I am back in Orlando this week for Live 360, where I get to meet up with 1,100 of my close personal data friends. If you're attending this event, please find me--I'm the tall guy who smells like bacon.

 

As always, here are some links I hope you find interesting. Enjoy!

 

Google will offer checking accounts, says it won’t sell the data

Because Google has proved itself trustworthy over the years, right?

 

Google Denies It’s Using Private Health Data for AI Research

As I was just saying...

 

Automation could replace up to 800 million jobs by 2035

Yes, the people holding those jobs will transition to different roles. It's not as if we'll have 800 million people unemployed.

 

Venice floods: Climate change behind highest tide in 50 years, says mayor

I honestly wouldn't know if Venice was flooded or not.

 

Twitter to ban all political advertising, raising pressure on Facebook

Your move, Zuck.

 

California man runs for governor to test Facebook rules on lying

Zuckerberg is doubling down with his stubbornness on political ads. That's probably because Facebook revenue comes from such ads, so ending them would kill his bottom line.

 

The Apple Card Is Sexist. Blaming the Algorithm Is Proof.

Apple, and their partners, continue to lower the bar for software.

 

Either your oyster bar has a trough or you're doing it wrong. Lee & Rick's in Orlando is a must if you are in the area.