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Rob May
CoFounder/CEO of Talla () - I also write a popular A.I. newsletter at
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Rob May May 21
after 2 years of discussing it, we finally did a new version of
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Inside AI May 20
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Kathryn Hume May 21
Rodney Brooks' take on "AI is whatever computers can't do until they can" in his 1987 article "Intelligence without Representation."
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Ryan Knopf May 20
The long form cut of our latest video release is up. It's always fun when I get to wear the 'Video Producer' hat for a day . . .
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Rob May May 20
Inside AI Live tomorrow is sold out. You can RSVP for the live streaming at - and I are going to kick it off by talking about investing in AI
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Benji Sucher May 19
Thank you for featuring our new fund along with my partner () and I in the weekend edition of Inside AI:
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Rob May May 16
Note to politicians - "people’s experiences of the penal system are best not talked about in probabilistic terms"
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Ole Peters May 16
We culturally need to grasp the concept of ergodicity, including in our choice of words. Failure to do so is having absurd consequences every day. [blog post contains a flickering image]
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Rob May May 16
I LOVE that the Wall Street Journal has a front page article on how NPS sucks! I've never been a fan of that tool. Waaay over-rated.
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Rob May May 13
Replying to @gabthinking
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Steve Cohen May 13
I had an awesome chat with for "AI at Work" podcast on AI, NLP and the question "Why does George Jetson have a job if they have all those robots?"
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Rob May May 12
I love counterintuitive ideas like this How the goal of more government transparency led to the the rise of lobbyists, fewer compromises, and more partisanship.
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Rob May May 11
Replying to @robmay
Imagine it - you may have an experience you don't like, and weren't prepared for what to expect. It could be thrilling.
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Rob May May 11
Crazy idea for milennials who really want to get wild - a "recommendation algorithm detox." Go listen to a song, read a book, or try a restaurant that was NOT recommended to you by an algorithm, and do it without reading the reviews first.
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David Murgatroyd May 10
Fascinating evidence from Ellie Pavlick of at that deep networks for NLP “rediscover the classic NLP pipeline”.
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Rob May May 11
Such a cool robot!
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Rob May May 9
I agree. But also, investors often encourage them to give up.
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Rob May May 8
Replying to @robmay
will come back to haunt them and drive them crazy when a Democrat is President.
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Rob May May 8
Voters don't understand all the things Bush and Obama did to increase Executive Branch power, weaken Congress, and lay the legal groundwork for things Trump is doing now. And Republicans don't understand that the boundaries Trump is pushing, which they are supporting,
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Rob May May 8
5 tickets left for the Boston Machine Intelligence dinner
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