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The Right and Wrong Ways to Regulate Self-Driving Cars

Harvard Business Review

Startups and major tech companies, notably Alphabet’s Google X division , are investing heavily in smart car technology, as are network ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. This means self-driving cars have shifted from a period of wild experimentation directly to market adoption — what Paul Nunes and I describe in our 2013 HBR article as “big bang” disruption. Harnessing the power of machine learning and other technologies.

“A Friend of a Friend” Is No Longer the Best Way to Find a Job

Harvard Business Review

If you go to job-searching workshops — and I went to more than 50 in the course of studying the contemporary hiring landscape in 2013 and 2014 — you will be told weak ties are the key. If the technologies that help us look for a job have changed in significant ways, I reasoned, it’s likely that the ways we get information about jobs have also changed. That’s a dramatic change from the 1970s, and the most obvious driver is our wildly altered media ecology.