If you are a LinkedIn’s user I’m sure you have seen something similar to this: LinkedIn has created pages with specific skills and areas of knowledge, I can see the ones related to me, but if you look to other skills you will find them. For instance: I accepted the challenge I have been rejecting … Read more
This is a Spanish saying “se coge antes a un mentiroso que a un cojo”. This is the sequence, I asked a concrete question: And this was the answer: This was my last intervention, now this bot is not a connection anymore,
Yesterday I posted a tweet with 5 comments. Around 10 min later, 5 likes, 1 per comment. All comments done by different “Cora” (with 5 to 20 followers each one) Is is common for you guys?
Everything you use on a platform is not yours (name, alias, configuration…) you only have the usufruct. I have seen people claiming that a platform stole his/her nickname. Other people claiming that some of the changes done in the user data policy is not “fair”. Every day, I read comments about some related to it. … Read more
I continue reading about LLMs and the potential power it has. And I have the feeling the LLMs are the new version of Nuclear Power. I would summarize the current situation as this: Many people is astonished about the potential of these technologies, but almost nobody is thinking about the consequences of it (few people). … Read more
During the last months there is a great debate about the disruption of LLMs (large language models) and the impact on many fields. One of these fields is jobs. You can read comments in basically 2 directions: Ok, good, on this context, I do not how to react, I still have not a strong opinion … Read more
Today I did the virtual tour offered by Amazon. In Spain is an event where you visit some sections of Barcelona, Madrid and Sevilla fulfilment centers. It’s very interesting for understanding some basic things about how the work is divided, structured and industrialized to the limit. You just see what’s being done in the fulfilment … Read more
Evolution happens in different waves of diffusion and deep learning is not an exception. I add this time-line to remind how it evolved, and how the co-evolution of technology has been necessary to enable to end the “neural winter” lived during almost 20 years.
I have found this old cartoon that made me laugh, it’s applicable to so many situations in life.
The Principles of Scientific Management In 1898, Frederick Winslow Taylor joined a steel factory in Bethlehem (Pennsylvania, US) which had a capacity problem. He did not limit his work to get the problem solved, but extended his work beyond. He performed different empirical tests on cutting speeds, being able to quadruple the speed of steel … Read more