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The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies
What do you do to start reading the second machine age work progress and prosperity in the time of brilliant technologies? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting bookExpand
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Towards Green Growth
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Futures studies in the 21st Century: a reality-based view
Abstract Futures-thinking in various ways may or may not be expanding. But it is clearly an ever-changing activity, and appears to be ever more fragmented by culture, subject matter, style, andExpand
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Characterizing Topological Order with Matrix Product Operators
One of the most striking features of quantum phases that exhibit topological order is the presence of long range entanglement that cannot be detected by any local order parameter. The formalism ofExpand
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Anyons and matrix product operator algebras
Quantum tensor network states and more particularly projected entangled-pair states provide a natural framework for representing ground states of gapped, topologically ordered systems. The definingExpand
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Geometry of matrix product states: Metric, parallel transport, and curvature
We study the geometric properties of the manifold of states described as (uniform) matrix product states. Due to the parameter redundancy in the matrix product state representation, matrix productExpand
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Entanglement of Distillation for Lattice Gauge Theories.
We study the entanglement structure of lattice gauge theories from the local operational point of view, and, similar to Soni and Trivedi [J. High Energy Phys. 1 (2016) 1], we show that the usualExpand
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Futures-thinking and identity: Why “Futures Studies” is not a field, discipline, or discourse: a response to Ziauddin Sardar's ‘the namesake’
Abstract The term we use to describe the study or research of the future or futures is indeed important, and “futures studies” is preferable, although there is considerable dispute as to who and whatExpand
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Now for the Long Term: The Report of the Oxford Martin Commission for Future Generations
The key focus of the Commission’s is on “the increasing short-termism of modern politics and our collective inability to break the gridlock which undermines attempts to address the biggest challengesExpand
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Book Review — Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing
“Our planet and our world are experiencing the best of times and the worst of times”: unprecedented prosperity and unprecedented stress, with growing inequality and rising waves of protest in manyExpand
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