Will better facial recognition mean we need to protect the right to lie?

Reputation, Reputation, Reputation

Will we someday need to advocate for the right to lie, because Google Glass could let wearers know you might be lying?

What’s Going On in the Workforce?

If you’ve never clicked on a video (or if you’ve clicked on all of them) in this newsletter…click on this one. Not only the best meeting I’ve been to this year—basically, the fundamental question I am asking with this blog.

Before we have self-driving cars, we’ll have self-driving trucks.

Robot-assisted surgery might be safer and more cost-effective than that featuring only humans.

Read one man’s story of how he automated the job of a co-worker…kinda by accident.

Robot security guard. That looks like a Dalek. Sort of.

From Partners

How does CEO pay increase stock distribution to shareholders at the expense of job creation? This new Roosevelt Institute report shows us the way.  And on a related note—Walmart really has figured out how to game the (tax) system.

Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability

Why do some sharing economy participants want to get paid for their “sharing?” Because they’re getting screwed by the economy in many other ways.

A good look at the Jackson Rising conference, and the movement behind democratization of the South’s economy.

Do you have an idea for a new sharing project in your community? Shareable wants to give you a grant of up to $1,000 to support it. Apply online before June 20th.


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