Great article, thanks for this.
While Open AI is optimising the algorithm, they can add a disclosure alert informing the results could be false, it is up to humans to perform a critical analysis on the results. Search engines like Google and Bing don't distinguish between true and false either.
The aftermath of covid constitutes an opportunity to harmonize health systems at the national and regional levels, with a well planed governance structure. One corollary of this is promoting the interconnectedness and setting up aid plans for upcoming heath crisis.
Thank you for this objective and clearly written topic. I am under the impression that measuring GHG is so unreliable that I do not quite understand how the targets to reduce GHG by the end of the decade were set. Climate TRACE seems to be quite a USA centered coalition, it would be nice to see a truly global organization with scientific and knowledge sharing that binds the countries to a certain level of commitment.
Attacks on sensitive data - such as health data - is spreading (or at least more known today). In addition to the new legislation, it is important to educate people on how to protect their own data, a kind of a code for data.
Culture has much influence in the way people perceive happiness. Plus, for some happiness is a state of mind, we should keep it always on.
Great piece from Wooldridge, thanks for showing the different facets of Talent.
Talent can change during the lifetime of an individual - sometimes it appears later in life, sometimes it decreases, sometimes it increases.