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More dangerous ravings of a carbon-based life form

USA - February 12 2018 Most scientists think that the same rules apply to a machine as apply to us and to animals: perception of surroundings, goal-making, reconnoitering...


The dangerous ravings of a carbon-based life form

USA - January 29 2018 I grew up at a time when the magazine, Popular Mechanics, filled my dreams with flying cars, personal robots, jet-packs and teleportation. The...


How Blockchains Will Change Stockholder Democracy

USA - December 14 2017 Generally speaking, when Delaware sneezes, everybody else gets a cold. That’s because Delaware is the undisputed jurisdictional leader in corporate...


Texting and the Expectation of Privacy

Canada - December 11 2017 The Supreme Court of Canada published an important judgment on December 8, 2017, concerning whether or not Canadians have the right to expect that...


Sesquipedalianism and an Expatiation Upon Its Antithetical Impact on Interpersonal Communications: Big Words and Why They're Bad

USA - February 3 2017 Clear writing is hard to find. Legal contracts are the worst culprits. I am always disappointed when I find unclear legal writing. The reason is...