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Susan Etlinger
Industry analyst , a division of . Independent research on . Pathologically curious.
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maya kosoff 22h
oh god this is so thoughtful and sad
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Susan Etlinger 10h
This resonates so much for me; the point at which I am totally comfortable is the point at which I become less interested.
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emily bell 24h
If you are a journalist made dizzy by all the recent events at Facebook - our platform incident timeline is a resource for you
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Susan Etlinger 16h
This is an important thread by . As Rachel Bloom would say, “The situation is a lot more nuanced than that”.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 15
Replying to @jorgepaguilar
We have different jobs; for me it’s the only way to get research done.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 15
Replying to @CaseyNewton
Really well done today, Casey.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 15
Such a pleasure to speak with the class at today. Thanks for the invitation and great conversation on and !
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Susan Etlinger Nov 15
+1 for “Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule”. I’ve arranged my calendar this way (MWF are maker days, TuTh are manager days) for years.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 15
You beat me to it!
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Peter Skomoroch Nov 14
New report from at on the biggest challenges to AI adoption: "While the adoption of AI is happening fast, the survey suggests that organizations tend to lack many of the foundational enablers required to derive value from AI at scale."
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Erin Griffith Nov 14
A bot now tells Financial Times reporters if they’re only quoting men
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Susan Etlinger Nov 13
God yes.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 13
Replying to @setlinger
And here's another that I hear all the time: look for the areas where you have clear and valuable business cases.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 13
Over and over, the top two success criteria I hear for are 1) Doing the work to build a data infrastructure and 2) a willingness to learn from failure. The first is tactical, the second is cultural. Neither is optional.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 13
Hi all! Please join and me for a webinar on & customer relationships on November 20 at 2pm EST. We'll be talking macro trends, case examples, (emerging) best practices. Register:
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Susan Etlinger Nov 13
Compelling argument by : Letting tech firms frame the debate is a mistake
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Mark Riedl ✈️ YEG➡️ATL Nov 12
Our latest results on neural story plot generation! Stories generated by neural nets often lack coherence and direction. We provide a DRL based approach with reward shaping to control the direction of the plot.
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Open Data Science Nov 11
In an effort to fix the issue of bias within small machine learning datasets, a team from IBM research is working on ways to “restore balance” of data sets by balancing generative adversarial networks
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Open Data Science Nov 10
Google recently unveiled the Google Dataset Search, a new product in the beta phase that you can use to find datasets published online. The single interface allows you to search repositories worldwide.
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Susan Etlinger Nov 9
Hi all! Please join and me for a webinar on and customer relationships on November 20 at 11AMPST/2PMEST. We'll be talking macro trends, case examples, (emerging) best practices. All are welcome!
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