Seven deadly sins of AI prediction, how to raise an empowered girl, a history of twitter from beginning to end, teaching morality to cars, how to master Instagram, and lessons from a couple of the most popular Australian cafes
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five ideas and one coffee

Welcome to five ideas and one coffee. Each week, a combination of what's going on in the ongoing convergence of digital and social media, and how that impacts the way we live and communicate. Plus, something I learned about coffee this week. Let's get started!

Five Ideas.

Idea One:
The seven deadly sins of AI predictions - Almost all innovations in robotics and AI take far, far, longer to be really widely deployed than people in the field and outside the field imagine.

Idea Two:
Want to raise an empowered girl? Let her be funny.

Idea Three:
The sweary, insightful designer Mike Monteiro writes one person's history of twitter from beginning to end. While not overlapping with my own reasons for drifting away from spending time on twitter, it's a part of the challenges of staying engaged with the social space.

Idea Four:
When you start to have self-driving cars, it's not enough to teach the computer how to operate the car, they also need to understand how to make moral choices - what would a human do?

Idea Five (the how-to):
How to master Instagram

One Coffee.

This year, I'd like to hear from you about what you've learned over coffee. In the meantime, Time Out profiles a couple of the most popular Australian cafes

... that's it!

See you next week. Hit reply if you've learned something, or if you'd like to suggest an idea or a coffee.

David Phillips.
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