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A taste of automation

My recent visit to Paris gave a glimpse of automation slowly taking over more and more jobs in airports:   Automated border control:         Automated luggage check-in         Automated boarding check-in      … Continue Reading →

Bitcoin might be doing a big disservice to blockchain technology

I had written an article about bitcoin, about a year ago, saying it is worth holding some of it with the understanding that it is a volatile asset. There is a change in that belief. Being unrealistic about how long… Continue Reading →

Handling fears at 3 years old

When I was a child, whenever I visited my grandparents, we went to a bath in springs in a village in India. On one of those trips, an older boy pushed me into one of the water sources, which at that… Continue Reading →

Mayday: Landing after engine failure

What do you say to death staring at you? – Not today, today we will just park this plane somewhere. That is exactly what we did. No, Just joking! We were scared. No matter how many times you practice, the… Continue Reading →

Playlist : Simpler Times

Tony Robbins says stress is the achiever’s word for fear. And he is right. Here is a simple hack I have found to get back to your zone instantly. Listen to songs when times were simpler. This is why I… Continue Reading →

AI will make nuclear power obsolete

I had mentioned that data is the new uranium and the next arms race will be in the area of AI. If you can project it a little more, AI-driven micro-drones will be more dangerous than nuclear bombs. Here is… Continue Reading →

Microsoft’s kodak moment

It did not make such a big news as it should have, but within it lies the small glimpse of the future of Microsoft in the long run. Unless it comes back with a vengeance on mobile. This shows how… Continue Reading →

Moon Halo Effect

Yesterday night, we witnessed the moon halo effect. We tried the beach and the mountain to see where do we get the best shot. The best shot was from the garden. From earthsky.org: “Halos around the sun or moon happen… Continue Reading →

Horsepower and AlphaGo Zero

Lee Sedol was born on 2 March 1983 Turned pro in – 1995 He had 21 + years of learning and experience by March 2016 – played against Alpha Go and lost 4 out of 5 matches. Alpha go is… Continue Reading →

City to City travel by Rockets

Three weeks ago, we heard from Elon Musk about plans for the city to city travel using rockets. I wrote an article 6 months ago that this is going to happen and rockets will disrupt the entire first and business… Continue Reading →

A peek under the hood of innovation

Our memories will taint and shape every version of future we imagine. For example, it is impossible to imagine your ideal house without using the memory of aspects of homes or hotels you have gathered from memory. To innovate you… Continue Reading →

Hello Special Snowflake

Chinstrap penguins travel up to 80km every day looking for food. The hardest part is getting the food to the ice-free rim at the top of a giant volcano called deception island. Steep beach with a powerful undertow then a… Continue Reading →

Extreme ownership

I started listening to this book while going out for my morning and evening jogs. It made me reflect that there are times when my lower brain kicks in and I get defensive once in a while. Of course, now… Continue Reading →

History – everything has happened before

Everything that is happening now has happened before. Without going into the theory that we are living in a simulation that is designed to play out a DNA evolution experiment, even in the short history of humans, everything is a… Continue Reading →

My thoughts on what twitter should do

Twitter’s announcement today echoes an article I wrote a few months ago. Achieving continuous product market fit requires letting go of the very thing that made us successful in the first place. Somehow it feels wrong, but that is the… Continue Reading →

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