There’s a large collection of books growing in front of me, expanding faster than I can possibly read. Here’s what I did enjoy in 2023.
Sam Brinson Posts
“A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing.” —Oscar Wilde Money makes the world go around. From the dawn of money and market societies, we’ve increasingly viewed…
We disagree a lot on what’s right and wrong, good and bad. We disagree between individuals, cultures, and countries. And our views on these matters change over time. Actions once deemed off-limits have become admissible,…
Does AI understand what it’s doing when it generates those impressive images or responds to our questions? It might, but only a little…
If you’re not right, you’re wrong. Right?
People have been worried about automation before, will history repeat itself or is AI a fundamentally different beast?
We can be stubbornly attached to stereotypes and descriptions, even when more informative data is right in front of us
Have humans been worshipping the wrong Gods throughout our history? Maybe it’s time to start looking towards the future.
Patience is a virtue, but it’s also a brain state—what’s going on inside your head when you decide to play the waiting game?