Thanksgiving: Did you already know?

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bill Bryson is one of my favorite writers. Bob's blog entries Bill Bryson Christmas shopping Depression first Thanksgiving feast Made in America: An Informal History of the English Language in the United States New England Plymouth colony President Lincoln Puritans Thanksgiving: Did you already know Here is a brief excerpt from Made in America: An Informal History of the English Language in the United States (1998).

Thanksgiving: Did you already know?

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bill Bryson is one of my favorite writers. Bob''s blog entries Bill Bryson Christmas shopping Depression first Thanksgiving feast New England Plymouth colony President Lincoln Puritans Thanksgiving: Did you already know Here is a brief excerpt from Made in America: An Informal History of the English Language in the United States (1998). When a celebration was deemed in order, the Puritans were delighted to let their hair down.

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Thanksgiving: Did you already know?

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bill Bryson is one of my favorite writers. Bob's blog entries Bill Bryson Christmas shopping Depression first Thanksgiving feast New England Plymouth colony President Lincoln Puritans Thanksgiving: Did you already know

Governance in the Age of AI

Harvard Business

Leading AI researchers De Kai and Joanna Bryson join Azeem Azhar to discuss the state of governance and accountability in the age of AI. Government Policy Technology Audio

Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 11/25/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

I hope that at least a few of these recent posts will be of interest to you: BOOK REVIEWS The Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business Duff McDonald Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives — How Your Friends’ Friends’ Friends Affect […].

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Designing Responsible AI

Harvard Business

University of Bath professor Joanna Bryson, a leading AI researcher, discusses the opportunities and consequences of developing human-like computational intelligence. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review. Technology Business processes Policy Audio

Disparity of Perception and Reality

Decker Communication

This, of course, happened this last weekend with the US Open and Bryson DeChambeau’s impressive win. I believe that’s what Bryson did by practicing to win. I love to watch golf on TV. My kids laugh at me, because when they walk into my room late at night, I am frequently watching replays that I viewed earlier in the day.

HBR Presents: Exponential View

Harvard Business

In this episode, he speaks with University of Bath professor Joanna Bryson on the kind of professional and ethical standards that need to be put in place as AI continues to grow as an industry. Entrepreneur, investor, and podcast host Azeem Azhar looks at some of the biggest issues at the intersection of technology and society, with a focus this season on artificial intelligence.

The Salary Gap Between Stingy and Generous Companies Is Growing

Harvard Business Review

Davis of the Boston Census Research Data Center, Richard Freeman of NBER, and Alex Bryson of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research — looked at workers’ earnings*, as well as how much companies were paying in wages per worker. What’s behind rising income inequality: the pay difference between janitors and CEOs, or the gap between how well different employers pay each position? Income inequality in the U.S. has historically more about the former.