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Are We Sure That Google Drones and Google Robots Know About 'Don’t Be Evil'?

In a Business Insider article, “Why Google Is Making Massive, Crazy Bets On Drones And Robots,” reporter Megan Rose Dickey explains that Google is expanding itself from the virtual world to the physical world by noting that Google has just purchased a drone maker and a military robotics maker on top of its driverless car venture and Google glasses. Apr 19, 2014 12:28 PM PT

They Win, Part Three: Institutions, Not Ideology, Dominate Our World

Today, much of our world does, indeed, seem to be shaped and determined by unaccountable institutions, public and private, and the unaccountable institutionalists who run them. Yet most of the time, the power of these institutions goes unquestioned by the public at large; that is, managerial power – public, private, public/private – is so pervasive that it is simply assumed to be the natural and inevitable order of things. Mar 5, 2014 9:53 AM PT

They Win, Part 2—The Man Who Saw It Coming

In the first installment of this trilogy, we explored how many big decisions in America are made as the result of institutional behavior, as opposed to any sort of ideology, left or right. That is, institutions have their own gravity, and their own momentum--and often there’s no stopping them. Feb 21, 2014 7:18 AM PT

They Win: Institutions, Not Ideology, Dominate Our World

They are winning. They are in charge. But who is They? It’s not the Democrats--they have lost the House, probably for many years to come, and they could well lose the Senate this November. And Barack Obama is a very lame duck; does anybody think he personally controls much of anything? Indeed, polls show that if the 2012 presidential were done over, Mitt Romney would defeat him Feb 17, 2014 8:26 AM PT

FDA Holds Up Vaccine, Bexsero, That Could Stifle Meningitis Outbreaks

Meningitis is an infection of the brain, spinal cord, or other nerve tissue. The disease is usually traced to one of five different strains of the meningococcus bacteria, which can cripple or kill; recently, worldwide, as many as 4000 people have died each year of the disease. Jan 24, 2014 10:04 PM PT


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