For decades, we’ve been told that only top-down mandates from the government can organize people to protect the environment, but in many cases, the federal government actually does more harm than good.
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AI art has become extremely popular on social media platforms, and the growing concern is that AI generated art may become a threat to human creativity and fine arts in general.
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Matt Kibbe is joined by Marian Tupy to talk about the ways in which the standard of living has dramatically increased over the years.
Less human hours will be spent on the arduous tasks that are currently required to gather data, and jobs will be created in order to analyze and interpret that data.
If you watch the news, you’d think the world is coming to an end. Are we really as divided as they’re making us out to be? Maybe we’re more united than ever.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Matt Ridley, author of “How Innovation Works,” to talk about the mysterious process of economic and technological progress.
Fight for your dreams, know what you want, do what you love, innovate, learn to say no, and never disappoint your 16-year-old self.
At this time, we are still in the thick of the continued spread of the coronavirus, with no determined end in sight.
The only reason we have so many luxuries in the first place is because the process of competition drove inventors and entrepreneurs to develop ever better products
The hamburger is at least a hundred years old, yet they keep on getting better. How can something with so little complexity continue to improve?