The New York Times columnist Charles Duhigg has a very interesting article “How Trump Became the First Silicon Valley President” in to-day’s post where he discusses how President Trump successfully used a Silicon valley tested disruptive start-up technology to run his campaign and become the first out-side candidate to win US Presidential election in modern history. Continue reading
This post is updated regularly to keep this list as up to date as possible. Last updated Feb 23, 2017. There is on going national debate role of technology in current middle class job loss. Since creation of a vibrant working force requires several factors & involves several factors, this current debate is who is …
The New York Times editorial board has a opinion piece to-day titled No, Robots Aren’t Killing the American Dream in response to Claire Cain Miller’s The Long-Term Jobs Killer Is Not China. It’s Automation. published in December 20016. The editorial argues with job statistics that the decline of American Dream is caused primarily by due to our lawmakers decisions not due to technological automation. Continue reading
Evan Osnos, staff writer for New Yorker, has a very interesting article Dooms Day Prep for super-Rich in Jan 30 issue. In the article reporter Osnos how wealthy tech people in Silicon Valley & other super-wealthy people in the country are preparing for any possible doomsday! Very interesting read!
A good reminder by Connie Guglielmo that 10 years ago today: Remembering Steve Jobs make iPhone history.In another article Andrew Cunningham Revisits every single one of Apple’s iPhones in a trip down memory lane in arsTechnica. Indeed iPhone has made history and we can’t live without it to-day (after only 10-years)! ∞
There is a good article the long-term jobs killer is not China but automation in New York Times. In the article the author cites several other reports indicating a trend that business or office automation is taking over jobs that were normally done by people.
And we engage when we agree and we engage when we disagree. I think it’s very important to do that because you don’t change things by just yelling. You change things by showing everyone why your way is the best. In many ways, it’s a debate of ideas. – Tim Cook, CEO Apple Inc
Why he attended Trump’s Tech Submit
Apple CEO wrote in his memo to Apple staffs on why he recently met with president-elect Trump. Apple CEO was a vocal supporter & fundraiser for Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
To-day Amazon Go was on the news for lunching cashier free grocery stores in US. While politicians talk lot about creating jobs in both rural & urban America, business technologists are working hard to disrupt hiring to save business cost. The news was widely covered by news & print media. A few I find interesting …