What happens when people decide an occupation is toast? This is an important question given what we see happening in many occupations that once looked appealing, and now, post large language models (LLMs), look less so.
Some updates on AI, energy, Jevons paradox, and how we are not even running to stand still in some complex systems
Mimicry is a complex and important topic across biology, markets, social networks, and other domains. It can lead to unexpected outcomes, as well as new sources of fragility.
I recently drove across America and back again. And here is what I saw and thought it meant, from truckstops, to wind farms, to EVs, to, AI.
Many actions make things worse when attempting to make them better. A subset of these activities introduces entirely new forms of unexpected risk.
This is Part 2 of a two-part series on the paradoxes of 19th-century economist William Stanley Jevons, and how, given
Economist William Stanley Jevons (1835-1882) is best known today for work he did as a kind of side hustle. And that side hustle is now changing our world.
This is a (free) post to highlight a recent talk I gave on AI, automation, and the future of work.