Interview 1222 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

10/27/20169 Comments

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: AI Program Predicts Human Rights Trials With 79% Accuracy
Uber Self-Driving Truck Packed With Budweiser Makes First Delivery in Colorado
China To Score Citizens, Deny Basic Privileges To Underachievers
‘Black Mirror’ Episode “Nosedive” Is Terrifying Because It's Real
Sesame Credit: China’s Creepy New Social Engineering Experiment (Dec. 19 2015)

Story #2: Nonsense Paper Written By iOS Autocomplete Accepted For Conference
The Crisis of Science (Is Worse Than You Think)
Top University Stole Millions From Taxpayers By Faking Global Warming Research

Story #3: Christopher Marlowe Officially Credited As Co-Author Of 3 Shakespeare Plays
Questions For Corbett #029

#GoodNewsNextWeek: The Drug War's Not In Kansas Anymore

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  1. Corbett says:

    Apologies for the poor audio quality of this one. As I mentioned in today’s video technical gremlins ate our recording today and this is all I was able to salvage (no video for this one). I hope you’re able to get something out of it anyway.

  2. jhnsmall6 says:

    Human Rights prediction by computer story does not compare results of comparison methods. %79 is just a number without a context.

    • felix says:

      Co-authorship in Shakspeare is nothing new to me.Edith Sitwell who died long ago wrote about the Henry plays and decided which parts were probably by Marlowe.
      I know that one of my favourite plays – which others hate -Cymbeline, was written about half by Shakespeare and half by another playwright. I forget his name now but I looked him up and found his own writing pretty good but I think I can tell which parts are by Shakespeare. What matters is the plays, whoever wrote them.Maybe the publishers have now decided to acknowledge the co-authors whom we have always known about.

  3. claudia.s says:

    As always I enjoyed James comments about Shakespeare.

  4. Rain says:

    Not sure if it’s feasible, but ya’ll could have auxiliary cameras to record your dialogue during the Skype conversation, rather than streaming the actual call.

    Always looking forward to NWNW!

  5. Octium says:

    I think the story about the jury acquitting the men arrested for the protest in Oregon would make a good, Good News Next Week story.

    If only because more people are waking up and for the fact that a jury made up of ordinary people did not buy into the governments story.

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