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Donald Trump’s True Allegiances | The New Yorker
“This is the inescapable fact: on November 9th, the United States elected a dishonest, inept, unbalanced, and immoral human being as its President and Commander-in-Chief. Trump has daily proven unyielding to appeals of decency, unity, moderation, or fact. He is willing to imperil the civil peace and the social fabric of his country simply to satisfy his narcissism and to excite the worst inclinations of his core followers.”
politics  culture  government 
yesterday by leereamsnyder
Elon Musk v the killer robots – less rhetoric, more reason please - by @whostu
"Here come the killer robots - again. Elon Musk is back in Prophet of Doom mode, this time joined by 115 others. Is it time for a more considered debate than Terminator headlines?"
digital  government  and  public  services  iot  robotics  ai 
yesterday by jonerp
Cemical: Transparència i funció pública
Resums de les resolucions, informes, dictàmens i criteris més rellevants emesos pels organismes que vetllen per l'aplicació de la normativa sobre transparència, relacionats amb la funció pública
government  search  transparency 
yesterday by dariocc
The Obama-Trump Voters Are Real. Here’s What They Think. - The New York Times
"They supported Mr. Obama in 2012 and are the main reason Mr. Trump is president now. What can we learn from them?"
us  politics  government 
2 days ago by gavin
Government IT suppliers behaved appallingly - Bill Crothers - BBC News
"The Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude said in one case a government department was charged £30,000 for changing the text on a web page."
government  gds  digital  transformation  maude  quotes 
2 days ago by benterrett
The reality of blockchain in Australia, lots of plans but waiting for big hit |
RT @samanthawyap: The reality of blockchain in Australia, lots of plans but waiting for the big hit
blockchain  australia  investment  projects  fintech  financial  services  government  banks  agritech 
2 days ago by grantyoung

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