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How China Could Dominate Science The Economist

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The dollar won’t always be king of currency. Other countries want to topple it.
on 15th of Jun 2019 Some of these are deep structural shifts, such as the rise of China. But as the Economist points out . Once upon a time, the British pound was the dominant international currency, but it was

9 Indicators Of The State Of Artificial Intelligence (AI), May 2019
(Jun 2019) 57% of IT and business executives (from Australia, Canada, China, Germany, France . is that technological change complements jobs rather than destroys them” [The Economist]. Job postings for AI

The story of China’s economy as told through the world’s biggest building
(since Feb, 2019)   The Economist

It is a microcosm that reveals how much China is master of its own fate.

Young people and their phones are shaking up banking
(since May, 2019)   The Economist

Customer *service* is about to get a lot better, says Helen Joyce.

China charts a path into European science
(since May, 2019)   Nature.com

As the Belt and Road Initiative spreads to central and eastern Europe, China’s investments in research and technology are raising concerns in the West.

The End of Economics? – Foreign Policy
(since Jan, 2019) The End of Economics?  Foreign Policy

In 1998, as the Asian financial crisis was ravaging what had been some of the fastest-growing economies in the world, the New Yorker ran an article describing .

Male journalists dominate the news – Daily chart
(some months now)   The Economist

Two-thirds of bylines in American reporting credit men.

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Aliens visited Earth seeking intelligent life. Returned home quite impressed by dogs.

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