Johannes Kleske

Strategic Designer, Critical Futures Researcher, Founding Partner @ Third Wave

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Johannes Kleske

1 day ago

25 Years of WIRED Predictions: Why the Future Never Arrives

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1 day ago

Absolut must-read

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong

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8 days ago

“If you are young and healthy, like most people wearing an Apple Watch, and you have asymptomatic atrial fibrillation, I don’t care,” Whitman says. “I will put you on no medication and I will do nothing for you. It might be a great watch for an 80-year-old, maybe not a great watch for you.”

Should Your Watch Monitor Your Heart?

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10 days ago

Reading with a pencil

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10 days ago

“I can see why you might think this is like a cult, but working in tech we are isolated from that.

The cult of WeWork

propertyweek.com

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22 days ago

Logged off: meet the teens who refuse to use social media

theguardian.com

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22 days ago

Eine Zäsur findet nicht statt

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25 days ago

Schließen sich Achtsamkeit und Ehrgeiz aus? — monda Magazin

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31 days ago

Elon Musk and the Failure of Our Imagination in Space

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32 days ago

Gospels of Giving for the New Gilded Age

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32 days ago

The history of labor shows that technology does not usually drive social change. On the contrary, social change is typically driven by decisions we make about how to organize our world. Only later does technology swoop in, accelerating and consolidating those changes.

It’s Not Technology That’s Disrupting Our Jobs

nytimes.com

Johannes Kleske

39 days ago

Germany’s falling behind on tech, and Merkel knows it

politico.eu

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45 days ago

Yuval Noah Harari: '21 Lessons' from data, meditation to AI and 'Black Mirror'

thejakartapost.com

Johannes Kleske

46 days ago

Das beste, was man zur aktuellen Migrationsdebatte lesen kann.

"Es ist unser Land, verteidigen wir es gemeinsam"

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Johannes Kleske

46 days ago

Call it the education of Mark Zuckerberg and Silicon Valley, but on the world’s dime. How much that has — and will — cost is probably immeasurable.

The Expensive Education of Mark Zuckerberg and Silicon Valley

nytimes.com

Johannes Kleske

74 days ago

Das ist der Anfang vom Ende der europäischen Idee. Wir können uns nicht auf Menschenrechte, Aufklärung und Humanismus berufen und gleichzeitig die Rettung Ertrinkender kriminalisieren.

Der Untergang

sz-magazin.sueddeutsche.de

Johannes Kleske

75 days ago

The rise of 'pseudo-AI': how tech firms quietly use humans to do bots' work

theguardian.com

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76 days ago

Even the rich seem to believe to not have agency.

Survival of the Richest

medium.com

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78 days ago

A good overview of the current pro and com arguments.

Who Really Stands to Win from Universal Basic Income?

newyorker.com

Johannes Kleske

80 days ago

Stuart Candy on imagination and being a futurist

robhopkins.net

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84 days ago

Ich glaube, dass man nur, wenn man diese Techniken ernst nimmt und sich so viel wie möglich mit ihnen beschäftigt – nur dann gibt es eine Möglichkeit, sie progressiv zu steuern. Das ist sozusagen Akzelerationismus in a nutshell.

„Wir haben keinen positiven Zukunftsbegriff mehr “

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Johannes Kleske

85 days ago

Wem bei vollen Kassen politisch nichts anderes einfällt als schlechtgestylte Performances mit jämmerlichem politischen Vokabular abzuliefern, der ist in einer Seniorentagesbetreuung hundertmal besser aufgehoben als in einem Parlament, geschweige denn als oberster Beamter einer Behörde.

Unsere Vorruheständler aus dem Voralpenland

zeit.de

Johannes Kleske

86 days ago

But there was always a flip side to both of these assumptions: alongside the optimism, a fatalism about human nature and political incentives, and alongside the confidence, a streak of resignation, a sense that he alone can only do so much.

Barack Obama, Where Are You?

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89 days ago

Internet-connected locks, speakers, thermostats, lights and cameras that have been marketed as the newest conveniences are now also being used as a means for harassment, monitoring, revenge and control.

Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse

nytimes.com

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96 days ago

Why exhaustion is not unique to our overstimulated age

aeon.co

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98 days ago

The Bullshit-Job Boom

newyorker.com

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101 days ago

Bucky was complex

Life as a Verb: Applying Buckminster Fuller to the 21st Century

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Johannes Kleske

102 days ago

Anab on point as usual.

Tackling the Ethical Challenges of Slippery Technology

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103 days ago

Fuck Jeff Bezos!

Underpaid and exhausted: the human cost of your Kindle

theguardian.com

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103 days ago

Should We Colonize Space? Some People Argue We Need to Decolonize It Instead

newsweek.com

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