Catchup #11: Insightful Twitter Threads (AI Future, Economy, Caste Project, Atlanticist Threat, Amar Chitra Katha)

We are sharing Twitter threads on the future of AI, Economic situation, History of Caste Project, Israel's Atlanticist Threat, Amar Chitra Katha's cover art

Catchup #11: Insightful Twitter Threads (AI Future, Economy, Caste Project, Atlanticist Threat, Amar Chitra Katha)
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“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” ― W.B. Yeats

1. Future of AI

ChatGPT and other AI products are promising a lot and almost suggesting a future that will eliminate human work.  But is it true?

William Eden looks at the hardware, the software and the economics of it all, including how much of a strategic lift AI products bring to the table.  His verdict - Overhyped!

2. Economic Situation

How does the economy look?  As per this thread based on a analytics of data from 33.6K companies, the outlook looks very grim.  Where will the growth come?  Not from where you think it will.

It is a must read thread.

3. Constructing the Caste in a Hinduphobic project

Caste system and Dalit atrocities have been used as a weapon against Hindus.  A lot of falsehoods have been thrown at Hindus in the garb of "equality".  What is the truth?  A very interesting and informative thread on how caste was used.

4. The Atlanticist Threat

The current establishment, where NATO, Atlantic Council, State Department and UK Foreign Office are working together via their state and non-state organizations and actors, are swooping in on Israel as well to control its government.  They do not want Netanyahu as the Prime Minister and are pushing for left-leaning protests and anarchists to take over.  What is happening in Israel should be carefully watched by Indian geopolitical folks.

5. Cover Art of Amar Chitra Katha

Many generations have grown with the Amar Chitra Katha's comics teaching us history, however deficient it was.

But its cover art collection is worth revisiting.  It was unique and indeed a collector's item!

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