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The Other Question Google Can’t Yet Answer

“Do intelligent beings inevitably develop an attitude problem?” – Steven Pinker In an article at Bloomberg.com, “Google Just Found the One Question It Can’t Yet Answer,” Jeremy Kahn discussed a recently published blog post by DeepMind, the Google artificial intelligence … Continue reading

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From Hermits to Heads of State – Games People Play II

My last post tried to put into visual perspective a bit of an overview of game theory since most of our common knowledge of game theory derives from the rather singularly myopic focus by the media on “zero sum games” … Continue reading

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Indie Animated Short – Games People Play I

No, you haven’t really missed anything of note as I have not posted anything for a couple of months due to real life getting in the way.  In reality, as follow up to the task I gave myself, I did … Continue reading

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Games Politicians Play

Just finished a great and timely article Making Sense of the Games Politicians Play (Businessweek, August 30, 2012).  It couldn’t be more appropriate now, not only with respect to the elections, but in helping confirm what I posted earlier and … Continue reading

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Games People Play – Introduction [FP]

Sorry that this is later in posting than planned.  Between this becoming a longer than anticipated labor in writing and with a bit of vacation interjected, too much time has passed.  So, onward… Whether we realize it or not, people … Continue reading

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