Conscious Culture: Data is Everywhere
Apr 29, 2021 3:59 am
Data is Everywhere
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This week we're talking about the intellectual origins of surveillance tech, the Wonderwerk Cave, applying spaced repetition, and data being everywhere.
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“The philosophical interests of Palantir Technologies founders Peter Thiel and Alex Karp offer surprising insights into the company's origins.”
“Archaeologists have confirmed what might be the oldest home in hominin history. Hominins include humans and our distant evolutionary ancestors.
Called Wonderwerk Cave, it is located in the Kalahari Desert, South Africa, and shows evidence of continuous occupation for several million years. Not only that, but the cave also shows signs of the earliest evidence of the use of fire.”
“Active recall (also known as quizzing, testing, or retrieval) is the process by which we challenge our minds to retrieve a piece of information rather than passively reviewing or re-reading the same.”
Data is everywhere. Data is defined as “information, especially facts or numbers, collected to be examined, considered and used to help decision-making.” We're unconsciously using data all the time - you're consuming this piece of data right now.
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Quote of the Week
“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.”
— Coretta Scott King
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