Category Archives: technology assessment

From faulty premises

I assume that Vinod Khosla is a smart man. According to the byline under his recent Forbes piece titled “The Next Technology Revolution Will Drive Abundance And Income Disparity” notes that Vinod Khosla co-founded Sun Microsystems and is the founder … Continue reading

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More arguments against private electric cars

On June 30, IEEE Spectrum published an article Unclean at any speed by Ozzie Zehner. In it, he argues that focusing on developing electric cars is a fake solution, because they consume rare materials the extraction of which has a … Continue reading

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