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Tuesday, January 16, 04:00PM  by:shuri
news,
tech,
technology,
beijing,
social media,
baidu inc - spon adr,
tencent holdings ltd,
e-commerce,
microsoft corp,
science,
stanford university,
artificial intelligence,
alibaba group holding-sp adr,
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source Alibaba's AI Outguns Humans in Reading Test
Alibaba has developed an artificial intelligence model that scored better than humans in a Stanford University reading and comprehension test.
Friday, January 12, 06:44PM  by:shuri
news,
tech,
fb,
mark zuckerberg,
advertisement,
facebook stock price,
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source Facebook's News Feed change wiped out $25 billion — but it could be good for the company in the long run (FB) | Markets Insider
Facebook announced major changes to its platform, which will refocus the News Feed on content from friends and family. Advertisers and investors were worr...
Thursday, January 11, 02:38PM  by:shuri
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source The Best Books I Read In 2017 – The Mission – Medium
2017 was my best reading year yet. It was also the first year I didn’t set a reading goal. I noticed a tendency in myself when I had some arbitrary number of books to read that I tended to pick out…
Thursday, January 11, 12:56PM  by:shuri
online business,
growthlab,
ramit sethi,
market research,
entrepreneur,
business idea,
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source EXACTLY how I do market research for new products
It’s an entrepreneur’s worst nightmare: getting obsessed with the “perfect” business idea, painstakingly creating the perfect product… only to launch to the ...
Sunday, January 07, 05:46PM  by:shuri
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source The Feynman Technique Model
The Feynam Technique is a Mental Model named after Richard Feynman, a Nobel Prize Winning Physicist. It is designed as a technique to help you learn pretty much learn anything - so understand concepts you don't really get, remember stuff you have already learnt, or study more efficiently. The Feynman Technique was actually a big inspiration for this blog - I try and apply this to a lot of the concepts and Mental Models that I write about. The technique can be broken down into four easy steps, but first a quick video from Scott Young that sums it up very simply.
Sunday, January 07, 05:27PM  by:shuri
deep,
submit,
comment,
vote,
reddit.com,
reddit,
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source AMA: Michael I Jordan • r/MachineLearning
Michael I. Jordan is the Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Department...
Sunday, January 07, 05:13PM  by:shuri
deep,
submit,
comment,
vote,
reddit.com,
reddit,
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source [D] Confession as an AI researcher; seeking advice • r/MachineLearning
I have a confession to make. I was a CS major in college and took very few advanced math or stats courses. Besides basic calculus, linear...
Sunday, January 07, 04:31PM  by:shuri
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source If you want to learn Data Science, take a few of these statistics classes
A year ago, I was a numbers geek with no coding background. After trying an online programming course, I was so inspired that I enrolled in one of the best computer science programs in Canada. Two…
Sunday, January 07, 04:16PM  by:shuri
news,
tech,
way,
self-starter,
the,
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source How to Learn Statistics for Data Science, The Self-Starter Way
Learn statistics for data science for free, at your own pace. Master core concepts, Bayesian thinking, and statistical machine learning!
Sunday, January 07, 11:18AM  by:shuri
life,
strong visual,
top story,
self,
ask polly,
advice,
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source Ask Polly: ‘Why Am I So Lazy?’
For this week’s Ask Polly, the Cut’s advice columnist, Heather Havrilesky, answers a reader’s question about laziness.
Saturday, January 06, 01:08PM  by:shuri
news,
tech,
government,
vietnam,
optimism,
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source Optimism In The Face Of Current Reality - Feld Thoughts
Let’s start with an awesome dog taking himself sledding. Now, let’s move on to Bill Gates opening essay in this week’s Time Magazine (he’s their first ever guest editor) titled Some good news, for once. It’s short and powerful. He starts out with context. “Reading the news today does not exactly leave you feeling optimistic. Hurricanes... Read more