Monday assorted links

1. Anton Howes on how the Dutch did it better.

2. Go news: “Kellin Pelrine, an American player who is one level below the top amateur ranking, beat the machine by taking advantage of a previously unknown flaw that had been identified by another computer.: (FT)

3. How much is a Pulitzer Prize worth in terms of book sales?

4. Chicago Booth School of Business art collection.  And anthropocentric bias in the appreciation of AI art.

5. Income inequality as a process that diffuses.

6. Does large-scale irrigation cool the climate?


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