Month: June 2019

Mike Tremblay June 23, 2019

Andrew Yang is a democrat contender for president of the United States. He has expressed concern about a ‘jobless future’ as Martin Ford puts it [Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future], from technological change, in particular changes coming from the application of artificial intelligence in the workplace, which may […]

Mike Tremblay June 4, 2019

Pain is, well, a pain. It is the one thing we all have direct experience of, and can communicate to others, but which defies direct clinical measurement. We are left with subjective measures of pain, such as the ‘oucher’ scale or similar. While it is frustrating not to have a direct way to measure pain, […]