Abstract: The Problem of Big data is a thorough analysis of the use and philosophy of Big Data and its economic and political implications. The analysis is done through the lens of epistemology and the importance of framing knowledge creation around cultural and technological changes. Read the paper below or download to read offline.
The promise of big data and artificial intelligence to change society is an exciting concept to behold. The Economist highlighted data as the most valuable commodity in the world on the cover of their magazine, replacing oil for the top spot. Bigger and bigger sets of data matched with greater computing power is bound to […]
A list of global elites taking strong bear positions against cryptocurrency continues to grow by the day. The most recognizable in the news lately is Warren Buffet. Warren Buffet and his team at Berkshire Hathaway made sure to undress cryptocurrency at their recent shareholders meeting. What I find most interesting about Warren Buffet’s recent attack […]
Many who know me or follow my writings know that I discuss the concepts of entitlement, protectionism, and privilege on a regular basis. I have addressed these topics from a philosophical and economic view point often and believe these mindsets to be the foundation in our culture and economy currently. I find these to be […]
Today we celebrated the fifth Reno Works graduating class. We heard seven great stories of overcoming adversity, going from rock bottom back to success. I had the privilege of addressing the graduating class and renew our commitment to those wanting a second chance in our community. We will be working with the City of Reno to […]