Commencement Speech to Kenyon College class of 2005 written by David Foster Wallace
http://www.ted.com Ric Elias had a front-row seat on Flight 1549, the plane that crash-landed in the Hudson River in New York in January 2009. What went through his mind as the doomed plane went down? At TED, he tells his story publicly for the first time.
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An interview with Emad Mostaque, founder of Stability AI.
OUTLINE: 0:00 - Intro 1:30 - What is Stability AI? 3:45 - Where does the money come from? 5:20 - Is this the CERN of AI? 6:15 - Who gets access to the resources? 8:00 - What is Stable Diffusion? 11:40 - What if your model produces bad outputs? 14:20 - Do you employ people? 16:35 - Can you prevent the corruption of profit? 19:50 - How can people find you? 22:45 - Final thoughts, let's destroy PowerPoint
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Welcoming back the legend that is Professor Brian Kernighan! Professor Brailsford invites Brian for coffee and a chat.
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Well built and deeply documented, a design system’s library of design assets and component code are a foundation for independent squads to get things done. However, getting a team to depend on these tools isn’t guaranteed. Which tools do they use, or even need? Who enables access to the tools, if not the team that made them? Who and what does the system itself depend on? And, what do we do when – inevitably – there emerges more than one system to choose from? This talk maps the many connections and relationships we face when applying design systems at scale. It all starts with the fundamental connection: system to product. From there, it explodes into a myriad of relationships and exposes the decisions we face when operating amid this vast landscape of a system of systems. Nathan co-founded EightShapes in 2006 and is passionate about interaction design, information architecture, and front-end development. He specializes in design systems consulting for teams large and small, regularly writing about and speaking at events worldwide. Nathan conceived of EightShapes Unify (for UX documentation) and EightShapes Blocks (for HTML/CSS prototyping), toolkits downloaded by over 50,000 designers worldwide.
In this episode of Kasper On BI we are talking about the history of Business Intelligence at Microsoft with one of the early founders and Technical Fellow at Microsoft Amir Netz. We talk about the rise of MOLAP and the dominance of Enterprise BI at Microsoft and the rise of Self-service BI tools that brought Microsoft to a tipping point. With that came the rise of PowerPivot with its groundbreaking column store engine VertiPaq, PowerView with new ways to present data and PowerQuery to transform and connect to any data. All of this turned into Power BI as we know it that is again dominating the market. Finally, we will talk about the renewed focus on Enterprise BI with Power BI and what is next!
The expert on today's episode is Amir Netz, technical fellow at Microsoft and CTO of Power BI. He has been with the company for over 15 years. All this time he has been working on Microsoft Business intelligence story and was one of the visionaries that brought us Power BI. You can read more on Amir at this great story on the Microsoft People site: https://news.microsoft.com/stories/people/amir-netz.html
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The links discussed in the episode: Project Gemini: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5NElaMNfGo Project Cresent: https:/…
Ben es investigador de sistemas de diseño y presidente de Sparkbox. Trabaja con organizaciones como Gap o la Universidad de Stanford.
A Ben le apasiona ayudar a ver las ventajas de los sistemas de diseño y a darse cuenta de los grandes beneficios que ofrecen, ¡como unificar los equipos de producto de distintas disciplinas!
En esta charla de LPC Madrid nos presentó un modelo de madurez para los sistemas de diseño que ha desarrollado.
¡Que disfrutes de la charla!
Y si aún te quedas con ganas de aprender más sobre producto digital:
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“Lean into each moment expecting magic and miracles.” — Global macro advisor to the heads of some of the world’s largest hedge funds, co-founder of Princeton Review, author of many books, master of chess and writer of a best seller on test preparation.
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