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Then surveillance capitalism was invented and the whole project turned extractive and adversarial.'We Need a Fundamental Reset.' Shoshana Zuboff on Building an Internet That Lets Democracy Flourish|Billy Perrigo|January 22, 2021|Time
If you wish to lose yourself in a story about the natural world set in the long-term consequences of unchecked extractive industries, this is your novel.
If Huxley had taken Darwinian humbling further, perhaps he might have wondered whether humanity was entitled to its sweeping extractive project.The Human Error Darwin Inspired - Issue 90: Something Green|Aaron Hirsh|September 30, 2020|Nautilus
Participation, too, is often based on the same extractive logic, especially when it comes to machine learning.Participation-washing could be the next dangerous fad in machine learning|Amy Nordrum|August 25, 2020|MIT Technology Review
In some countries, it disrupted “the existing economic” and “political balance in society” and as he puts it, it broke “the cycle of extractive institutions” while enabling “more inclusive ones to emerge,” at least in some places.
These results in reference to extractive, etc., reveal nothing that has not been known before.
Extractive matter and tannin are particularly liable to a change of this kind, by the prolonged action of heat in the bath.
When lime water is added, an extractive matter is thrown down, which amounts to from 20 to 47 parts in 1000 of the liquor.
The outer surface or epidermis seldom furnishes either tannin or extractive matter.
Consequently, it contains a certain quantity of mineral salts, coloring substances, and other unknown extractive matters.