Only a few weeks and months ChatGPT, DALL-E and other Generative Pre-trained Transformers (GPT) are public, and the discussions do not want to stop. On the one hand, there is amazement at what these AI systems can do and creatively … Continue reading AI: From Painter and Conversationalist to Architect and Mechanical Engineer
As modern men, we always talk loudly about equality and demand action, but we easily overlook the fact that we should start with ourselves. Ashamedly, I had to realize this when the book The Authority Gap by Mary Ann Sieghart … Continue reading My Year of Reading Non-Fiction by Female Authors
Creating salmon, beef, pork and chicken from cell cultures is currently the next frontier that startups and scientists are pushing. Die Erzeugung von Lachs, Rind-, Schweine- und Hühnerfleisch aus Zellkulturen ist derzeit das nächste Ziel, das Start-ups und Wissenschaftler vorantreiben. … Continue reading The Future of Food, Part 2: “I’m a Celebrity, Eat Me!”
British presenter and journalist Jeremy Clarkson, known from shows such as Top Gear, attracted attention this week with a controversy that may now end his career altogether. He had thereby bitten the nettle with a column in The Sun newspaper … Continue reading Jeremy Clarkson, Meghan Markle and a Non-Apology
There is no topic people talk about more often than food. Several times a day they snack, snack, eat, and eat. Food is a social event. People sit together at the table, celebrate together, and go out to dinner on … Continue reading Future of Food Part 1: Extinct Vegetarians and Popular Cannibals
The collapse of the crypto exchange FTX has dominated the headlines in recent weeks, at least in the tech and startup world. The events surrounding Twitter also amounted to a small earthquake in the scene. What they all had in … Continue reading Misogyny Of VCs And Techbros Based On 2 Examples.
Ever since the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, took over Twitter for $44 billion after a travesty that lasted several weeks, the dust has been rising. In performative outrage, influential and less important Twitter users have announced that they are … Continue reading Twitter Was Shitty Even Before Elon Musk Took Over
Stop! You! Do not click away! I know the headline is concerning, but I promise you, there is a lot behind it, and I will explain it to you. So, first, take a look at the cover image. Do you … Continue reading How AI Poops Rainbows
Do we need a dating app for smart, independent, successful, beautiful, partly public women who have everything in life but a man by their side? If we are to believe the smart, independent, successful, beautiful, partly public women on social … Continue reading Are Men Losers?
The decision of the Ravensburger publishing house not to publish several children’s books accompanying the film “The Young Chief Winnetou” is causing some uproar. The reason is said to be the racist, romanticizing and stereotyping portrayal of Indians and the … Continue reading Winnetou: No Cancel Culture, but Respect at Last