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Susan Etlinger
Industry analyst , a division of . Research on . She/Her. Pathologically curious. [Photo detail by .]
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Internet Ethics 16h
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Susan Etlinger 11h
Replying to @ruchowdh
Of course my Nana made the best ones. Light, flaky, buttery, intense and ethereal at the same time. 👌🏻😭
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Susan Etlinger 11h
Oh interesting. I spoke there last year; I’ll reach out to my contacts and see if I can find out if there’s an open source version.
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Susan Etlinger 11h
Replying to @bphilhour @SFUHSorg
Aw thanks, Byron! It was so fun and they were amazing! Thanks so much for inviting me.
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O'Reilly Strata 14h
Spots are still available for Ethics Summit at Strata SF hosted by 's and conference chair . Next week, we'll dive into the thorny issues of data, privacy, bias, and morality
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Susan Etlinger Mar 20
Replying to @ruchowdh
I know, I know! But really good rugelach is easier to find (at least in SF) than really good hamantaschen 🤷🏻‍♀️.
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Susan Etlinger Mar 20
Replying to @ruchowdh
I’m more of a rugelach girl tbh.
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Susan Etlinger Mar 20
New story by in on how global leaders are approaching , and how they’re setting their priorities accordingly. [Disclosure: I worked on this research with ].
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Susan Etlinger Mar 20
Replying to @supernovia @LesHorn
Or more probably, they knew and the pressure finally became too great.
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Susan Etlinger Mar 20
Replying to @supernovia @LesHorn
I did redo it; all good. Got Tim White the second time; one of the discoverers of “Lucy”. But it stunned me how long it took them to realize what he was up to.
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Susan Etlinger Mar 20
Replying to @supernovia @LesHorn
Yep. He told a room full of people that he could (statistically speaking) predict our grades by the shape of our heads. He eventually lost tenure and was fired. But that’s how I failed Anthro 1. (Of course I forgot to drop the class, which would have been a much smarter move.)
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Susan Etlinger Mar 19
Replying to @LesHorn
Anthropology 1. Prof was a “biological determinist”, which is to say, racist. I walked out in week 2 and never returned.
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Susan Etlinger Mar 19
Hey ; are your ears burning? You two should know each other in any case. Xox
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Susan Etlinger Mar 19
Replying to @rachelcoldicutt
“We can’t x until y” is a classic sign of resistance. And not the good kind.
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AI4ALL Mar 19
AI isn't objective simply because it's grounded in math--humans create and develop AI. AI4ALL's Amy Chou talks about the role of humanity in an AI-powered world in 's magazine with and Suzanne Yuen.
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Microsoft Europe Mar 19
How leaders of large, global organizations are thinking about and deploying - great insights from
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Susan Etlinger Mar 18
Oh awesome. I’d also listen to “Uptalking with Laura”?
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Kathy Baxter Mar 18
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Susan Etlinger Mar 16
😂
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Susan Etlinger Mar 14
Replying to @AHarmonyMusic
I mean, it’s a perfectly rational answer.
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