In this second part of my review about this book I'll describe mainly the process of acquisition and dismantling of Twitter as we knew it, or now, X. We don't know yet what will turn into, if it's going to be, "an everything app", or a company that will help Musk in his objective of competing in the artificial intelligence race.
Firts part of my review of Walter Isaacson's biography on Elon Musk. This author is well known for telling the most personal stories about innovators of tis century, and its influence in the scientific and technological advancements.
I wrote an opinion article about President Milei's first month of comunication, reflected in social media activities, designations of officers for that area as the spokeperson, and the media secretary, among others. This first month reveals the difficulties for defining an area or key team.
I finally registered in Bluesky, the new open source social media platform created by Jack Dorsey, one of Twitter's founders, and I started to try its features. There's a lot of people from academia using it who started to reject the use of Twitter after Musk bought the platform and turned it into X.
Alondra Nelson fue incluida entre las 100 personas más influyentes de la revista TIME en Inteligencia Artificial. I reviewed the article in which Nelson, with other scientists, presented, on computational social sciences
I watched Christopher Nolan's film Oppenheimer yesterday and I think it's amanzing. It shows the training of the scientist but also mixes debates about physics, with the historical-political context. The film also shows two very important regions today: Princeton, New Jersey, and Nuevo Mexico's Santa Fe.