Tag: AI

Readings for Lunch — [ 09 Jan 2018 ]

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The Best Way to Complain (poster in Facebook)

AI

Building AI systems that work is still hard

Even with the support of AI frameworks like TensorFlow or OpenAI, artificial intelligence still requires deep knowledge and understanding compared to a mainstream web developer.

PSYCHOLOGY

Mental models

Via Nikhil Verma
Mental models are rooted in decades of experience of thousands of experts – a modern equivalent of folk wisdom. They are useful to quickly and correctly reason about seemingly intractable problems.

Readings for Lunch — [ 03 Nov 2017 ]

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Jon Gold: “There are SO many possible input-output paradigm combinations for design tooling. Dragging rectangles to get pictures of design is ONE. Here are literally some ideas” (source)

AI

Chihuahua or muffin? My search for the best computer vision API

How good IS modern AI at removing the uncertainty of an image that could resemble a chihuahua or a muffin?

MANAGEMENT

The struggle between leading and managing design

Jason Mesut tells shares his views (and struggles) about the two sides of design leadership: Leadership and Management.

Readings for Lunch — [ 11 Aug 2017 ]

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An emoji-based periodic ⚛ table 💥 (source) – I know, already published last week, but… I mean… 👏💯🙌

GIT

gitmoji – An emoji guide for your commit messages 🔝

Stop having boring commit messages 💤, spice them up with some 🌶

AI

DeepMoji – Artificial emotional intelligence 🤖

DeepMoji has learned to understand emotions 🤗 and sarcasm 🤓 based on millions of emojis. Type a sentence to see it in action (ok, not very accurate 😜 )

Readings for Lunch — [ 14 Nov 2016 ]

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The "Gypsy Girl" is in Zeugma Mosaic Museum – (View all the mosaics).

THINK

Let Us Now Praise Ordinary People

The explosive (as usual) talk that Mike Monteiro has given at the latest Beyond Tellerrand conf. About how we "design" to change the world (and all the bullshits connected with this illusion).

AI

Google AI invents its own cryptographic algorithm; no one knows how it works

Neural networks seem good at devising crypto methods; less good at codebreaking.

Readings for Lunch — [ 29 Sep 2016 ]

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"Learn from failure" and other good advices – IDEO offices in London.

AI

Artificial Intelligence: asking the right questions

In human computer interaction, we use the human intelligence as a benchmark. Is this a terribly restrictive idea of intelligence, that limits our imaginations and constrains what the innovations in machine learning and AI could offer?

WORLD

Australia Is Drifting So Fast GPS Can't Keep Up

A significant correction must be made by the end of the year for navigation technology to keep working smoothly.

Readings for Lunch — [ 14 Sep 2016 ]

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Humans vs. algorithms (source)

TYPOGRAPHY

Variable Fonts

This is big! Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Adobe have joined the forces to create a new kind of font. A variable font is, as John Hudson put it, “a single font file that behaves like multiple fonts”. I already see people getting crazy at tweaking a design changing font weight with a slider.

AI

WaveNet: A Generative Model for Raw Audio

Wavenets are bringing us closer to natural-sounding machines? Will they be able to generate speech which mimics any human voice and which sounds more natural than the best existing text-to-speech systems?