Weekly Kaizen – Dec 18th – Lazy Work Good Work

A bit later than usual, next weekly Kaizen is scheduled for this Sunday the 25th. This week we will take another look into A.I. including Jarvis, Facebook’s new A.I. system, why lazy work is good work, active vs passive investing and mental models.

Google vs AWS

Originally linked by Oldschoolvalue in their weekly curated links email, an article on what Google is focusing on to win clients and developers for their Google Cloud Platform.

How Google Is Challenging AWS

The Great A.I. Awakening

Following up on last weeks content on A.I. , this week an article by the New York times on the development of A.I., since A.I. is one the most promising technology’s expect this to become a reoccurring topic in Weekly Kaizen.

The Great A.I. Awakening

Facebook has also just announced their new A.I. developing platform, Jarvis:

Mark Zuckerberg on building Jarvis

Interview with Fast Company

Lazy work Good work

What have John D. Rockefeller, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Mozart and Warren Buffett in common? They all took time out of their day to be alone and think, Morgan Housel wrote an article on the importance of good work that first looks lazy: Lazy work, Good Work

Active vs Passive investing

What is better? Get in and out of stocks dozens of times a year or buy/sell a couple of stocks a year? Read Aswath Damodarn blog post on active vs Passive investing.

Alternatively you can what his video:

Mental Models

The last link of this week is to an article written in July by Gabriel Weinberg on Mental Models, critical if you want to become a better learner, understand and link your knowledge on different subjects.

Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful

 

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Weekly Kaizen – Dec 11th -The Future of Cities

The Future of Cities

Two videos on cities, one by Oscar Byson and the other by Wired on Shenzhen:

Shenzhen: The Silicon Valley of Hardware (Full Documentary) | Future Cities | WIRED:

Can we build AI without loosing control?

In September Sam Harris gave a TED talk on the potential dangers of AI and what it could mean for humanity.

Backgammon and Google’s Financial Discipline

We end this weekly Kaizen with two articles from Bloomberg, the first is on Backgammon and why it’s more appealing than ever, the second article goes deeper into the events at Google that let to the shut down of some high profiled projects:

America’s Best Backgammon Player Works at Goldman Sachs

Google Makes So Much Money, It Never Had to Worry About Financial Discipline—Until Now

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