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George Gilder: Forget Cloud Computing, Blockchain is the Future
Recorded on August 28, 2018 Is blockchain the technology of the future? George Gilder, author of Life After Google, argues that bitcoin and blockchain technology is revolutionizing the Internet. He sits down with Peter Robinson to discuss technology, cloud computing, big data, and the growing role of blockchain in innovating new technologies. Gilder argues that cloud computing, while it was the hot new technology ten years ago, has reached its limits as the physical limitations of big data storage centers maxes out. Improvements in parsing big data are incremental at this point, and itâ€™s time for the next big technology to take its place. Gilder points to blockchain as the technology of the future, with its ability to prevent corruption and manipulation of transaction data and the infinite uses it could have in third world countries. Gilder also discusses the history of technology, artificial intelligence, and the revolutionary bitcoin. He argues that artificial intelligence can never replace human intelligence and creativity and that in principle, it is impossible for machines to take over.
Aired 11 months ago 27:03
Remarkable Journey / Conversation with Ginny Gilder
REMARKABLE story told by a remarkable woman. My Business Builders Show guest host, J Kelly Hoey once again displays how she has built a dream network!Â Kelly talks with Ginny Gilder on the Business Builders Show onÂ www.c-suiteradio.com. Ginny Gilder is the founder and CEO of an investment business, and co-owner of the Seattle Storm.Â Â She is an Olympic silver medalist in rowingand the author of Course Correction: A Story of Rowing and Resilience in the Wake of Title IX. At 16, Ginny stood on the edge of Boston's Charles River, saw a rowing shell in motion, and it was love at first sight. Having grown up in an era when girls were only beginning to abandon the sidelines as observers and cheerleaders to become competitors and national champions, Gilder harbored no dreams of athletic stardom. Against the odds, she made the Yale varsity team in 1975, participated in the teamâ€™s famous Title IX naked protest (which helped define the movement for equality in college sports) and for ten years devoted herself to the sport. The mother of three children and stepmother of two, Ginny lives with her wife, Lynn, and their poodle in Seattle, Washington. Â Website:Â http://ginnyGilder.com/ Book:Â http://ginnyGilder.com/my-book/ Title IX Naked Protest:Â https://www.nytimes.com/1976/03/04/archives/yale-women-strip-to-protest-a-lack-of-crews-showers.html Twitter:Â https://twitter.com/ginnyGilder Thanks for lisenting to the Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff onÂ www.csuiteradio.com. You can learn more about J Kelly Hoey atÂ www.jkellyhoey.co. You can learn more about me atÂ www.martywolffbusinesssolutions.comÂ andÂ www.contractorsuccession.com Call or text me your comments and questions at 570 815 1626. The post Remarkable Journey / Conversation with Ginny Gilder appeared first on Marty Wolff.
Aired 4 months ago 114:42
What Arnold Kling Thinks About Basically Everything
Arnold Kling (@KlingBlog), economist and former web entrepreneur, joins Erik on this episode for a wide-ranging discussion of tech, politics, business and economics. They talk about: - Arnoldâ€™s mission to replace neoclassical economics, including his dissection of its flaws. - How he would change how economics is taught, including his proposal for a better definition of economics than â€œthe study of how to allocate scarce resources.â€ - Why capitalism is not more popular, and his responses to what he says are the three main arguments against capitalism. - Why Arnold says that new experiments in governance that attempt to start from the ground up are missing the importance of the insights embedded in the traditional way of doing things. - How he would change government, taxation and other areas if he could wave a wand. - Why countries over 100M typically have poor governance, and why he advocates for smaller units of government. - His take on inequality and universal basic income. - Who among prominent thinkers he agrees or disagrees with and why. Thanks for listening â€” if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal. Venture Stories is brought to you by Village Global, is hosted by co-founder and partner, Erik Torenberg and is produced by Brett Bolkowy.