Modularity issues, utopias, AI, and more Innovation & Technology in FTN Daily #97, Tue, Jan 24, 2017

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The Modularity Malaise

Building modular phones, like project ARA, is hard, expensive and the result cannot compete with non-modular phones. Jean-Louis Gassée for Monday Note

https://mondaynote.com/lazy-thinking-modularity-always-works-27257500a586


Crowdsourced phone crowdsucks

Crowdsourcing has one flaw. It steals focus. Ashley Carman for The Verge

https://mondaynote.com/lazy-thinking-modularity-always-works-27257500a586


Fab city project

A fully integrated utopia. Georgina Wilson-Powell for Pebble Mag

https://mondaynote.com/lazy-thinking-modularity-always-works-27257500a586


Under the self-driving hood

A peek into the future of driving. Guilbert Gates, Kevin Granville, Anjali Singhvi and Karl Russell for the New York Times.

https://mondaynote.com/lazy-thinking-modularity-always-works-27257500a586


Algorithmic Insurances

The impact of AI on the insurance business. Insurers.AI on Medium

https://mondaynote.com/lazy-thinking-modularity-always-works-27257500a586


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