Logistics, Economics, Business Law, and Pragmatic Values
Our world is already being ran by algorithms and we just do not know all about it yet.
If government policies will all be based on algorithms in the future, then we could expect a stable and thriving future - unless someone messes up of course.
Now that’s how you fight for democracy. The world hears you louder than ever now.
And now we’ve come to this. We’ve been so tech obsessed that we need to create safeguards due to our lack of self control.
Lift has the highest revenue per fare at around 26pct compared to Uber and Didi yet Lift is still losing money.
Saharan sand found in Greenland’s ice sheets just proves that wherever you are in the world, your actions matter to protect our environment.
Isnt this new feature problematic as it will greatly limit news content to mainstream media who has the scale to negotiate with Facebook? Information can easily be curated if this pushes through.
It defeats the purpose of being in a “free for all” platform if you ask me.
Yes, the OS market really needs added competition but the global barriers to entry might be too high even for Huawei. The security implication of using a chinese-backed OS is a big grey area too.
Would you rather have your data exploited by US or Chinese companies?
Maybe its not just a battle of scale anymore. Finding the supply sweet spot to satisfy demand at a profitable (non-incentivized) level should be the priority.