Happy holiday break! At least, that is it for me. So this week I skip a full newsletter but I share the articles I captured during the week roughly. Normally I use my Sunday evening and Monday to go through the newsletters and RSS feeds of last week, but I respect my holidays… I finished a planned-to-be-Monthly update though for Cities of Things. It feels it can use some more work but I share it as a moment of refecting; the Web3-ownership model deserves fleshing out more; we had some first thought exchange at General Seminar of last week on stewardship vs ownership vs responsibility. I might update the post later ;-)
For now let me wish you a great year-ending although we are still in a lockdown here, so no big parties and no fireworks… See you in 2022!
|10 – predictive systems shaping an ownership economy|
“In this reflective blog I like to dive into one of the fundamental concepts of Cities of Things that is touched upon in several posts but deserve a specific fleshing out I think; the active and initiating role of the bottom-up based network of objects that builds a Cities of Things, what makes a Cities of Things stand out other smart city concepts.”
|The Web3 Renaissance: A Golden Age for Content – by Li Jin|
Good overview of the shift Web3 is all about, and a starting point for reflection.
|‘Starting to freak us out’: Robot’s realistic response stuns engineers – NZ Herald|
“Engineers behind a new Ameca robot have admitted its realism was ‘freaky’” It is by design I would say…
|Mobileye Launches Pilot For Autonomous, On-Demand Car Service In Paris|
“Riders will be able to use the service through Moovit, the Israeli smart transit data company Intel bought last year.”
Back with full edition next week!