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The dbt Semantic Layer by: Drew Banin, Co-Founder & CPO, DBT Labs
In this talk, Drew will discuss the dbt Semantic Layer and explore some of the ways that Semantic Layers and Feature Stores can be leveraged together to power consistent and precise analytics and machine learning applications.
apply(): The ML data engineering Conference Presented by Tecton
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George Oates is an Australian designer and entrepreneur. She works in the cultural heritage sector and she’s an expert on digital archives. Her latest challenge is working out how to make an online photography archive last for 100 years.
George previously spoke at dConstruct back in 2007, where she and Denise Wilton had a conversation called Human Traffic.
George spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.
Daniel Burka is a Canadian digital designer who has previously worked in the agency world, at Silicon Valley startups, and even venture capital. But now he’s doing truly meaningful work, designing for busy healthcare workers in low-income countries.
Daniel previously spoke at dConstruct back in 2008, when he gave a talk called Designing for Interaction.
Daniel spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.
Matt Webb is a technologist, product designer, and writer who defies categorisation. He has headed up a design studio, co-founded a start-up, and now consults on super-clever machine learning stuff. His blog is brilliant.
Matt previously spoke at dConstruct back in 2007, when he gave a talk called The Experience Stack.
Matt spoke at the final dConstruct, a special one-off anniversary edition held in 2022. The theme of the day was design transformation.
For decades, flying saucers were a punch line. Then the U.S. government got over the taboo.
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Alison Gopnik (UC Berkeley) https://simons.berkeley.edu/talks/large-language-models-cultural-technology AI and Humanity
Recent work on large language models has focused on whether or not they are analogous to individual intelligent agents. I argue that instead we should think of them as cultural transmission technologies, by which accumulated information from other humans is passed on in a compact form. This makes them aanogous to other human technologies such as writing, print, libraries and internet search, and arguably language itself rather than as intelligent systems. I wil l present some data showing that such systems are very bad at solving simple reasoning tasks, but very good at passing on information, and discuss implications of this view for social and technological progress, for good or ill
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