Author Archives: djmrm100
I just have to comment on a recent article in the Independent entitled, ‘Reality doesn’t exist until you look at it, pioneering quantum physics experiment finds’ ,( http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/reality-doesnt-exist-until-you-look-at-it-pioneering-quantum-physics-experiment-finds-10305047.html). Firstly what terrible English, but much more importantly this is a prime example of the media’s unbalanced and ill-informed presentation of what physics is really about. I […]
Complexity; it gets everywhere! The BBC News website has recently posted an item outlining some scientific research into evolution of western music. The research used some complex analysis of the musical structure of over 17,000 tracks from the USA Billboard Hot 100 chart between 1960 and 2010. The researchers suggest that, “while musical evolution was ceaseless, there were […]
On one of my web pages I have tried to describe a spectrum of complexity and this has caused me to revisit my understanding of a concept that seems to be a major source of ‘hype’ used to tout the application of complexity science to management and leadership. The concept I refer to is, ‘the […]
This week I lost one of my childhood hero’s and an iconic character. The true and original Mr Spock, played by the enigmatic Leonard Nimoy, has sadly passed away. I have recently been thinking a lot about Mr Spock, or more generally of his brethren. The Vulcans as depicted in Star Trek were a race that […]
Quite rightly the debate is ramping up regarding the influences and dangers of artificial intelligence. In this article I try to give a ‘hype-free’ view of the realities of the impact and threats from the development artificial intelligence. I am not an AI expert, however I have spent most of my career buried deeply in […]
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