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The difference between what people believe and facts.
A mere 0.5 percent of all major projects are completed as planned and within budget. Have the pessimists FINALLY found something they're right about? One might think so, but...
💡 Optimist's Edge: By becoming really good at using AI tools, amateurs can perform better than experts.
💡 Prize competitions accelerate innovation by both crowdsourcing ideas and financing.
Something called the internet was growing at 2300 percent per year. But it was dismissed as a fad. Jeff Bezos used Optimist's Edge to make a life-changing decision. You can do that too.
💡 Self-driving cars will look different and be much cheaper to travel, meaning a freedom revolution for people with disabilities.
Few humans can drive at 200 miles per hour, like an F1 driver, and it is very dangerous to do so. But that would be easy peasy for an autonomous vehicle.
Weekly editorials on how to understand and create the future.
"If I saw a child with a jetpack flying over me, I would believe anything is possible. I would be inspired. Doesn't that make the world a better place?"
Newsweek named Stockholm Europe's internet capital. Swedes had the most computers and the best broadband in the world. From the Swedish IT miracle, Skype, Spotify, and many other unicorns were born. What can we learn from that as we now try to create AI miracles?
AI-generated disinformation is the biggest global threat, says 1500 experts. That's nonsense.
Also, tips on how to read 100 books a year. Reading so many books requires discipline, but is easier than one might think.
Four reading tips for Christmas. Everything from a history of the electronic era to the creator of Spaceballs.
Tonight, the book "The Centaur's Edge", co-authored by me and WALL-Y, is being released. Everyone who purchases the book will get an AI tool, allowing you to talk to the book, about the book.
Humanity is facing its greatest change ever, according to Tony Seba. Some call him a naive, foolish optimist, but Seba has repeatedly been proven right and his critics wrong. A tip is to listen to him this time.
President Biden's AI regulation is vague and at the same time EXTREMELY specific. If we had regulated the internet in the same way, it would have seriously hampered our development. Also: We reveal which movie Biden watched that influenced his determination to regulate AI.
Paul Ehrlich calls himself an eternal optimist, but he is the greatest pessimist of our time. Because he makes the most common and serious mistake that pessimists make.
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Meet the naysayers who thrive on doom, hog the spotlight - and get almost everything wrong.
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All experts were wrong. No one thought it was possible to get corona vaccines this fast. How was this possible? Daniel Åhlin writes about one of humanity's greatest achievements in this E-book.
2020 has been a very special year in space and in space-related activities. It has seen a long series of breakthroughs that have changed the way we think about space – here are the top 20.
Facts and optimism make it attainable to spot the opportunities in a changing world. The possibilities that most people miss because they have the wrong facts, or don't think they are doable because they are pessimistic. In this book you learn about "Optimist's Edge".
Our Warp News Experts write to help you to look into and understand the future.
Consumption of meat is declining in large parts of the world, while we are eating more plant-based foods. Virus outbreaks and pandemics seem to be accelerating this development, says Warp News Food Tech expert Daniel Skavén Ruben.
We already know that meat production, trawling, and one-sided farming in mega-format are environmental culprits with an end date. But now new types of climate-smart food are being developed.
Over the past decade, we have had an increasingly vocal debate about the responsibility of platforms and the future of freedom of expression. Nicklas Berild Lundblad believes that there is reason to be optimistic about the development.
The coronavirus has kidnapped our brain. The development is much more positive than most people are aware of, says Mouna Esmaeilzadeh, doctor, neuroscientist, entrepreneur, and not least Warp News Expert in Health Tech.
We already know that meat production, trawling, and monoculture farming in mega formats are environmental culprits with an end date. But there is new climate-smart food being developed – and it's happening fast.
The interest in space has not been this great in 50 years. We are on our way back to the Moon, and the sight is set on Mars. Why does this happen now? This and much more is answered by former astronaut and Warp News space expert, Christer Fuglesang.