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  1. DSID007 Blockchain: Die Revolution der IT Industrie? – Die Sache ist die


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    Zu den meist gesuchten Begriffen des Jahres bei Google zählt zweifelsohne Bitcoin. Kein Unternehmen, dessen Geschäftsmodell nicht durch die Blockchain bedroht ist. Der Hype um Bitcoin und Blockchain ist gigantisch. Doch was steckt wirklich hinter diesen Buzz-Wörtern? Es gibt den Kryptowährungshype, der maßgeblich von Spekulanten getrieben wird. Aber es gibt auch Geschäftsmodelle, die sich durch die dahinter liegende Technologie Blockchain verändern werden. Wir möchten anhand von vielen Beispielen zeigen, mit welchen Problemen Unternehmen zu kämpfen haben und welche Industrien sich verändern.

    Niemand durchdringt diesen Jungle derzeit vollständig und kann das Ende wirklich abschätzen, darum ist diese Folge ein erster Wissenszwischenstand. Bitcoin, Blockchain, Zukunftshype oder Revolution?

    ShownotesTOMORROW – Die Welt ist voller Lösungen; Marktkapitalisierung einzelner Kryptowährungen; Deine Firma wird in 10 Jahren Blockchain nutzen; Welt ohne Banken; Bitcoin Transaktionen pro Tag; Bug im Ethereum Wallet

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  2. Mike Monteiro – How to Fight Fascism

    Mike Monteiro’s talk on From Business to Buttons, on April 27 2017 in Stockholm. From Business to Buttons is the meeting place for everyone who wants hands-on advice on how to generate business value by creating great user experiences.

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  3. Siri is dying. Long live Susan Bennett. - Typeform blog

    Is Siri dying? The future of intelligent assistants

    “Solving is the focus of the next interface battlefield which will be fought across web, mobile, and a wide internet of things.”

    Adam Cheyer

    co-creator of Siri and Viv

    So what’s next? A big global brain that solves problems on the fly. That’s why Dag Kittlaus, Adam Cheyer, a third of the Siri team left Apple soon after Siri’s launch.

    On May 9th, 2016, Siri’s creators unveiled the future of intelligent assistants: Viv. Think of it as the new interface to the Internet—where all the apps you now interact with come together.

    Cheyer describes it as part of a Browse-Search-Solve paradigm shift:

    > Browse: humans do all the work by scrolling through posts of info.> Search: you ask an engine to help you find what you need.> Solve: humans and machines collaborate to get things done.

    You don’t just search for the local pizzeria. You tell your assistant that you want a large pepperoni and mushroom on your doorstep at 8pm, and it’s there. Tab and tip paid.

    Less than six months after launch, Viv was acquired by Samsung, who’s battling Apple for the top spot in the smartphone market. The irony.

    And competition will be stiff, with Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana, and Amazon Alexa all vying to be your go-to assistant of choice.

    It’ll be an AI-everywhere world. As Google CEO Sundar Pichai put it:

    “The next big step will be for the very concept of the ‘device’ to fade away. Over time, the computer itself—whatever its form factor—will be an intelligent assistant helping you through your day. We will move from mobile first to an AI first world.”

    We’re in the process of embedding ourselves inside a giant, ubiquitous computer. One that will learn from your behavior, and rewrite its own code to accomplish new tasks.

    And it’s not just about voice. The next generation of interfaces will be designed for all five senses—allowing people to exchange information in the most natural way for the task at hand.

    → Take our 2-min future of AI survey.

    We’re on the brink of realizing SRI’s original vision: human-like thinking machines that help people realize their potential. It won’t happen overnight, but I wouldn’t fall asleep for too long.

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  4. How Big is My Penis? (And Other Things We Ask Google)

    On the Internet, people say all kinds of things they’d never say aloud — about sex and race, about their true wants and fears. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz has spent years parsing the data. His conclusion: our online searches are the reflection of our true selves. In the real world, everybody lies.


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  5. Die Pop-Fabrik: So werden Hits gemacht

    Nicht nur der Sound der Pophits hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten stark verändert – auch die Art, wie sie geschrieben werden. Die großen Musiklabels und –verlage setzen stärker auf den kreativen Input von Songwritern. Viele Hits entstehen daher neuerdings in Songwriting Camps, in denen Komponisten und Produzenten in Teams zusammen arbeiten.

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  6. 262: CSS Grid with Rachel Andrew and Jen Simmons - ShopTalk

    Grid is getting a ton of support in modern browsers and so we’ve got a couple of grid experts in Jen Simmons and Rachel Andrew on to help us navigate the grid – what is it? When can we use it? How do flexbox and grid play together? What about Bootstrap?


    7:00 What is grid? And what does it mean?

    16:30 What’s the mobile story for grid?

    22:30 What is grid and why should someone be excited about it?

    27:40 What about all that extra CSS with grid?

    36:10 What’s autofill?

    47:40 How do flexbox and grid play together?

    1:01:02 When should you use something like Bootstrap?

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