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The Asianometry Newsletter 1861 implied HN points 05 Jul 23
  1. The semiconductor industry shifted to producing 3-D transistors like the FinFET for better control over the channels.
  2. Classical scaling involved shrinking transistor dimensions to improve performance, power, and area gains.
  3. 3-D transistor designs like FinFETs and Gate all around are pushing semiconductor technology forward, but come with added complexity and cost.
Implications, by Scott Belsky 471 implied HN points 19 Dec 23
  1. Society evolves as wild concepts become mainstream, like connected appliances and AI-powered persona designers.
  2. The future of entertainment will focus on shared, authentic, non-scalable experiences over high-tech extravagance.
  3. Scarcity and authenticity will be essential in the next wave of digital experiences, emphasizing uniqueness and community connections.
Sucks to Suck 707 implied HN points 13 Jun 23
  1. Software designers should be eager for the success of new technologies like AR/VR for continued employment opportunities.
  2. Apple's new AR/VR headset, Vision, follows a historical pattern of product launches indicating a potential for success.
  3. An important consideration for the future of Vision is whether it will evolve to address hardware design, pricing, and human possibilities.
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Learning Machine 39 implied HN points 11 Feb 24
  1. Seek out hedonic escalators - activities that keep increasing fun instead of adapting to a baseline.
  2. Advocate for neuro rights to protect free will, mental privacy, and personal identity as technology advances.
  3. Use simple filters, like a boring-sounding name, to attract genuinely interested audiences for better engagement.
AI Disruption 0 implied HN points 28 Apr 24
  1. Elon Musk sees China as a leader in electric cars and believes all cars will eventually be electric.
  2. Musk's visit to Beijing likely had the dual purpose of exploring new electric vehicles at the auto show and discussing Tesla's self-driving technology with Chinese leaders.
  3. The future of cars will be electric and self-driving, with China excelling in electric car technology while the US and Europe show less enthusiasm for new electric vehicles.
Hazy Bridge 0 implied HN points 13 Jul 23
  1. Self-driving cars offer increased safety by eliminating human error on the roads.
  2. Self-driving cars can optimize traffic flow and reduce congestion through 24/7 operation.
  3. Self-driving cars enhance accessibility for individuals with limited mobility and offer productivity and convenience benefits for all passengers.
SpaceDotBiz 0 implied HN points 28 Sep 23
  1. Lori Garver played a crucial role in the success of commercial space programs at NASA, preventing early defunding and supporting SpaceX.
  2. Certain government space products and services, like launch vehicles and data, can be more efficiently purchased commercially rather than built internally.
  3. Efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in the aerospace industry require intentional actions from leadership, programs like the Brooke Owens Fellowship show positive impact.
Links I Would Gchat You If We Were Friends 0 implied HN points 29 May 15
  1. The Internet is seeing a rise in the use of Esperanto, a language intended for global unity.
  2. There is a possibility that in the future, technology may enable people to upload their brains to machines, posing a question about eternal consciousness.
  3. Silicon Valley workers are reportedly facing challenges related to love and intimacy, leading to an interest in potential reality TV content.
Links I Would Gchat You If We Were Friends 0 implied HN points 13 Feb 15
  1. Computers may change us rather than just making us better at human tasks like traditional tools do.
  2. Operation Match, a 50-year-old 'app,' had similarities to modern online dating platforms like Tinder.
  3. A bot named Tinderbox takes Tinder to the next level by treating people as data entries within the app.