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Marcelo Rinesi

Marcelo Rinesi is Assistant Director of the IEET. Mr. Rinesi is Data Analyst at Zauber. Mr. Rinesi has published articles related to technology, business and culture in Wired, Computer Bits, Canada’s Your Workplace, and Student Traveler.  He is also a fiction writer, and has published a short SF novella The Ontociders and a collection of SF short stories, The Fatou Entries.


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Books


Time of Punishment by Marcelo Rinesi (2012)

The Fatou Entries by Marcelo Rinesi (2011)

The Ontociders by Marcelo Rinesi (2011)


Articles


"When macroeconomic mismanagement makes Luddites “right”"   Ethical Technology  Mar 28, 2013

"I Want Autonomous Killer Drones: A Personal View"   Ethical Technology  Dec 5, 2012

"Death by (lack of a) drugs (culture)"   Ethical Technology  Nov 20, 2012

"Book Review: “Singularity Rising,” by James D. Miller"   Ethical Technology  Nov 18, 2012

"The Coming Biosecurity Chaos"   Ethical Technology  Nov 13, 2012

"A To-Do List for the 21st Century: 6 Things for 6C"   Ethical Technology  Nov 10, 2012

"The Soft Tyranny of Data-Driven Expectations"   Ethical Technology  Nov 1, 2012

"When Hope is Unethical"   Ethical Technology  Oct 29, 2012

"Pro Specie Mori"   Ethical Technology  Oct 26, 2012

"From Illegal Data to Illegal Thoughts"   Ethical Technology  Oct 24, 2012

"The Ontociders (Chapter I: The End of the World)"   Ethical Technology  Apr 6, 2012

"The Groundhog Generation"   Ethical Technology  Feb 24, 2012

"The Demographic Anti-Dividend"   Ethical Technology  Dec 19, 2011

"Against a cyborg, 99-to-1 are awful odds"     Nov 29, 2011

"Why I’m certain no computer could have written this column"     Nov 4, 2011

"The Voluntary Stagnation"   Phase Leap  Mar 7, 2011

"Kicking a Nonexisting Dead Horse: Picking apart Cyber-democracy"   Phase Leap  Feb 17, 2011

"Globalization as a Sign of Insufficiently Advanced Technology"   Phase Leap  Jan 17, 2011

"The Powerlessness of Transparency"   Phase Leap  Jan 2, 2011

"How School Testing is Crippling Children"   Phase Leap  Dec 19, 2010

"The Backwardness of WikiLeaks"   Phase Leap  Dec 5, 2010

"#30: Peak Oil and Climate Change — Between Too Soon and Not Soon Enough"   Ethical Technology  Dec 2, 2010

"The Care and Feeding of Your AI Overlord"   Phase Leap  Nov 21, 2010

"In the Company of Monsters"   Phase Leap  Nov 9, 2010

"The Year Doesn’t Matter Anymore"   Phase Leap  Oct 25, 2010

"The Unaugmented Consumer is Obsolete"   Phase Leap  Oct 14, 2010

"Peak Oil and Climate Change: Between Too Soon and Not Soon Enough"   Phase Leap  Jul 26, 2010

"The legality of “the computer did it”"   Phase Leap  Jul 5, 2010

"Data Collection Where It’s Needed The Most"   Frontier Economy  Nov 29, 2009

"Henry, Stadiums, and Video"   Frontier Economy  Nov 21, 2009

"Unemployment and Learning"   Frontier Economy  Nov 13, 2009

"Who Will Edit Your Life?"   Frontier Economy  Nov 5, 2009

"Blinded by the Future"   Frontier Economy  Oct 27, 2009

"The Fundamental Uncertainty of Long-Term Healthcare Investment"   Frontier Economy  Sep 2, 2009

"Doping is Universal"   Frontier Economy  Aug 25, 2009

"Computational Eudaemonics: Expert Happiness Systems"   Frontier Economy  Aug 16, 2009

"Creating Ecosystems for the Planet - and for Profit"   Frontier Economy  Aug 11, 2009

"Cyberwarfare is for Individuals, not States"   Frontier Economy  Jul 22, 2009

"Harry Potter and the Negotiation Table"   Frontier Economy  Jul 21, 2009

"From Space, Watts, Bits, and Dreams"   Frontier Economy  Jul 2, 2009

"Postapocalyptic Gardens"   Frontier Economy  Jul 2, 2009

"The Swans are Black, not Invisible"   Frontier Economy  May 29, 2009

"Pirates (Digital and Otherwise)"   Frontier Economy  May 2, 2009

"Health is Wealth"   Frontier Economy  Apr 2, 2009

"There is no ‘Sustainability Solution’ to the Fermi Paradox"   Ethical Technology  Mar 8, 2009

"Probably Wrong"   Frontier Economy  Mar 2, 2009

"The Intelligence Gap"   Frontier Economy  Jan 20, 2009

"The Genetic Bubble"   Frontier Economy  Jan 19, 2009

"Demography and Emerging Technologies"   Ethical Technology  Jan 23, 2007


News


Top Hitting Articles for November (Nov 29, 2012)

JET - issue 20(1) now complete (Jun 23, 2009)

Marcelo launches online magazine Frontier Economy (Jan 19, 2009)

Marcelo’s Hectowords (Dec 20, 2007)

New SF short fiction blog (Jan 23, 2007)

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