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Men, Machines and Mistakes

March 31st, 2013
in Op Ed

Mistaking Men for Machines: How Neoclassical Economies Relies on Computer Science to Misunderstand Human Communication We have a lot to be thankful for today that we owe to Alan Turing – who is generally recognised as among the first, if not the first,… more »

In 20 Years, No More Humans Doing Repetitive, Automated Work?

March 27th, 2013
in Op Ed

by Roger Erickson ="font-size: medium;">Are cashiers being replaced by vending machines? Ya think? An information highway, like a computer bus, should render all cashier and other repetitive work obsolete.  Countless, mind-numbing jobs tying up int… more »

Japan Can Again Become the Land of the Rising Sun

November 1st, 2012
in Op Ed

Today we look at the future of Japan. The bad news suggests some tough times ahead, but their unique strengths (some wrongly considered weaknesses) suggests the 21st century might become a century of the rising sun over Japan. more »

Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime?

September 25th, 2012
in Op Ed

Why is 20 % of the American Workforce Unemployed?Written by John Slater, Capital Matters“Republicans are heartless monsters who have no compassion for the victims of a financial crash they caused by manipulating Wall Street.”“Democrats are committe… more »










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