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    1. Facebook has warned that it may pull out of Europe if the Irish data protection commissioner enforces a ban on sharing data with the US,

      WE have to analyse this sentence since it is the key aspect of digital policy. Could you follow-up

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    1. Facebook released a new open source translator which translates directly between language. It bypasses English as previously used 'bridge language' for translations from - for example - Chinese to French.

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    1. is director of the Chair for Diplomacy and Cyberspace

      ||kat_hone|| This sounds strange. I guess, he is director and chair.

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    1. ||VladaR|| It is clear that standards are picking-up. Let us prepare for follow-up on it.

    2. US National Security Agency (NSA) established the Center for Cybersecurity Standards in order to deal with increasing dependence on commercial products to secure National Security Systems.

      The NSA Center for Cybersecurity Standards will focus on:

      • 5G Security
      • Cybersecurity Automation
      • Platform Resilience
      • Cryptographic Algorithms
      • Security Protocols

      Cybersecurity standards will play increasing relevance in digital realm.

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      Actors: 3GPP; ATIS; IEEE; IETF; ISO; IEC; OASIS; IETF; TCG; NIST; ANSI

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    1. Diplo's coverage of critical and emerging technologies https://docs.google.com/document/d/10H8Pat1GnRNGdCS21pjafqYGQwhYNPkCcBufAqhPCCA/edit?usp=sharing

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    2. National Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technologies, issued by the President of the USA in October 2020, addresses two main areas: 1) Promoting national security innovation base: incentivise science and technology develpoment, lead the development of worldwide standards and norms that reflect democratic values, develop multistakeholder National Security Innovation Base, build technology partnerships with like-minded partners

      2) Protect technology advantage: prevent IP theft and enhance research security, require security in design, strenthen export laws and regimes for technology, engage private sector to understand future strategic vulnerabilities, secure supply chain.

      The Strategy identifies two main S&T competitors: China and Russia and their activities that may undermine the USA's interests. One of the challenges for the USA is power of the whole-of-government approach to S&T developments in China and Russia.

      On international level, the Strategy argues for adopting rules and policies reflecting the US interests as well as cooperation among like-minded countries.

      The Strategy outlines 20 critical and emerging technologies. The major breakthroughs will be happening in intersections among these technologies. Thus, the Strategy argues for the holistic approach to development of critical and science technologies.

      Other concepts promoted in the Strategy are:

      • forecasting of tech developments,
      • technology risk management,
      • research security in academic and research institutions.
      • use of export law regulations

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    3. UNITED STATESGOVERNMENT CRITICAL AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIESLIST

      Monitor these areas.

    4. Our market-oriented approach will allow us to prevail against state-directed models that produce waste and disincentivize innovation, but we willalso protect ourselves from unfair competitionand prevent the use of our technology for authoritarian activities

      who is thee engine of growth?

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    1. It is useful document for developing meta-data.

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  2. Oct 2020
    1. 6 Microsoft teams features Zoom doesn't have.

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    1. Amazon clashes with the trade unions in the UK. Major trade unions complain about Amazon's practice including gruelling conditions, unrealistic productivity targets, surveillance, bogus self-eemployement and a refusal to recognise or engage with unions unless forced.

      They propose:

      • Better union access to workplaces.
      • The banning of zero hours contracts.
      • Stronger laws to protect supply chain workers.
      • Ending “bogus” self-employment.
    2. They said workers have described gruelling conditions, unrealistic productivity targets, surveillance, bogus self-employment and a refusal to recognise or engage with unions unless forced.

      Problems in relations Amazon - workers

    3. In a joint statement with the GMB union, the TUC called on the government to improve workers’ conditions through an upcoming employment bill but also to force Amazon’s hand by using its powers as a client of the company.

      Trade unions are putting pressure on governmetns as both law maker and major contractor of Amazon

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    1. Global Governance through Multi-stakeholder Deliberation as a Driver of Inequality

      Different view: article arguing that multi-stakeholder deliberation is a driver of inequality

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    1. what about creating something similar for digital policy or cybersecurity (based on Speech Generator)?

      ||Jovan||||VladaR||||JovanNj||

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    1. Natural human biases in decision making, including confirmation, availability, and anchoring biases, often cause us to shut down the range of solutions too early.

      Need to avoid these biases.

    2. “Why is this so?”

      We need to regain capacity to ask this simple quesiton 'Why is this so?'

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    1. The next he was in discussions about a Serbian telecoms deal.

      Serbian telecoms deals ware discussed in VIP bordels. BTW, it is an excellent coverage of VIP prostitute industry worldwide.

      ||Jovan|| ||VladaR||||MilicaVK||||ArvinKamberi||||NatasaPerucica||||djordjej||

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    1. The big guns of Silicon Valley, Google and Facebook, are in the race to bring high-speed broadband to Africa via submarine cables.

      Cable scramble for Africa.

      ||Jovan||

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    1. Insight

      For our communication we can use more this 'I' trinity

      Insight (insights from Diplo5 AI and data system) Impact (impact worldwide on diplomacy and governance) Inclusion (involve countries, communities and citizens who are missing in current debates).

      We can also play with I from Diplo logo.

      ||Jovan||

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    1. It is becoming clear that our Diplo5 focus is moving into right directions: a) focus on consolidating our data (Textus) b) integrating data value-add into our procedures (Textus) c) focusing on delivery of useful products (SpeechGen and Dta Sandbox).

      New possibilities will start opening with integration in this system of our LMS.

      ||Jovan||

    2. held back by Swiss data protection and cloud security laws

      why are people held back by Swiss data protection and cloud security laws?

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    3. to sift, make sense of, and leverage data to discover insights are key market differentiators

      to use in our PR lingo on our systems.

    4. It is what Diplo has been doing with Textus and, soon, new storage system.

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    1. Amazon is recruiting 'spies' to follow union-leaders, terrorists, and politicians (listed in the same sentence).

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    1. The US has seized 92 web domains used by Iran, including four which purported to be genuine English language news sites, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.

      The US authorities seized 92 domains used by Iran, including English language news website.

      The seizure shifts content removal from tech platforms (Facebook, Twitter) to the domains which are part of the core functioning of the Internet.

      This practice could shift ICANN and domain name industry into new policy realm of content policy which they have been avoiding for long time.

      In addition, justification of seizure considers domain name as property which ICANN and domain name community also avoided for long time.

      ||Pavlina|| it seems that seizure is not based on sanctions regime but on regular criminal code. Could you double check?

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    1. The Hindu text provides balanced analysis of the reaction of Facebook on the movie 'The Social Media'. On the policy side, this movie opens the question of privacy, anti-trust regulation, and mental health.

      Facebook follows its standard rhetorics by shifting discussion in the past - 'the efforts already taken' - and the future - 'we are working to change this'.

    2. the Facebook Pixel

      ||djordjej|| Could it be of any use for oru website?

    1. selling ads allows us to offer everyone else the ability to connect for free.

      business model.

    2. The film’s creators do not include insights from those currently working at the companies or any experts that take a different view to the narrative put forward by the film.

      true

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    1. Fascinating text on the work of interpreters at the UN with many funny anecdotes. We may use it for our language and diplomacy course.

      ||Andrej|| ||Dragana||

    2. We never do something, we implement. We don’t repeat, we reiterate and underscore. We are never happy, we are gratified or satisfied. You are never doing a great job: you are performing your duties in the outstanding manner in which you have always discharged them. There is no theft or embezzlement, but rather failure to ensure compliance with proper accounting and auditing procedures in the handling of financial resources. This is a language the interpreter must master very early on.

      great input for our 'UN language'.

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    1. The main elements in the text:

      • China starts digital yuan. It is FIAT currency (not cryptocurrency)
      • the main question if dominance of USD as global transactional currency will be challenged (currently 3/4 of global transactions)
      • what will be future of global digital currencies: will there will be digital Euro or digital Yen or Digital international money (via IMF).
      • will digital fiat currencies make bitcoins obsoletee?

      ||ArvinKamberi||

    2. The issue of a crypto currency by a central bank reduces to zero the number one problem of such monetary instruments – the problem of trust, including on the part of government agencies and monetary policy regulators.

      key challenge.

    3.  “digitalization” of Special loan drawing rights of the IMF

      International digital currency.

    4. “digital euro”

      will EU act?

    5. a movement towards a “bipolar” system of digital currencies, the dollar and the yuan, with an important but mainly regional role of digital euro and Japanese yen.

      Major shift.

    6. the dollar accounts for more than four fifths of all currency exchange transactions worldwide.

      statistics

    7. “Beijing’s main objective is not to internationalize yuan, but to establish a total control of people’s and companies’ payments, fight against shadow economy and corruption”

      Main aims

    8. this makes blockchain technology, which is normally key for private crypto currencies, superfluous.

      true.

    9. At the end of April 2020 a spokesperson for People’s Bank of China confirmed that digital yuan tests were under way in several cities of China:  Shenzhen, Suzhou, Chengdu, Xiong’an, and “on the sites of 2022 Winter Olympics” in Beijing.

      This is typical Chinese way of introducing innovations.

    10. Every CBDC unit acts as an equivalent to a paper banknote.

      no different from traditional money.

    11. reports by the Bank of International Settlements

      ||ArvinKamberi|| Do we have this report?

    12. to expand the international status of yuan and reduce the country’s dependence on the international system of payments in dollars

      why is this the case?

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    1. ||NatasaPerucica|| ||Katarina_An|| What is our excel file with info about revenue, profit, and other data about tech companies? Do we have these info in statista?

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    1. This text is about the reasons why AI projects fail. Personally, I am not impressed by business/MBA lingo which is as cryptic as UN lingo.

      We developed Diplo 5.0 out of intuition, coincidence (pandemic crisis) and bit of good luck. But, according to this article, it seems that we got in optimal way by:

      • focusing on the purpose of AI
      • integration AI into regular work procedures of Diplo
      • use AI as part of transformation of Diplo
      • make smart mix of internal and external talents while integrating external talents into Diplo team.
      • having process managed by the director
      • have very low risks by using agile approach
      • have early deliverables (sometimes too early) is important for dynamics of the project.
      • make AI and data 'touchable' (non-AI people can realise what it is about; in this way we can addreess also fears and discuss AI in realistic context).
      • there is no off-the-shelf AI solution; one has to experiment a lot with testing, fast feedback, and constant adjustment.
      • focus on augmented intelligence via agile process interplaying machine and human intelligence (e.g. Speech Generator).
      • AI can help overcoming policy silos in a very effective ways.
      • we can learn a bit of 'AI lingo' for our communication with external organisatio (we should not internalise this language since it is often empty but we should be aware of itit.).

      All in all, our experience could be turned in this type of article in - I would say - even more effective way.

      ||Jovan||||JovanNj||

    2. ABOUTTHERESEARCH

      ||kat_hone|| we can add this methodology section at the bottom of our document (whenever it is appropriate).

    3. In sum, the leaders not only anchor their applications of AI in their fundamental businessstrategy, they approach the use of AI as an organizational initiative, in which data andtechnology are foundational but organizational behaviors and ways of working make thedierence in generating business value

      Crucial point

    4. “typically there is a department or a silo or a team, andthat team has a way of optimizing its knowledge and optimizing the way it makes a decisionhappen. The problem with that is the isolated team’s decision might not necessarily be the bestfor the entire organization. It may be great for that one team’s performance KPIs, but it’s notnecessarily true across the board.” Narayanan believes “the underpinning value of articialintelligence comes from grating down the silos.”

      the main change with AI and Diplo 5.0

    5. AI-generated predictions, solutions, and perspectives enable theorganization to align around these new aordances. In short, while organizations often integratetheir data, processes, and behaviors to exploit AI opportunities more eectively, on the back ofthis work, successful AI applications have the potential to integrate the organization inunprecedented ways

      Interesting impact of AI on overcoming policy silos

    6. by keeping humans in the loop, companies create closed-loop cyclesfor systems to improve themselves as they are used.

      Diplo's approach

    7. The underlying solution can get better because it learns from the human experts it augments."

      Diplo's approach

    8. at the level oftasks, not whole jobs — let alone whole processes.

      Useful distinction between tasks - jobs - processes.

    9. they are people who are savvy enough about AI yet have acumen “in keybusiness areas, allowing our digital practice leaders to prioritize and deploy AI projects wherethey make the most sense.

      Key people for AI and digital transformation.

    10. AI and data science became “touchable,

      Good explanation of our approach (speech generator and data sandbox make AI and data touchable).

    11. Companies with AI initiatives housed under the chiefinformation ocer — where IT technology typically lives — are only half as likely to obtain value from AI as companieswith AI initiatives managed or led by a dierent C-level executive. Companies with CIOs in charge of AI have seen valuein 17% of cases versus 34% for companies that house AI directly under the CEO.

      Diplo's experience as well.

    12. aligning organizational behavior and strategy in orderto generate business value with A

      Business lingo

    13. With massive amounts of data, theability to apply AI and other technologies to capitalize on that data, and their loyal customerbases, the tech giants’ respective moves into nancial services pose formidable threats totraditional banking and nancial services companies.

      also to be discussed in digital financing and inclusive finance

    14. Managing Risks

      Diplo had minimal risks due to agile development and fast deliverables followed by constant adjustements.

    15. Those companies that obtain business value from AI build internal teams and rely less onoutside vendors; they selectively import experienced AI talent for technical leadership roles; andthey upskill their existing workforce to enable AI literacy and understanding of how to managewith AI.

      Diplo created AI and data teams. It relies on internal talents.

    16. AI eorts led by C-level executives and closely coordinated with the company’s broader digitaltransformation are more likely to generate value than those that are led by other executives orunintegrated with digital transformation.

      Diplo 5 transformaton combined overall digital and management transformation centered around data, AI and communication.

    17. Unify their AI initiatives with their larger business transformation eorts.• Invest in AI talent, data, and process change in addition to (and often more so than) AItechnology. They recognize AI is not all about technology.

      Two steps that were taken at Diplo.

    18. Integrate their AI strategies with their overall business strategy

      Diplo 5.0 approach of integrating AI in our activities.

    19. a data-driven view

      ||kat_hone|| Let us use it more in our communication as opposite to just speculative reflections.

    20. Signicant challenges remain, however. Many AI initiatives fail. Seven out of 10 companiessurveyed report minimal or no impact from AI so far. Among the 90% of companies that havemade some investment in AI, fewer than 2 out of 5 report business gains from AI in the pastthree years. This number improves to 3 out of 5 when we include companies that have madesignicant investments in AI. Even so, this means 40% of organizations making signicantinvestments in AI do not report business gains from AI

      Statistics about failure of AI projects.

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    1. Data Governance

      For us, our internal data governance is not priority since we use external data (newsletter, media). The only strict data governance is for data from our courses (especially when they can be assigned to a person).

      We will monitor data governance aspects as they evolve (new regulation, etc.)

    2. Data Quality

      Quality of our data is ensured by our expert analysis.

    3. Data Modelling

      the key challene for data modelling is quality of meta-data: keywords, tags, issues.

      With our system getting off the ground, our efforts will be on consolidating tags/keywords/issues. We will use AI tools in this consolidation process. Personally, as Diplo 5.0 is getting off on all technical, organisational and other aspects, I will focus more and more on tags and data modelling.

    4. Chief Data Officers

      new title

    5. These data sources include enterprise data silos (in whatever format from databases to spreadsheets on someone’s hard drive), open-source data such as social media, government data, or data from the Internet of Things sensors.

      ||MarcoLotti|| Challenge for Data Sandbox

    6. Data Architects understand the organisation’s strategy and business problems to be solved, but have the technical insight to get their hands dirty in the data itself. They know what data is needed and how that data is to be integrated by various systems.

      Diplo 5.0 advanced a lot on data archtecture by combinaton of Textus - DigitalWatch - AI - LMS (to be added later on).

      ||Jovan||

    7. focus on cultural change and training within an organisation as it adapts to new working practices, but the most important factor is poor data.

      Integrating AI into working of organisation is the key challenge. If you have it, you have also good data (as result). Solving this cultural/organisational challenge is the main driver behind Diplo 5.0 evolutoin.

    8. Seventy percent of companies have reported minimal or no impact from Artificial Intelligence projects,

      Shocking statistics but realistic one.

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    1. ||MarcoLotti|| Let us enrich our 'language' with new concept of data catalog. We may start promoting 'data catalog' for International Geneva in the next phase of the Road to Bern project.

      Let us add this to 'lingo' which will be repeated more and more: Does Geneva has Data Catalog?

      ||Jovan||||JovanNj||||djordjej||

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    1. Text provides useful mapping between philosophy and AI. It also applies some of dilemmas to real life situation (drug design and architecture). It tackles a bit 'my obsession' with choice and dilemma between efficiency and human autonomy.

      For Diplo We should broaden my writing/attempts to push forward philosophical aspects of AI. This is useful input. We should look for other philosphers/thinkers who provide contributions in this field. More specifical follow-up activities:

      ||kat_hone|| Put author at our speaker list for future events (could be simple GoogleDoc);

      ||Maja|| Follow-up with Aldo and Diplo Wisdom Circle (Jovan will write to Aldo.

      ||StephanieBP|| include in of the next issues of Weekly Digest

      ||sorina|| Add to AI page on DW; consider for next monthly briefing.

      ||Jovan|| Design 'philosophy' corner at DW which would reflect on these type of issues - will include interviews, coverage, etc.

      ||MariliaM||||kat_hone|| Consider input for AI course on philosophical reflections

      ||JovanNj|| Input for Belgrade's AI discussions on bridges between AI - philosophy religion (||NatasaPerucica|| to follow-up with Father Romilo

    2. Norman Sieroka (University of Bremen // ETH D-CHAB)

      ||kat_hone|| We may invite him as a speker for our future events on AI and philosphy.

    3. “digital design”

      this is emerging concept that we should follow more carefully.

    4. “to coordinate the current expressions of human experience

      What is philosophy?

    5. X-rayed as it were by a machine learning algorithm no one might actually understand?

      Is this analogy correct? Stakes are higher with AI than X-ray because it affects our autonomy.

    6. Is predictive success acceptable even if it comes with a loss in transparency

      Will efficiency win against transparency?

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    1. digital privacy and anonymity; web security; encryption; quantum computing; AI; advertising models; digital markets and subsidies; cyber warfare; IoT; (any kind of) security; ubiquitous crap software; monopolies; a corrupted political sector driven by lobby interests; and an eviscerated public sector.

      What are the Internet problems?

    2. "The problem isn't the folk who are driving all those trucks through these gaping holes. The problem is that it was the people like me who produced insanely shitty code in the first place that made all these holes,"

      What is the problem with cybersecurity?

    3. In Huston's eyes, the internet's collective failures include shoddy programming, haste, lack of regulation, and expensive cybersecurity organisations that are tackling the wrong problems.

      What is wrong with the Internet?

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    1. As far as I know, this is the first court decision that treats IP numbers as asset. It is an interesting development which will completely change legal status of IP numbers.

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    1. Priority: medium (to have it functional till the end of October).

      Why? It is clear that website are 'image intensive'. Our websites are very shy on images and very intensive on text. We have to change this 'ratio'. We have to do it carefully with moderation and style.

      WHAT? Ultimate result should be to give our curators and DW editors offer of 5 photos/images to be associated with new updates. They can select one image and publish on DW.

      HOW? Steps to do achieve this (around persons)

      • ||dusan|| sends new update (summary and link to full text) to ||JovanNj|| who
      • sends this to SketchEngine, which process the text and return 5 keywrods/tags to JovanNJ who....
      • sends this tags/keywords to one or many Photo/Images Stocks (Misko will identify a few photo/images stocks and see how they communicate with outside applications - e.g. how they can receive keywords and select images - e.g. is there any API; if there is a need we will subscribe to these services)
      • Photo/image stocks can return 5 top images to Textus Admin where curator or Andrijana can select the right one and publish on DW. Dusan will need to adjust Textus Admin for this services.

      This process should be happening in real-time.

      NEXT STEPS?We should start developing this in our agile-style:

      1. have brainstorming next week with inputs
      2. prepare plan given other priorities
      3. deploy initial version (good enough)
      4. fine-tune it via feedback.

      It is also a small 'communication experiment'. You can either comment here (use Textus as discussion board) or in Textus document (annotation to GoogleDoc). Please, start reflecting what would be your favourite way in discussing this type of issues (Textus discussion thread or GoogleDoc). We will start discussion on one of our DiploTeam meetings. Here is GoogleDoc with this text (if you prefer to annotate GoogleDoc)

      ||djordjej|| will make sure that process moves on. ||Jovan|| will follow-up on brainstormings.

    2. As cities are going into hight due to limited land (skyscappers) websites are going in two directions:

      • length (longer pages)
      • width (using horisontal scrollers).

      Here is an interesting solution from Swissinfo.ch to present Latest news as horisontal display (analogy with movies). They use it also for updates from the main agencies.

      ||djordjej|| Could you put on 'DW development' an idea of developing module that would display updates in this type of 'horisontal way'. We may start using it. Priority: medium (lates - end of October)

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    1. How to Ensure the U.S.’s Quantum Future

      Quantum hype is picking up

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    1. Google Maps provide info about COVID19

      ||djordjej||||Katarina_An||||NatasaPerucica||||MarcoLotti||

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    1. This page is useful for the following reasons:

      ||djordjej|| and Viktor (no Textus account): Flourish is one of the best design outfits on the Internet. We can be inspired by some of their solutions especially on the way how they design tables.

      ||JovanNj|| we can use this design for Data Sandbox

      Aslo of potential interest for ||MarcoLotti||||NatasaPerucica||||MilicaVK||

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    1. This is an interesting court case which Apple is likely to win. But, it opens an important issue of the US anti-trust policy which takes care only of immediate issue: how does monopoly affects consumers (Chicago school on anti-trust). However, this approach overlooks long-term risks of tech monopolies.

      ||Pavlina|| could you put it on your radar? ||StephanieBP|| this development could go in our Weekly Digest ||AndrijanaG|| who is covering competiton/anti-trust policy

    2. “It is important enough to understand what real people think,” said Rogers. “Do these security issues concern people or not?”

      Continuation of the US anti-trust policy dealing only on immediate effect of consumers (Chicago school of anti-trust). They do not consider how future monopolies can become 'too big to fail' and move beyond anti-trust control.

    3. Apple vs. Epic: the battle so far

      we may even use very simple timeline like this one for the DW Process page.

      I guess it is just matter of page design. No need for any structural change. Djordje, please confirm.

      ||AndrijanaG||||djordjej||||StephanieBP||||djordjej||

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  3. Sep 2020
    1. Democracy Report 2020. Autocratization Surges – Resistance Grows

      Democracy Report for Data Sandbox

      ||Katarina_An||

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    1. Ant Group on Friday unveiled Trusple, a digital international trade and financial service platform powered by AntChain, the company's blockchain-based technology solutions, at the INCLUSION Fintech Conference.

      some success of blockchain tecnology. Anything more about this platform.

      ||ArvinKamberi||

    2. the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP)

      anything about this platform run by Alibaba?

      ||MariliaM||

    3. INCLUSION Fintech Conference in Shanghai,

      any info about this conference

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    1. New developements on TikTok saga: US court banned President Trump's executive order on banning TikTok.

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    1. it was human authors who selected how to pare down the resulting material, discarding nearly 90% of what GPT-3 created. And still after that the piece was edited.

      ||kat_hone|| Here is paragraph indicating that they had to discard 90% of what GPT-3 created. We experienced the same. It is quite useless. Can you imagine reading 10 pages of useless text to extract one page.

      In this way, article is misguiding. GPT-3 does not generate useful text. It generates some test but trade-off is huge to get to 10% of useful text.

    2. Here is a summary of the article on GPT-3 published in Guardian:

      • GPT-3 identifies patterns and generate sentences.
      • humans are in control
      • discarded 90% of text generated by GPT-3
      • humans had to write prompt and edit generated text.

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