Digital Horizon Capital

19 Dec 18
Journal of Futures Studies

Sohail Inayatullah This blog is based on the book by Sohail Inayatullah and Lu Na, “Asia 2038: Ten Disruptions that Change Everything”, Tamsui, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies, Tamkang University, 2018. DISRUPTIONS ASIA 2038 My own view of Asia is very much informed by the “great rise,” watching the region – particularly, East, South and […]

18 Dec 18
THRI-VES

What do you think when you hear the words Artificial Intelligence (AI)? I think many people tend to imagine science fiction stories about robots taking our jobs and ruling the world. That’s a pretty grim view if you ask me. It’s no secret that AI is on the horizon. It seems like everyone’s image of […]

18 Dec 18

Written by: Michael Gong (MS in Real Estate Candidate) The purpose of this report is to provide a high-level summary of the sessions and activities I was able to experience while at the ULI Fall Meeting in Boston, MA from October 8-11, 2018. Included are key points, my reaction to the content, as well as […]

18 Dec 18
Jamie Lawhorn's Blog

Thanks to the erratic oil price, shares in FTSE 250-listed service provider Petrofac (LSE: PFC) have lost 33% of their value in less than three months. Does a more attractive valuation, not to mention sizeable dividend, make this a company worth investing in? Based on the reaction to today’s pre-close update for the full year, at least […]

18 Dec 18
Newsfile Corp.

After the proposed acquisition of X2 Games was announced by BLOC in October, BLOC has acquired X2 Games and BLOC will separate its exchange-related interests into a spinout entity. X2 Games has introduced several exciting elements to BLOC, including its current library of interactive gaming projects, as well as the leadership of Nolan Bushnell, the […]

17 Dec 18
Chiaroscuro Zeitgeist

Narendra Modi once said,“The diversity of India, of our civilization, is actually a thing of beauty, which is something we are extremely proud of.” As he faces his first major litmus test post-2014 on the national stage next year, he must rue the electoral dynamics and the chaos of identities whose interplay has defined Indian […]

17 Dec 18
Puria

1. Font Weight The font weight is often the first thing we notice. The main types of font weight are light, regular, and bold. Regular font styles are neutral; they are least affected by optical distortion or poor sharpness. They have the most readable grapheme, which is why regular weight is perfect for reading. Light and bold font […]

17 Dec 18
IsraelSeen.com

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel Dec 17 2018 The highlights include: Israeli scientists have discovered a new pathway for treating age-related hearing loss. It’s official – Israeli tech is driving Israel’s latest diplomatic successes. Israeli technology has lowered the numbers of accidents involving London buses. The US Coastguard is to use Israeli technology to […]

17 Dec 18
Data Science in Place

Have you heard of hyperlocal, cloud computing, and the gig economy? Arguably, these are buzzwords used to describe things that have existed for a long time in a new, exciting way (e.g. services aimed at local markets, outsourcing computational tasks to data centres, and poorly paid, insecure jobs). Wikipedia has a nice, up-to-date list of […]

17 Dec 18
Genesis Universe

What do you think when you hear the words Artificial Intelligence (AI)? I think many people tend to imagine science fiction stories about robots taking our jobs and ruling the world. That’s a pretty grim view if you ask me. It’s no secret that AI is on the horizon. It seems like everyone’s image of […]

16 Dec 18
VGSoM Vibes

“The best view comes after the hardest climb” The month of July 2018 had a similar air of positivity when the students, faculty and all other members of the VGSoM family came together to witness the beginning of yet another colourful and vibrant semester. Here’s a sneak peek into what happened at the Vinod Gupta […]

16 Dec 18
Matt Dallisson Leadership Talent and Career Counsel

Jakal Pan/Getty Images We’re used to thinking of high-tech innovation and startups as generated and clustered predominantly in fertile U.S. ecosystems, such as Silicon Valley, Seattle, and New York. But as with so many aspects of American economic ingenuity, high-tech startups have now truly gone global. The past decade or so has seen the dramatic […]

15 Dec 18
DANNY HURLEY 007 ;) 'hydrino' energy...

“Of course of fucking course the Americans nicked that plane!” “Who won the last Cold War?… … Israel!” 😀 “And I thought we established a long time ago, that I wasn’t going to work for the NSA!” 😀 (honestly, you people are fucking stupid) “You’re only serving them up quantum shit!… eat it up China! […]