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Generative AI: autocomplete for everything

noahpinion.substack.com · Dec 01

A joint blog post by Noah and roon on the future of work in the age of AI

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FTX’s Collapse Was a Crime, Not an Accident

coindesk.com · Dec 01

Sam Bankman-Fried is a con man and fraudster of historic proportions. But you might not learn that from the New York Times, CoinDesk's Chief Insights Columnist David Z. Morris writes.

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House Judiciary Republicans delete 'Kanye. Elon. Trump.' tweet as rapper praises Hitler

nbcnews.com · Dec 02

Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee had tweeted in apparent support of Ye on Oct. 6. The tweet was removed Thursday.

Shared by @JoshKraushaar and one other.
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Trump's Elevation of Anti-Semites Isn't New

newsletters.theatlantic.com · Dec 01

The man who dined with anti-Semites is the same man who ran for president in 2016. Many just didn't want to see it.

Shared by @Yair_Rosenberg and one other.
Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) · Dec 02
RT @Yair_Rosenberg: "Trump’s unrepentant rendezvous with racists was many things, but it was not surprising. After all, he and his allies h…
Jeffrey Goldberg (@JeffreyGoldberg) · Dec 01
RT @Yair_Rosenberg: In September 2016, I wrote a piece titled "Why a vote for Trump is a vote for mainstreaming antisemitism." Today, I wro…
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Why Did the Oath Keepers Do It?

theatlantic.com · Dec 01

What was the point of an insurrection that, in the end, was about nothing?

Shared by @RadioFreeTom and one other.
Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) · Dec 02
RT @HarryChancey: Great read from ⁦@RadioFreeTom⁩. I’d add this. Oath Keepers are classic True Believers stuck somewhere between “Heimat” a…
Jeffrey Goldberg (@JeffreyGoldberg) · Dec 02
RT @TheAtlantic: "And just what did the Oath Keepers intend to do had they won the day? ... In the end, it was a rebellion about nothing,"…
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'Monuments to the Unthinkable' explores how nations can memorialize their atrocities

npr.org · Dec 01

In How the Word Is Passed, author Clint Smith explored U.S. sites that deal with the legacy of slavery. Now, in The Atlantic, he writes about German memorials to the Holocaust.

Sam Bankman-Fried, Effective Altruism, and the Question of Complicity

newyorker.com · Dec 01

Leaders of the social movement had no way to know that FTX would collapse. But they also had every incentive to ignore warnings.

LAWSUIT: New York can’t target protected online speech by calling it ‘hateful conduct’

thefire.org · Dec 01

Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression sued New York Attorney General Letitia James, challenging a new state law that forces websites and apps to address online speech that someone, somewhere finds humiliating or vilifying.

Expiration Dates Are Meaningless

theatlantic.com · Dec 01

“When in doubt, throw it out” doesn’t cut it anymore.

Shared by @JeffreyGoldberg and one other.
Jeffrey Goldberg (@JeffreyGoldberg) · Dec 02
RT @Saahil_Desai: "Milk that has already soured or curdled can—get this—still be perfectly safe to consume. (In fact, it makes for fluffy p…
Amanda Mull (@amandamull) · Dec 01
RT @yeahyeahyasmin: Wrote about my favorite thing to ignore: expiration dates theatlantic.com/health/archive…
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