Tag: complex systems

  • Microsoft's IAG in OpenAI: impact on global military strategy.

    Microsoft's IAG in OpenAI: impact on global military strategy.

    In a world where Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) is within reach, Microsoft-backed OpenAI stands at the epicenter of a new era of global military strategy. In this article, we look at how AGI may redefine international defense and security tactics, triggering an unprecedented shift in geostrategy. From the...

  • Review: Steven Johnson's Good Ideas

    The Good Ideas. A natural history of innovation. STEVEN JOHNSON 2010 Explains the mechanisms of innovation based on those of nature. A book that is the result of the integration of a lot of information; pleasant to read and thought-provoking. Steven Johnson captured my attention with his Emerging Systems in 2001, a book in which he compiled the work of...

  • Emergency times and rules to survive them

    Yes, we are also in the situation produced by some disasters; but now I refer to the emergency as the power that goes from the bottom up. To the emerging systems, and not to the wars between governments and speculators or between supporters of the Dollar and the Euro; wars in which we are only tokens of...

  • What does a social network need to look like to work?

    If you want to build a social network and you look at those that have already been successful, such as Facebook, you will be late in the Web 2.0 evolutionary race; bear in mind that the successful social networks in 2006 were better than those of 2005 and worse than those that emerged in 2007, that is why, in...

  • Free software is leading the way

    Perhaps the most difficult thing to assume about the change we are living and the new world that will result is that sharing is the way to win. Our brains are not prepared for this; we can be ethical or good, it doesn't matter, in our heritage, winning and sharing are different things, almost at odds with each other. And it is likely to cost us more than one....

  • Lewis Thomas defined emerging systems in 1973

    Above all, we must preserve the absolute unpredictability and total improbability of our interconnected minds. Then we can keep all possibilities open, as we have done in the past. It would be nice to have better methods of monitoring changes, to be able to recognize them as they are occurring... Perhaps computers can make this possible, although it...

  • My reading of #spanishrevolution II Justification

    There is a tool that works on Twitter tags and it is called hashtagify. If we start by telling it to paint us the tags most related to #leysinde we find the following: With a correlation of 16% with #leysinde we get the tag #nolesvotes, #nolesvotes correlates in turn to 17% with #spanishrevolution and #spanishrevolution....

  • My reading of #spanishrevolution

    You are wrong if you are looking for leaders behind what happened after the May 15 rallies. Forget conspiracy theories, this has been born from the bottom up, it is an emerging phenomenon and obeys different laws. Let me explain, half a year ago the so-called Sinde Law was debated in Parliament, which...

  • A world governed by cash flow and driven by entropy

    There are many clichés that can qualify this convulsive world we live in. We can go to the causes; it can be said that we live disoriented as we question values that we did not even know were ours. We can see the consequences, an economic crisis of the past, a social crisis of the present and an environmental crisis of the future. The truth is that it is difficult...

  • Cooperative negotiation for networking times

    I return to the subject of negotiation because I believe that this technique determines the outcome of the interactions we have. I mean, being predisposed to collaborate or compete with the person who comes in front of us means, regardless of the outcome of the negotiation, that a good or bad atmosphere is generated. It is logical to think that if a...

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