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The selfish dataome

12 mins | Jul 20, 2021
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Does the data we produce serve us, or vice versa? Information outside of our biology, known as the dataome, could actually be a logical scaffolding for representing the complexities of human intelligence. Yet, as Caleb Scharf reveals, it is also an energetic burden that challenges us to ask if we are manufacturing and protecting this data set in the right way. Here, he explores why the dataome is both an advantage and a burden to us humans.
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