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  1. Superintelligenz als Diktator

    "Leben 3.0" nennt der schwedische Physiker Max Tegmark eine Daseinsform künstlicher Intelligenz, die dem Menschen überlegen sein wird. Er fragt sich, was passieren wird, wenn diese "Superintelligenz" die Macht an sich gerissen hat. Dafür hat er gleich zwölf Szenarien.

    http://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/max-tegmark-leben-3-0-eine-superintelligenz-als-diktator.950.de.html?dram:article_id=400866

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  2. 1Password 7: The interview | iMore

    Michael Fey and Matt Davey of 1Password for iPhone and iPad talk password management as a service, Face ID, and security when crossing borders.

    https://www.imore.com/1password-7-interview

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  3. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. 207, With Special Guest Merlin Mann

    The Talk Show

    ‘Christmas Mitzvah’, With Special Guest Merlin Mann

    Saturday, 18 November 2017

    Merlin Mann returns to the show for a Thanksgiving-week holiday spectacular. Topics include the history of Markdown, nerding out with Keyboard Maestro, kids today and the computers they want to use, caring about idiomatic native UI design, a look back at last year’s election, and more.

    Download MP3.

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    Links:

    Various apps mentioned during the show:

    Keyboard Maestro

    Drafts

    Editorial

    nvAlt

    Simplenote

    Justin Williams’s now-defunct Elements — the first Dropbox-backed text editor for iOS

    Vesper

    Bartender — a Mac utility for managing all those stupid little menu bar apps

    Vanilla — another Mac menu bar app manager

    Apple Support technote documenting standard Mac text editing keyboard shortcuts

    Reconcilable Differences #65 — Merlin and John Siracusa talking about Steam.

    The Elements of Eloquence — the book that explains the implicit rules of adjective order in English.

    Dr. Drang on Excel

    Last year’s day-after-the-election “Holiday Party” episode.

    PredictIt — Website where you can gamble on election and political predictions.

    Max Temkin’s US Politics Twitter list

    This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.

    https://daringfireball.net/thetalkshow/2017/11/18/ep-207

    —Huffduffed by alips

  4. Herta Müller und Marcel Beyer diskutieren in Berlin Untaten mit Sprache

    Die Literaturnobelpreisträgerin Herta Müller und den Georg-Büchner-Preisträger Marcel Beyer eint ihr schatzgräberischer Umgang mit Sprache. Bei einem gemeinsamen Abend zum Thema Sprache in Berlin sprechen sie über die Wunden, die Sprache einem zufügen kann.

    http://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/herta-mueller-und-marcel-beyer-diskutieren-in-berlin.1013.de.html?dram:article_id=400660

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  5. Interview with Sali Tagliamonte

    We’re really excited to have gotten to interview Sali Tagliamonte at the Linguistic Society of America meeting in January! Dr. Tagliamonte is a full professor at the University of Toronto, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. She’s written a bunch of books and articles about sociolinguistics, and how languages shift and vary over time. You can find out more about her and her work at http://individual.utoronto.ca/tagliamonte/

    In our interview, we discussed the following topics: - why it’s so important to investigate how teens use language, and what facets of adolescent speech she finds most interesting - what differences we can find in spoken vs. online language use - the Toronto English Project, and the changes we see in people’s language use over the course of their lives - how language might look in the future - how to better inform people about how language variation works - the role of social media in telling people about linguistics, and in language change

    … and more! Thanks again to Dr. Tagliamonte for speaking with us.

    Her most recent book, Teen Talk: The Language of Adolescents, can be found here: http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781107676176

    Our previous interviews: Anne Charity Hudley: https://youtu.be/xKjrnrsiKv4 Lisa Pearl: https://youtu.be/EOfGgqPeeC4 Daniel Dennett: ht…

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    Tagged with education

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  6. Creating a Drama for Alexa with Nicky Birch from Rosina Sound

    Next Radio is the radio ideas conference, held every year in London. Visit https://next.radio to join our newsletter, see more videos and discover more.

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  7. Longform #262: PJ Vogt of Reply All (Part 2)

    PJ Vogt is the co-host of Reply All. “Every radio story is broken. Everything is missing some piece it’s supposed to have. Everything has some weird interview that didn’t go the way you thought it was going to go, or you thought you had an answer but you

    https://longform.org/posts/longform-podcast-262-pj-vogt-of-reply-all-part-2

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  8. Longform #262: Alex Goldman of Reply All (Part 1)

    Alex Goldman is the co-host of Reply All. “I am not the authority on the internet. I’m not an expert on particularly anything, except stuff that I like.” Thanks to MailChimp, Squarespace, and Blinkist for sponsoring this week’s episode.

    https://longform.org/posts/longform-podcast-262-alex-goldman-of-reply-all-part-1

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  9. Food-Hype: Wenn Medien auf die Hüfte gehen · Deutschlandfunk Nova

    ​Jamie Oliver und die Zeitschrift "Beef" waren nur der Anfang: Für Millennials ist Food zur Währung geworden. Das haben auch Medien erkannt.

    https://www.deutschlandfunknova.de/beitrag/food-hype-wenn-medien-auf-die-huefte-gehen

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  10. Audible - Ein neuer Player auf dem Podcast-Markt?

    Die für Hörbücher bekannte Amazon-Plattform "Audible" startet 22 neue Audio-Reihen, die eigentlich keine Podcasts sind: Sie sind nur über ein kostenpflichtiges Abonnement zu hören. Doch vom Podcast-Boom möchte auch Amazon profitieren - und macht damit auch dem Radio Konkurrenz.

    http://www.deutschlandfunk.de/audible-ein-neuer-player-auf-dem-podcast-markt.2907.de.html?dram:article_id=399693

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