My Dissertation, Natural Language Description of Emotion: General Theoretical Issues

Dissertations, especially in computer science, can be very technical and hard to explain to people who are not other computer...

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En Route to the Cashless Society

Over the last few months there have been a spate of articles on the evolution to a cashless society as...

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Disruptive Innovations and Large Companies

A few weeks ago I gave a seminar at an executive management class for a large, global company.  The class...

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Radical Individualism and the Common Good

A recent NY Times OpEd, The Downside of Liberty, has generated quite a bit of discussion.  It was written by...

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The USAID-Citi Mobile Money Alliance

Last month, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and Citi announced a partnership aimed at accelerating mobile money adoption...

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Strategy and Execution in an Increasingly Complex World

I recently read a good, short article in strategy+business (s&b), the management magazine published by the global consulting firm Booz...

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Towards a Hyperconnected, Digital Economy

For the past couple of decades we have been talking about the evolution to a new, Internet-based digital economy.  This...

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Rethinking Personal Data

In 2010, the World Economic Forum (WEF), launched a project on Rethinking Personal Data.  The project brought together experts from...

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Digital Common Law

On May 30 and 31 I attended a meeting in Washington, the Rights and Bytes: Law and Big Data Workshop.

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Fifty Years of Memories

On June 1 and 2 I was in Chicago to participate in the 50th high school reunion of the University...

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