My thoughts on Blockchain and the Future of Work

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Ada Lovelace is regarded as the first person to recognize the full potential of a computing machine and the first computer programmer.

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This article was originally published in December of 2015 when I was a reporter at CORE Impulse (A passionate group of people from Columbia’s Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs dedicated to telling the stories of entrepreneurship).

In order to better understand the theory and its impact on our lives, I attended a talk at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, given by the astrophysicist and educator Dr. …

Tips and ways on how to answer this question!

This article was originally published in June of 2015 when I was a reporter at She Runs It (formerly Advertising Women of New York) . Since this topic comes up very often in a variety of circumstances ranging from cocktail parties to job interviews, I decided to publish it here as well in order to help you articulate your personal story.

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Leonardo DiCaprio telling his story at the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street”

Even if you are not tech-savvy, you have probably realized that technology is changing every aspect of our lives, from the way we learn, play, and communicate to how we collaborate and share information with each other.

The advent of the Internet has exposed people to an exponentially larger store of information; now knowledge access is easier and faster than ever. …

Let’s all agree on one thing first: you can’t answer this question with a simple “yes” or “no.” The more logical answer is, “It depends”.

If that’s the case, then the all-important next question is, “On what?”

The frustrating but true answer is that it depends on many things. On the field or science that you are studying, on your personality, even on the place that you are living in.

In this article I’ll share the view from both paths, the “yes” path and the “no” path. …


Penny Vasileiou

art & science. Above all I’m a flaneur.

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