This morning, I found on the Web someone quite strange. Or maybe not.
Had you noticed that marketing for the Internet of Things is about seventy years old?
Have you seen that video of a driverless car that killed a cyclist, with the car “passenger” unable to do anything about it? Personally, I find that video a perfect proof of something I’ve always thought: the huge, BASIC problem with “driverless cars” with a driver that should step in when needed.
Yesterday, by pure chance, I discovered an absurd story. Nadia Plesner is a
Dutch Danish painter. Her last work is Darfurnica, a modern version of Picasso’s Guernica that you can see in the thumbnail here.