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Innovation Intelligence Review #12

AI and Neuroscience, Cryptoeconomy, Digital Monopolism, Financial Crimes, Privacy, SOCMINT, War, Essay

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AI, neurosciences, there is no correspondence in the computational complexity between a human and an artificial neuron and this leads to rethinking the structure of deep learning, science intelligence by Quanta

Cryptoeconomy (1) and banks: the history of innovation is littered with examples that can be traced back to the famous phrase of Mahatma Gandhi ‘First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.’. The attitude of the traditional financial system and the establishment over the last ten years towards cryptocurrencies is proof of this, innovation intelligence by NYT

Cryptoeconomy (2), decentralised cities, Vitalik Buterin’s lucubrations on how local govs can develop in a decentralized environment starting from the (few) cases currently in place, crypto intelligence by Vitalik Buterin

Economy, digital capitalism, the analysis of digital monopolies, and their power towards the different stackholders, having as an example Amazon, by LEM Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa

Finance and crimes, analysis of the AML action with reference to transactions in the various financial sectors and the possibility of abuse of massive surveillance, finance intelligence by EY

Privacy (1) and surveillance capitalism, in this very recent analysis Shoshana Zuboff, which deserves credit for having awakened people (some) about the undisturbed destruction of individual privacy by the private and public digital establishment in the last twenty years, begins to ask questions on how to remedy the problem. Luckily she has lost all hope on the collaboration with the private sector, to which she had naively appealed in the past, and now she is aiming a bit confusedly at the public one: I think she will be disappointed this time too, social intelligence by NYT

Privacy (2), ads and competition: the difficulty of creating rules that consider the real needs of all interested stakeholders about data is the reason why the right regulation is still to come, social intelligence by Benedict Evans

Social networks and harmfulness, the TRESCA project is a Horizon cooperation and it’s primary goal is understanding how science communication can help rebuild trust in science and scientific experts. The project conducted a survey on how mentally harmful social networks are considered to be for European citizens: the results are surprising even if their articulation is complex, SOCMINT by TRESCA

War, China, the changed geo-economic climate can lead China to strike first, as history teaches: excellent analysis on possible scenarios, geopolitics by The Atlantic

Web 3.0, basics for dummy, the useful historical-functional relationship between Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and 3.0, internet intelligence by Younes Henni, PhD

Essay 🧐

How the concept of financial risk was born in 12th century in Italy, by Aeon Magazine Psyche

Analysis of the major autocracies in the world: are we sure that, in addition to the interference as described in the article, also the liberal democracies in which we live are effectively and structurally free? by The Atlantic

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