The Week's Links: March 18, 2016

ALL THE LINKS POSTED ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THIS WEEK:

  • In Two Moves, AlphaGo and Lee Sedol Redefined the Future owl.li/Zz4dY
  • These Sheets of Graph Paper Were Used to Design Super Mario Bros owl.li/ZC5nd
  • Google’s AI Wins Fifth And Final Game Against Go Genius Lee Sedol owl.li/Zvy8e
  • 2,100-Year-Old Roman Tavern Unearthed, Empty Cups and All owl.li/Zs2EV
  • The Earth Has Lungs. Watch Them Breathe. owl.li/Zs2zS
  • Our creative, beautiful, unpredictable machines owl.li/Zrifv
  • Stanford University's tiny 7g robots can pull a 1,800kg car (Wired UK) owl.li/ZrY1A
  • How can you listen to music when you can't really hear? owl.li/ZqUy7
  • Professor Who Solved Fermat's Last Theorem Wins Math's Abel Prize owl.li/ZCRjs
  • The Epic Story of Dropbox’s Exodus From the Amazon Cloud Empire owl.li/ZrXQO
  • Facebook, Google, Snapchat, And WhatsApp To Expand User Data Encryption owl.li/ZqTF0
  • See 8 Movie Scenes Next To The Paintings That Inspired Them owl.li/ZrRbu
  • Does Patreon Point the Way to a New Crowdfunding Economy? owl.li/Zu7Hv
  • The New York Times Just Bought A Hot Marketing Company owl.li/ZrR63
  • Cybersecurity report card: How 6 presidential candidates stack up owl.li/ZqS5b
  • @MichelleObama owl.li/ZqRxK
  • DeepMind founder Demis Hassabis on how AI will shape the future owl.li/ZpyGd
  • Five years on: Fukushima residents share their stories owl.li/ZqO2q
  • Inside the Artificial Intelligence Revolution: A Special Report, Pt. 1 owl.li/ZpyEV
  • Meet the 50 Most Powerful Women in U.S. Philanthropy - Inside Philanthropy - Inside Philanthropy owl.li/ZqwFc
  • A short list of games robots still can’t win - Quartz owl.li/ZpyAR
  • A New Emulator Turns Classic Nintendo Games into 3D | The Creators Project owl.li/Zqwzk
  • Secret Libraries of London owl.li/ZqvrH
  • Garry Kasparov weighs up AI challenge to world’s best Go player owl.li/Zpyxo
  • NASA's Bug Repellent Aims to Save Airlines Millions in Fuel Cost owl.li/ZpyrF
  • What Happens When the Surveillance State Becomes an Affordable Gadget? owl.li/Zpy1D
  • Sinuous Animal Sculptures Made Out of Foraged Wood and Metal Scraps owl.li/Zpx7o
  • Defense against the dark arts: Basic cyber-security for journalists owl.li/ZpxXe
  • Doors and Windows — Photography from Andre Vicente Goncalves owl.li/Zpx6m
  • This Architect Builds Unthinkably Complex Structures—With Legos owl.li/ZpxPD
  • After Three Losses, Master Go Player Scores A Win Against Computer owl.li/ZpwYi
  • February breaks global temperature records by 'shocking' amount owl.li/Zu6yN
  • The Magic of Archives: A Reading List owl.li/ZpxgI
  • The Artificially Intelligent Doctor Will Hear You Now owl.li/Zpyty
  • How The Tiny, Poor Country Of Bhutan Became One Of The Most Sustainable Countries On Earth owl.li/ZpmGB
  • Day in the life: What The New York Times' first VR editor does - Digiday owl.li/ZpaoI
  • MIT Media Lab’s Journal of Design and Science Is a Radical New Kind of Publication owl.li/ZoYqI
  • George Martin and the Beatles: A Producer’s Impact, in Five Songs owl.li/ZoXWa
  • Google’s AI Wins Pivotal Second Game in Match With Go Grandmaster owl.li/ZoYpH
  • Lockpickers 3-D Print TSA Master Luggage Keys From Leaked Photos owl.li/Zofie
  • Want Safer Passwords? Don’t Change Them So Often owl.li/ZoYoU
  • Forget Drones: Amazon is going to fly its own planes. It just got 20 Boeing 767 freighter aircrafts. owl.li/Zoff5
  • Our creative, beautiful, unpredictable machines owl.li/ZoXXu
  • Univision launches first U.S. fact-checking project en Español owl.li/ZpazD
  • Syllabi as Cultural Artifacts: MIT’s Introduction to Media Studies (Part Two) owl.li/ZoXgU
  • February breaks global temperature records by 'shocking' amount | Environment | The Guardian owl.li/ZqwVf
  • The Secret Life of the Real Banksy, Robin Gunningham owl.li/Zofaq
  • Our creative, beautiful, unpredictable machines owl.li/ZoeRM
  • The Magic Shop, Where Music and History Were Recorded, Is Closing owl.li/ZodQo
  • Scientists Just Discovered What Causes Grey Hair — But Will That Change Anything?  owl.li/Zoeh0
  • Security News This Week: Hackers Spoil Their $1 Billion Bank Heist With a Typo owl.li/ZodOJ
  • The History of Electronic Music in 476 Tracks (1937-2001) owl.li/Zoega
  • Beethoven’s Ode to Joy Played With 167 Theremins Placed Inside Matryoshka Dolls in Japan owl.li/ZodIE
  • Former SXSW Darlings Twitter, Foursquare, Meerkat and Highlight: Where Are They Now? owl.li/ZoefI
  • Sticky lawsuit: $400M dispute lingers over Post-it inventor owl.li/ZofbL
  • Pop Music Lyrics Average a Third-Grade Reading Level owl.li/Zoeel
  • 10 More Women of Title Design owl.li/Zm71R
  • Must read by Steven Levy: Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? owl.li/ZocJJ
  • The Sadness and Beauty of Watching Google’s AI Play Go owl.li/Zm6U3
  • The Story Behind this Remarkable Photo of a Reef Shark Parting a School of Fish — Vantage owl.li/ZjQw4
  • Meet the BOSS, the Largest Structure in the Universe (So Far) owl.li/Zm6ya
  • Inside the Artificial Intelligence Revolution: A Special Report, Pt. 2 owl.li/ZgWmi
  • MIT’s Clever Trick to Make Web Pages Load 34 Percent Faster owl.li/Zm5YB
  • AI Computer Wins First Match against Master Go Champion owl.li/ZguSj
  • The Chart of Cosmic Exploration owl.li/Zm5Ap
  • Found: Secret Tunnels Underneath Naples owl.li/Zm5yq
  • Google’s AI Wins First Game in Historic Match With Go Champion owl.li/ZgtyD
  • ◉ Diane Ragsdale on Surviving the Culture Change owl.li/Z83r9
  • A Pension Plan for the Creative Class owl.li/ZfsWs
  • Optical Illusions Show How VR Could Trick Our Brains | The Creators Project owl.li/ZgtuW
  • The Psychological Case for Instagramming Your Food owl.li/ZfsQf
  • The Battle for Picasso’s Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire owl.li/ZftIk
  • Audience takes centre stage in pioneering virtual reality dance film owl.li/ZfsIe
  • Shakespeare's dad saved paintings from destruction by the King - BBC News owl.li/Zftzn
  • System loads Web pages 34 percent faster by fetching files more effectively owl.li/ZguA8
  • Play to explore alleged romance between Shakespeare and Earl of Southampton owl.li/Zfttb

Antonio Ortiz

Antonio Ortiz has always been an autodidact with an eclectic array of interests. Fascinated with technology, advertising and culture he has forged a career that combines them all. In 1991 Antonio developed one of the very first websites to market the arts. It was text based, only available to computer scientists, and increased attendance to the Rutgers Arts Center where he had truly begun his professional career. Since then Antonio has been an early adopter and innovator merging technology and marketing with his passion for art, culture and entertainment. For a more in-depth look at those passions, visit SmarterCreativity.com.

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