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🤖👩10 Things - Issue #221 - Privacy, fake faces and Wework lessons

November 27 · Issue #221 · View online
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This issue of 10 Things explores how the past paved the way for humans and artificial intelligence alike - from finding the perfect gift for your loved ones to the ever-growing concern over our online privacy - we ask ourselves will we lose control over the expanding influence of non-human intelligence will have on our lives? 
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1. Do these AI-created fake people look real to you?
2. How the early open-source movement and version control paved the way for today’s remote software development processes.
3. The real lesson of WeWork’s implosion.
4. Suck at gifting? This GPT-3-powered bot will save your ass this holiday season.
5. Forty-eight hours in the strange and beautiful world of TikTok.
6. Our reliance on technology while isolated at home these past months has permanently altered our relationship with gadgets.
7. Edward Snowden on the dangers of Silicon Valley censorship.
8. *Privacy Not Included: A Buyer’s Guide for Connected Products.
9. You can handle the post-truth: a pocket guide to the surreal internet.
10. How to set up design principles with your team (remotely)?
“We’re not meant to be perfect. It took me a long time to learn that.”

Bonus link: We worked with Scrambled and mixed the right ingredients for their new brand identity. Bonus link: We worked with Scrambled and mixed the right ingredients for their new brand identity.
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