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KevinY @Kevin posted to everyone - 9 hours

I sometimes think even the top tier newspapers play around with click baity, intentionally misreadable headlines.

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New B @defcon5 posted to Google - 10 hours

"For a plant to be efficient, it shouldn't use too much of its resources on forming branches—but it also shouldn't take too long for resources to reach the ends of its existingmore

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CaleighP @caleighpropes posted to Yale - 7 hours

This program definitely seems interesting. Using Echo Dots in coursework and trying to make the device an integral part of these students' living environment seems like a smartmore

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Robin D @rldorfman posted to Harvard - 1 day

"Facebook did take the unusual step of scrubbing its site of a hateful blog post targeting Heyer written by the neo-Nazi site The Daily Stormer..."more

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Seems as if other companies are following suit. Apple has disable ApplePay for e-Shops that sell white supremacist merchandise, and other companies like Uber, Airbnb, etc. are ...more

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Anonymous @Anonymous  posted to Google - 1 day

Necessary practicalities of running a 70,000+ employee company means some training sessions (especially voluntary) must be very focused. That focus means some tough ground rules.more

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I don't agree with silencing discussion, but I do note that the slides listed debating bias as "off-topic for *this session*". That means these slides do not speak for Google ...more

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Voicing opinions is any setting is always a balancing act. What makes it particularly challenging in many internet/tech firms is that the firms were founded on and espoused the ...more

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It's about experience, not viewership. People go to the movies for the spectacle - the large screen (still bigger than the Costco 84"), the quality of the image, the 3D audio - ...more

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"Your memo was a triumph of motivated reasoning: heads men win; tails women lose. Here are a few psychological differences between the sexes that you didn’t mention. Men score ...more

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FannieActive @FrancisF posted to Berkeley Google - 3 days

The analog smart home player could lead the digital push! "Over 900 million people pass through the doors of its 400 stores each year. It's the biggest retailer in the world."more

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So its a remote controlled light bulb? Or light bulb hub? Um, ok, I guess. My world isn't rocked.

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KevinY @Kevin posted to Berkeley Google Stanford - 3 days

Hmmmm, AWS is very quiet on the AI publicity/PR front. One reason is that they have a tremendous lead in actual usage, and thus, no need to draw much attention to it, especiallymore

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Former chief technologist for the Federal Trade Commission: “Essentially [Facebook's] approach takes data generated by consumers and uses it in ways that directly hurts their ...more

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“The recall is going forward no matter how much taxpayer money Judge Persky decides to waste on frivolous lawsuits,” [Stanford law professor and recall campaign chair Michele ...more

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Michele Dauber is perhaps at the very top of list of people I'd like to have coffee with. She seems like a force of nature, sharp and relentless.

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