Clo: mother, teacher, girl geek and tech optimist. Author of « Digital Marketing like a PRO », the handbook for anyone with a digital pulse. Lazy sins: enjoys listening to podcasts while taking a bubble bath. And hopes AI will do her groceries.
This has been a lazy week - just me and a dog called Sudo.
🎧 Scattered on the Wind by Sophie Hutchings (2020)
📖 The Wizard and the Prophet by Charles C. Mann (2018)
🔴 5 Hours of YouTube SEO and Marketing by SEMrush (2020)
It's not just the U.S., China and Russia who are embedding artificial intelligence into their military systems. The U.K., Israel, Brazil, Australia, South Korea and Iran are also investing in military AI. China's private-public co-operative model…
Clo WillaertsAfter the Cold War and the Oil Wars, the Data Wars:
“U.S., China and Russia are embedding artificial intelligence into their military systems.
The U.K., Israel, Brazil, Australia, South Korea and Iran are also investing in military AI.”
SINGAPORESINGAPORE (Reuters) - The amount of plastic waste flowing into the ocean and killing marine life could triple in the next 20 years, unless companies and governments can drastically reduce plastic production, a new study published on…
Clo Willaerts“Big plastic makers, including ExxonMobil, Dow and Chevron Phillips Chemical, have said they are committed to tackling plastic pollution, despite increasing production.”
This same plastic industry has lobbied against government bans on single-use plastic
Tesla is about to get into the auto insurance game, CEO Elon Musk announced Wednesday. On a call with investors, Musk said that Tesla is in the process of “building” what he called a “major insurance company,” Business…
Clo WillaertsThe data on the driver’s behavior in traffic to determine their insurance rate would be collected through the car’s sensors. With the exception of photos and videos, your car knows more about the real you than you might think.
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Clo WillaertsThe ultimate nightmare for anyone in the hospitality and events sector: to have hosted an event that turns out to be a superspreader: “Many scientists say such infection bursts - probably sparked by a single, highly infectious individual who may show no signs of illness and unwittingly share an enclosed space with many others - are driving the pandemic.'