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The case against teaching kids to be polite to Alexa

When parents tell kids to respect AI assistants, what kind of future are we preparing them for? (Fast Company)

Uh-oh: Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system

In China, scoring citizens’ behavior is official government policy. U.S. companies are increasingly doing something similar, outside the law. (Fast Company)

People are falling off buildings in search of the perfect Instagram shot

In pursuit of clicks, likes, and followers, a growing number of daredevils are risking injury or even death. What can we do about that? (Fast Company)

Why we shouldn’t let AI write for us

Artificial intelligence will benefit business in myriad ways. But AI that writes for us should be rejected completely. (Computerworld)

Remote work 2.0 — when WFH really means 'work from anywhere'

Many companies have embraced a work-from-home model, but most aren’t prepared for what comes next. Here’s what to expect and how to get ready. (Computerworld)

How I learned to stop worrying and love the splinternet

The web was never going to be worldwide. The idea of one single global internet is an obsolete fantasy. (Computerworld)

Why I love Starbucks

Confession: I'm one of those annoying people who hang out in coffee joints for hours on end, either chatting, doing business deals or working on their laptops. Before you judge, hear me out! (