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China Scale: the New Sandbox to Battle-Test Innovative Technology

My 87-year old grandmother lives in a senior home located in the suburb of Shenyang, an industrial sprawl in the Northeastern region of China. She’s tech savvy. She uses three apps to

Cadre: Automated Investing with Leonid Movsesyan

Real estate is an asset that is not straightforward to invest in. Real estate can generate excellent returns for investors, but can require much more time and expertise than stocks.

Engineering Philosophy with Tyler Cowen

Tyler Cowen’s book Stubborn Attachments outlines a framework that individuals can use to make decisions grounded in economic philosophy. In his previous books, Tyler examined recent

Anatomy of Next: New World with Mike Solana

Mars is a cold, inhospitable planet far from earth. It presents one of the most complex challenges faced by engineers: how can we create a new world? To create a new world, first we have

Likewar: The Weaponization of Social Media with P.W. Singer

Social media has transformed our lives. It has also transformed how wars are fought. P.W. Singer’s new book “Likewar: The Weaponization of Social Media” describes the far-reaching