Tag: crisis

  • 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...

  • Stampettes. When central banks outperformed Ponzi

    It has been three years since I wrote a post in this blog in which I branded the dollar, and the euro because of the coordination of the monetary policies of the central banks of stamps, and six years ago I assumed that housing could go down in another post that also cost me to lose some friendship.....

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Emerging Systems X: Transparency

    Wikileaks has opened a jar of essences that had been there for a long time, but that either no one had noticed it or no one had managed to open it. The fact is that the U.S. Government has tried to close it by force, and not only has it not succeeded, but it is about to break it and scatter...

  • Why didn't I think of that?

    This was a foregone conclusion: economic growth based on indebtedness and speculation, growing inequalities between rich and poor, consumerism injected into our veins from early childhood, the lack of values beyond accumulating things that we do not have time to enjoy, throwing shit into the sea, into the air...

  • Crisis 4.0: It's a double vUe

    What happened on Thursday, May 6th at the New York Stock Exchange certifies the beginning of a new era, the end of the Capitalism that marked our way of thinking since the XVI Century. We are a lucky generation because we have been fortunate to live a change that happens every tens (hundreds) of generations. We are...

  • This is not the time to think

    We are at an ideal moment to act. Entrepreneurs and intra-entrepreneurs have a field full of possibilities right under our noses. If the change in which we are immersed does not seem obvious to you, I advise you to stop reading this post, but if you see it as something obvious and irreversible, I recommend that you read this post and...

  • What's going on? What can I do?

    What is happening? We are living through the worst crisis since 1929, we are at the turning point that will mark whether we overcome it now, or, if not, we have to go back to the crisis of the 17th century to find a worse one. There are contradictory signals, but one thing is certain, analysts are sure that...

  • Trends in change

    The most valuable product is knowledge, and the tendency is to give it out in the open. On this occasion I will not go into the whys and wherefores of this apparent contradiction, but rather postulate some trends that, I believe, derive from the enormous change in which we are immersed. In the first place, the decline of trade unionism in the global economy....

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