A few years back, in February 2019, I, like quite a handful of people, heard for the first time of OpenAI's GPT-2. And while it sure was impressive, it only gave us a glimpse of what GPT-3 would be able to do a year later. Impressive wouldn't start to describe
I've heard quite a few times that we, as a species, are terrible, destroying the Earth, ourselves, and that we are, all in all, the worse. That's assuming a lot. First and foremost, that we are as smart and great as we think ourselves to be.
With remote work on the rise, I've seen people debating the fairness of companies adjusting pay based on one's location and cost of living. As if there ever was an intrinsic justification to compensation. Spoiler: there isn't.
The thought came down onto me as I was leaving a job interview. I don't know where it came from. I didn't care. It was here now. And it was obvious. Whatever the idea. Whatever the project. It all comes down to people buy-in.
There’s a quote by André Gide, a French author, that goes along those lines: "Everything to be said has already been said. But since nobody was listening, it has to be said all over again" ...
This story comes from a book, where one of the protagonists tells it to another. One who direly needs to hear it. And little did I know; so did I. This is a story that disturbed me greatly. It almost made me cry. And I couldn't stop from thinking about
When we don't know, when we need to take some time to consider our answer, to build it. We own it. We own it, we shut up, and we take the time it will take. It's not an issue. On the contrary!