ‘purpose’ is no longer enough
07/01/19 HBR Digital Doesn’t Have to Be Disruptive
06/25/19 Atlantic The Problem With Diversity in Computing
06/24/19 wired The Internet has made Dupes and Cynics of us All
06/19/19 vice Gender stereotypes have been banned from British ads
06/16/19 wired It’s Time to Switch to a Privacy Browser
06/12/19 Behavioural Scientist Consumers Are Becoming Wise to Your Nudge
06/11/19 Atlantic I Wrote This on a 30-Year-Old Computer
06/11/19 Atlantic The ‘Platform’ Excuse Is Dying
06/03/19 HBR How AI Could Help Small Businesses
05/29/19 WSJ Many Teens Check Their Phones in Middle of Night
05/21/19 MIT sloan review Building Digital-Ready Culture in Traditional Organizations
05/16/19 Medium Data Privacy Is a Human Right
05/09/19 Medium Y2K Didn’t Happen. But 1999 Did.
05/08/19 Podium Customer experience is about emotion, not technology
05/06/19 Quillette Internet Content Regulation Is a Recipe for Censorship?
05/02/19 Medium The Global Attention Span Is Getting Shorter
05/02/19 Medium Why Reading Books Is Important for the Brain
05/01/19 Medium Don’t Blame the Designers for Your Digital Addiction
04/29/19 Medium The Tyranny of Convenience
04/18/19 Medium Privacy Is the New Digital Divide
04/11/19 Guardian Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan review – intelligent mischief
04/11/19 Medium Nothing Fails Like Success
04/05/19 Bright What Happens When Teachers Become Design Thinkers?
04/05/19 Medium The Great Smartphone Experiment
03/30/19 Medium The Price We Pay for Multitasking at Work
03/13/19 HBR Digital Transformation Is Not About Technology
03/12/19 Ethan Marcotte Accessibility: The Web We Broke
03/07/19 Medium We Can’t Combat Fake News If We Don’t Really Understand It
02/23/19 SZ Auf der Jagd nach Selbstbestätigung
02/20/19 Medium We’re Optimizing Ourselves to Death
02/13/19 Harvard Business Review Who will be able to afford self-driving cars?
02/08/19 Paris Review Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction
01/17/19 BBC Why kindergartners need to learn to code
01/16/19 BBC No escape as ‘snow day’ becomes ‘e-learning day’
01/15/19 Forbes Why Machine Learning Needs Semantics Not Just Statistics
01/10/19 NYTimes The Death of the Sick Day
01/10/19 Reuters Court says Amazon ‘Dash’ buttons violate German law
12/18/18 Harvard Business ReviewDigital Growth Depends More on Business Models than Technology
12/12/18 PM Column Project Managers Explain Agile to Kids
12/01/18 Economist The human inside the machine
11/15/18 Wired The Tyranny of Structurelessness
11/14/18 SZ Geben Sie ruhig mit Ihrem Multitasking an
10/25/18 Medium Why Have Our Offices Become Like Touchy-Feely Kindergartens?
10/19/18 McKinsey Digital strategy: The four fights you have to win
16/10/18 big medium Only One Deliverable Matters
09/13/18 Mediacurrent Drupal vs WordPress – A Lego Analogy
09/07/18 Atlantic Brands Are Not Our Friends
08/17/18 Medium A Unified Theory of Everything Wrong with the Internet?
07/25/18 Guardian ‘The discourse is unhinged’: how the media gets AI alarmingly wrong
07/16/18 CIO Why digital transformations are lagging
07/16/18 The Next Web Data shows people want serious long-form content
06/27/18 Atlantic How Computers Parse the Ambiguity of Everyday Language
06/17/18 Forbes Ten Agile Axioms That Make Managers Anxious
06/07/18 Atlantic Crazy Genius: Is Online Dating Destroying Romance?
06/05/18 Harvard Business Review We’re consuming more information but not learning more.
06/01/18 Atlantic How the Enlightenment Ends
05/31/18 A List Apart The Cult of the Complex – State of the Web
05/26/18 Economist Who will be the main loser from Europe’s new data-privacy law?
05/25/18 Wired 187 Things the Blockchain is Supposed to Fix
05/18/18 Economist How heavy use of social media is linked to mental illness
05/14/18 Medium This Is How Internet Regulation Can Go Really Wrong
05/11/18 Wired How Facebook Binds and Shatters Communities
05/09/18 Wired Google and the Rise of “Digital Well Being”
04/30/18 Harvard Business Review Why the Rest of the World Can’t Free Ride on Europe’s GDPR Rules
04/26/18 Times Higher Ed. Moocs are a solution in search of a problem
04/09/18 Harvard Business Review GDPR and the End of the Internet’s Grand Bargain
04/06/18 Harvard Business Review Your Strategic Plans Probably Aren’t Strategic, or Even Plans
03/22/18 Handelsblatt Why German companies fail at digital innovation
03/13/18 Harvard Business Review Why the Automation Boom Could Be Followed by a Bust
01/11/18 Atlantic How It Became Normal to Ignore Texts and Emails
01/04/18 Forbes Disruptive Technologies And New Economic Models
01/03/18 Wired Why Artificial Intelligence is not Like Your Brain – Yet
09/01/17 Do we really see 4,000 ads a day?
03/17/17 The New Age of Marketing
02/06/17 A Brand is a Relationship
02/02/17 Creating Personas #Design Thinking
02/02/17 Mobile-First is Just Not Good Enough
01/30/17 Mobile 2.0
12/23/16 What Exactly is Digital Health?
12/13/16 Resilient Web Design by Jeremy Keith
12/09/16 Mobile is Eating the World
09/26/16 CMO Eat Or Be Eaten: The Internet Has Reached Saturation
05/11/16 Content-First Prototyping
02/15/16 Forbes How The Digital Age Has Changed Marketing Channels Forever
06/16/15 The Homepage Exception
06/11/15 What is Code?
11/23/14 Promiscuous College Come-Ons
12/10/13 How Instagram Alters Your Memory
05/06/13 How Much Has The Web Really Changed?
03/23/12 Technology and Persuasion
07/14/11 Content Choreography
05/25/10 Responsive Web Design (How it all began)
10/24/09 Brand = User Experience