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Adjacent Possible 538 implied HN points 11 May 23
  1. Project Tailwind is an experimental 'tool for thought' being developed with Google
  2. Project Tailwind uses a 'source-grounded AI' approach to assist with research and information exploration
  3. Features of Project Tailwind include creating on-the-fly glossaries and suggesting additional product features based on uploaded materials
From The Future 294 implied HN points 17 Jul 23
  1. A new era called The Great Interruption seems to be approaching, freeing us from the constant distractions and reclaiming our attention
  2. Information and attention have always been intertwined, impacting humanity's growth and evolution
  3. Interest Grids could be the future of organizing our attention, helping us navigate a world inundated with information and distractions
Makers Station 19 implied HN points 22 Feb 23
  1. Current bookmark managers are outdated and inefficient in managing web-related information.
  2. A new tool is needed with features like automatic saving, content enrichment, and knowledge base creation for optimal information management.
  3. Users need a tool that helps them easily find and access information, even after long periods of time, in today's digital age.
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Joshua Gans' Newsletter 0 implied HN points 22 May 23
  1. Estonia leads the world in having the most $1 billion-plus valued start-ups per capita, showcasing a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem.
  2. Estonia has achieved an outstanding digital society, with a government that operates paperlessly and based on the principle of entering information only once, setting a new standard for efficiency and convenience.
  3. The success of Estonia's digital transformation was not immediately evident in the physical environment, highlighting the importance of deliberate legal and political decisions driving technological advancements.
Joshua Gans' Newsletter 0 implied HN points 23 Oct 20
  1. Pre-risk assessment is crucial for better allocation of Covid-19 tests. Higher pre-risk means test results carry more weight.
  2. CDC's protocol for point-of-care tests at nursing homes considers pre-risk, but lacks specific numerical data. More granular information would enhance testing protocols.
  3. Contact tracing apps could be leveraged to assess pre-risk levels, aiding in more accurate test allocation without compromising privacy.