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Any Given Sunday

October 28 · Issue #12 · View online

A sporadic letter of listening, reading, and watching suggestions.


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