How Hackers Turned Yahoo’s Own System Against Its Users
How the Internet Is Saving Culture, Not Killing It
Academic Journals: The Most Profitable Obsolete Technology in History
Problems with Personalized Learning
The eigenvector of "Why we moved from language X to language Y" · Erik Bernhardsson
On Programming Languages; Why My Dad Went From Programming to Driving a Bus
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Tech Startups Come Up With Some Creative Definitions for ‘Profitable’
The Downfall of the Popular IPO
The real reason my startup was successful: privilege.
If You Think You’re a Genius, You’re Crazy - Issue 46: Balance - Nautilus
There’s a lot of luck behind a VC firm’s expected $1.5 billion payout from the Snap IPO.
Predicting the future job market: the librarians
Deep learning: the silver bullet?
How Bloomberg is Eating Thomson Reuters’ Lunch
Technology is already “fixing” journalism. But is it working?
The Rise of the Artificially Intelligent Hedge Fund
India sucks at protecting intellectual property, according to a new ranking
The Super Bowl Wasn’t Really Like The Election
Algorithms and insults: Scaling up our understanding of harassment on Wikipedia – Wikimedia Blog
Data in, predictions out - FastML
What’s Better in the Classroom—Teacher or Machine?
Unlearning descriptive statistics
A Large Corpus for Supervised Word-Sense Disambiguation
food2vec - Augmented cooking with machine intelligence – Jaan Altosaar
Distracted by Attention
Capital One Pursues ‘Explainable AI’ to Guard Against Bias in Models
To Build The Times of the Future, It Should Learn to Let Go
Google AI expert explains the challenge of debugging machine-learning systems
Why Machines Still Can’t Learn So Good
Rocket AI: 2016’s Most Notorious AI Launch and the Problem with AI Hype
I’m Done Pretending SF Tech Is Visionary – Startup Grind
The Trouble with Quantum Mechanics
Wall Street’s Insatiable Lust: Data, Data, Data
Bias in Criminal Risk Scores Is Mathematically Inevitable, Researchers Say
The Robots, AI, and Unemployment Anti-FAQ - Less Wrong
What can we learn from the last 200 million things that happened in the world?
Logicworks Tried To Beat Amazon Web Services, Then Turned Working With It Into $135 Million
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