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The awesome recap vieo. We did a thing!
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my year. i fucking love being 40.
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Summer hasn't quite left us yet. 💙 @ Nofo - North Fork Of Long Island
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all this angst about iPhone X notch in landscape mode:
but more than 90% of the time… it do…
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Apple’s iPhone X notch is an odd design choice - The Verge
all this angst about iPhone X notch in landscape mode:
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We had a Percolate Design System workshop yesterday. Thanks to for joining us.
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It's part of conspiracy by the avacado producers. I saw an article - avacado prices soar 125%. My av…
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Packed up and headed home from , thankful to everyone from speakers to attendees who came and made it anothe…
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The end of all design discussions: "It's what the business wants" Killer responses from hell
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Thanks &the whole mtpcon crew for awesome conf-as always. Met fab new peeps&lots of old friends.…
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Inspired and ready to work! Thanks for all the great talks at Mind The Product London
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Thank you to our speakers, sponsors, crew, and above all our passionate attendees for making such an amazin…
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I feel like has won my best slides award at every conference I’ve seen…
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I'm hosting my workshop to San Diego Oct-12

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thank you for a truly amazing conference experience. I had a great time, and I'm Spi…
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on designing ML products
- tell users if algo is unsure
- avoid training data biases
- chihu…
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very inspiring talk, lovely slides, and so glad I heard the words "design system" at
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Best conference I ever attended. 100 out of 10.
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what à fantastic 2017 lineup! I cannot fault the organisers!Hopefully see you next year !
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So true. Like many publishers we are building on big data. A fantastic reminder that with great data…
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"Algorithms are useful when designers set expectations about its limits and flaws"
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josh clark wins best slides at mind the product
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Machine learning // machine loving
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The design and presentation of data is as important as the underlying algorithm, says
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"The machines only know what we feed them - they eat us" great talk on training the right diverse da…
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A Designers role is to set expectations to channel behaviour that matches the systems current ability. To anticip…
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Sensational thought provoking presentation from on the responsibilities of working with machine lear…
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Although - shout out to whose pull quote game is seriously strong.
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We need to get everyone involved in if we want it to be accurate and unbiased because at the moment, it's as bi…
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Brilliant talk on design in the era of algorithms
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11 days ago
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Loving talk, design in the age of the algorithm
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The machines are what we feed them & we feed them us - we & all our historical behaviours & discrimination is the t…
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Machines make mistakes. Recognition is hard.
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'There is a risk that we bake our past or our own bias into what we build'
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From computer interaction to computer relationships.
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I intend to use these slides by as a form of Magic 8 ball when tech breaks.
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The design and presentation of is as important as underlying
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The Age of the Algorithm - 99% Invisible
PSA: This week's 99% Invisible podcast features Cathy O'Neill and Weapons of Math Destruction
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Neural network generated pickup lines. comedy gold. "You look like a thing and I love you"…
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How unintentional biases can hurt
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Garbage in, garbage out. Possibly misogny in, misogny out... great talk by at about product…
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A neural network's pickup lines! Robot love... Not quite there yet...
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Rules to live by if you date me
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How can we teach machines some productive humility? If the algorithm is a bit confused let it say so!…
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The design and presentation of data is as important as the underlying algorithm.
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11 days ago
Chihuahua or Muffin? - Imgur
Design for weirdness. Algorithms get things wrong, e.g. chihuahua or muffin?
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11 days ago
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THE conference for passionate product people starts tomorrow! Who's ready for ?
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Hardware promotional brochures from the 60's are the Blue Note record covers of technology. New…
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It’s starting to come to me.
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An Event Apart News: Josh Clark: The Tools I Use
: "I travel. A lot. keeps my itineraries straight—and keeps me on time."
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As I work with more stakeholders on AI projects, I find myself having to dedicate the opening of eac…
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Enjoyed this talk between and . Great outlook on how UX design can be applied to Artificial Int…
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User experience design skills may be the best way towards eliminating bias in today’s artificial intelligence syste…
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TBH I just turned up. Real credit for my achievement belongs to those who made my shoes, bottled m…
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Congratulations on writing your first book, Laura. Other people edited, copyedi…
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My studiomate knows all the things about all the techs. Please review and consider voting up his SXS…
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is less than two weeks away! We're proofing our colors, crossing our t's and hooking up our VR goggles 💪
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Voted! Would love a vote for mine as well, if you're open to it.
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Breaking from my month-long internet silence to add my voice to those condemning the terrorism:…
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Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
"Electronic devices and social media seem to have an especially strong ability to disrupt sleep. Teens who read books and magazines more often than the average are actually slightly less likely to be sleep deprived—either reading lulls them to sleep, or they can put the book down at bedtime. Watching TV for several hours a day is only weakly linked to sleeping less"
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Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
"Two national surveys show that teens who spend three or more hours a day on electronic devices are 28 percent more likely to get less than seven hours of sleep than those who spend fewer than three hours, and teens who visit social-media sites every day are 19 percent more likely to be sleep deprived."
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Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
"Since 2007, the homicide rate among teens has declined, but the suicide rate has increased. As teens have started spending less time together, they have become less likely to kill one another, and more likely to kill themselves. In 2011, for the first time in 24 years, the teen suicide rate was higher than the teen homicide rate."
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Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
"Girls have also borne the brunt of the rise in depressive symptoms among today’s teens. Boys’ depressive symptoms increased by 21 percent from 2012 to 2015, while girls’ increased by 50 percent—more than twice as much. The rise in suicide, too, is more pronounced among girls. Although the rate increased for both sexes, three times as many 12-to-14-year-old girls killed themselves in 2015 as in 2007, compared with twice as many boys."
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