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Susan Etlinger
Industry analyst , a division of . Research on . She/Her. Pathologically curious. [Photo detail by .]
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Jana Eggers Jan 15
When two fav and most respected peeps, & , ask you to come and talk data w them and other smart people, you say YES is my contribution to this amazing day's discussion PLEASE JOIN US
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Susan Etlinger Jan 15
Replying to @stevesilberman
Same! Always hated it.
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Paula Goldman Jan 15
I so appreciate the two of you and And thank you Danielle for a great job moderating.
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Susan Etlinger Jan 14
Thanks so much Maria Luciana! Rachel, would love to connect when you’re here and intro you to the community.
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Susan Etlinger Jan 14
Replying to @ejwillingham
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Susan Etlinger Jan 12
Try “Practical AI” with and . And has a great one too; it’s called “In Context”. Spoiler: I was a guest on both ☺️.
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dj patil Jan 12
Sure hope the White House is tracking this. Literally, people are going to die
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Susan Etlinger Jan 12
Mind. Blown. I wonder how many takes Emily Blunt had to do?!
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Susan Etlinger Jan 12
“How it has become a media consumption is a total surprise to us.”
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Susan Etlinger Jan 12
Replying to @mediaghosts
So basically forcing people to code-switch with an inanimate object or not be understood 🤦🏻‍♀️. I am hearing more awareness tho about the need to train algos on a spectrum of speech. We’ll see.
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Susan Etlinger Jan 12
Wow. I’ve seen companies position it as unintended consequences but never so explicitly. Is this a former employee?
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Internet Ethics Jan 11
"Publishing ethical principles and assembling teams is a good first step. It looks super on a press release. But this is where the real work begins.” cc
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Susan Etlinger Jan 11
This really was a fantastic day with many of the top thinkers on and . Thank you so much for curating this amazing event!
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Susan Etlinger Jan 11
Oooh I think maybe that's a regional thing?
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Susan Etlinger Jan 11
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Susan Etlinger Jan 11
GREAT piece by on why it’s so damn hard to talk productively about privacy.
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Susan Etlinger Jan 10
Replying to @ArielDumas
Rondelé spreadable cheese! Only for company.
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Susan Etlinger Jan 10
Replying to @ArielDumas
Oh, and Stouffer’s stuffed shells. Swanson’s dinners were for every day, but Stouffer’s were for “special”.
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Susan Etlinger Jan 10
Replying to @bonbauman @ArielDumas
Yes!!!! Suisse Mocha!!!
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Susan Etlinger Jan 10
Replying to @ArielDumas
From my childhood in Los Angeles: Hamburger Hamlet, because they had lobster bisque. Or as I later discovered, “lobster” “bisque”. Also, the flatware was identical to what we had at home, so my mom stole their spoons a lot, which was mortifying and slightly thrilling.
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