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IoT — Economic Growth Answers (Subscribers only)

October 31, 2016
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Their evidence should be ignored.   There evidence is completely speculative and is based on technologies that haven’t yet been developed, haven’t been proven, haven’t yet been sold to consumers, and ignores (a) negative economic impacts and (b) economic displacement – the loss of other industries caused by the technologies. NONE of the cards say it…

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IoT: What are People Running?

October 30, 2016
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Some tournaments started the last weekend of October with the November IoT topic. What are people running?  Argument Map Pro As reported, the popular arguments on the Pro are — Agriculture — increase food supply, decrease hunger, death, poverty Answers (free with registration) Economic growth – the impact of the trillion dollar market Answers (subscribers only)…

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Essay — Resolved: The United States ought to limit qualified immunity for police officers.

October 30, 2016
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 ALL LD RESOURCES Resolved: The United States ought to limit qualified immunity for police officers. Introduction The November-December L-D topic deals with the question of whether or not qualified immunity for police officers should be limited, which is a very important question. In this essay, I will review the key terms of the resolution, provide…

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Internet of Things Smart Cities Answers (Subscribers)

October 30, 2016
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Smart cities are electronic panopticons that are vulnerable to hackers, likely to malfunction, exclude the poor, and discriminate against protect classes Kelsey Finch, Westin Research Fellow, International Association of Privacy Professionals, 2015, Welcome to the Metropticon: Protecting Privacy in a Hyperconnected Town,” FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL v. 41, http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2549&context=ulj, Although privacy advocates may yet stand…

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Internet of Things Won’t Improve Agriculture (Free With Registration)

October 30, 2016
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Technologies don’t solve poverty, generate unemployment, and fail to help small farmers Evan Fraser is Canada research chair and professor of geography. Sylvain Charlebois is professor of food distribution and policy. They work at the University of Guelph, Canada and are affiliated with the university’s Food Institute, Guardian, February 18, 2016, Automated Farming: Good news for…

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IoT will not improve health care (free)

October 30, 2016
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Regulations block advancements in health care Adam Theirer, Mercatus Center, George Mason, 2016, Permissionless Innovation: The Case for Comprehensive Technological Freedom, Kindle edition, page number at end of card Consider the field of medicine and the potential for digital technology to help revolutionize the medical profession, thus improving patient care. Unfortunately, America’s healthcare sector is…

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