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AI, Emapthy, self help and addiction all covered in this weeks weekend guide. 📕 Surviving AI. Calum

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October 28 · Issue #12 · View online
This is an email from Damian Bradfield. It's a summary of things happening in and around the world of tech and my experiences as we build and develop WeTransfer. Be warned I swear, these thoughts are my own and not that....blah blah blah

AI, Emapthy, self help and addiction all covered in this weeks weekend guide.

Surviving AI. Calum Chace is one of the worlds experts on AI. You can’t escape it, if you claim to be thinking of tomorrow.
Read: 208 pages
Dot Everyones guide to responsible tech. “This is not rocket science; it’s democracy.” Martha Lane Fox A brilliant paper from the UK group that is proposing regulation-lite of the web.
Read: 35 pages
Chris and Aarons’ Within have been groundbreaking in VR for a while now, touring refugee camps and the white house, however it’s dangerous to think virtual reality is an empathy machine.
Read: 4 mins
Personal Best is a show about helping people to achieve small goals. The first episode is simply about the ’snooze’ button and one persons inability to get out of bed.
Listen: 10 shows of 30 mins
I don’t often promote our own work. However this latest episode of our Work in Progress series is good. Lykke Li is sensational. Open, honest, real and vulnerable.
Watch: 6 mins
The Kindergarten Teacher hit me (only figuratively). It’s not action-packed in the slightest, but it’s hard hitting. Maggie Gyllenhaal is a mother of 3 millennial kids in search of depth and real-world substance.
Watch: 1h 40 mins
I know, you’re gonna say, why? Really? A star is born! But yes, I think this is a movie to not miss. Bradley Cooper is phenomenal, the film touches on depression, self-doubt, addiction and equality.
Watch: 2h

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