Every child who ever plays a board game understands that rolling dice results in unexpected results. In fact, this is why children’s board games use dice in the first place: to ensure a random result (from the point of view of the die, at least) about the same probability that it is thrown every time
Since the Industrial Revolution, technology has changed society continuously. The pace of technological development has accelerated over the last 50 years, largely due to innovations in semiconductor electronics, software, and computer technology. Personal computers now fit in your pocket. You have access to people and information around the world via the Internet. Anything up to
The European Union is spreading its wings. In the shadow of Brexit, it has been clearly decided that it is the real enemy of the people in its landmarks: social media companies and Google. France is even more aggressive than the European Union, suggesting that the region’s “right to be forgotten” law should apply worldwide.
An interview with IBM CEO Ginni Rometti, conducted earlier this month by Walter Isakson on PBS, is worth watching. Ginni is one of the most successful CEOs in the United States. One question that sprung on me was why the number of female CEOs has declined. I have followed many female CEOs over the years.