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Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse (2008)

Life comes in waves, this is the story of an exploratory mind, seeking wisdom and truth. At each stage of my life I sit down and learn something new from

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Solid Project

This explanation says it all but I like the fact it talks about ‘course correction’ – we know it’s a journey and every early generation of new technology can go

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Farnam Street Blog

I’m not sure how I found this but it’s always insightful. A newsletter (that isn’t sent out too often), the blog and some podcasts – all with great content and

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Subprime Attention Crisis

The full title is ‘Subprime Attention Crisis: Advertising and the Time Bomb at the Heart of the Internet’ and it’s a good description. Tim Hwang makes the case that the core

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Stanford HAI – Human centered AI

I signed up for updates a few years ago when this launched and it’s been a constant source of high quality content. There are always events going on which are

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Human Centered Tech group on Linkedin

This group brings together people who are interested in the design and development of human centered technology. Making technology human centered means making it thoughtful, inclusive, diverse, and ultimately better

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The Center for Humane Technology

The world needs to stop sleep walking into the biggest social tech disaster that is happening around us. Tech has lots its way. It is no longer being built to

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Be more coach and less cheerleader

I’ve heard this before but I experienced it brought to life when home schooling my 8th grader. Cheerleaders will encourage, tell you to keep going and be your biggest fan.

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Discovery

Chomsky has said many times: ‘Discovery is the ability to be puzzled by simple things.’ This is a remark regarding scientific discovery, but it applies to innovation in general. In

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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

This is a great resource on the history and philosophy of AI. I reference it a lot and it’s written very eloquently. I often go back to this when I

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Neural Network Methods for NLP (Goldberg)

AI moves rapidly, so it’s hard to recommend any singular resources. I have worked in several fields from vision to NLP to computational aesthetics and I have often found that

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Up to date AI News at AITopics.org

I found this useful source for AI news at AITopics.org – you can filter your search for various keywords. It’s more up to date than a Google search (which I

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It’s ok to do nothing sometimes

I’ve had periods of time where I didn’t (or couldn’t) do anything that felt productive. Sometimes it was mandated like extended sick leave or maternity leave. Other times it was

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Be mindful of which advice you take

There are some moments in your life where you’ll get bombarded with advice. It usually accompanies big life events like starting a new job or becoming a parent. During those

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