Posts Tagged ‘ai’

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  1. 13 Feb, 2024

    Can Apple Win Back Music | Vulf Opinion

    I love me some Vulfpeck. Especially the music. But also the aesthetic and really the whole package. This piece of commentary is great for a number of reasons, including his sensible proposed change in business model around music. But the […]

  2. 05 Sep, 2023

    AI: The Next Chapter in Design | Figma Blog

    It’s an honor to be referenced at Figma’s Config keynote and follow-up article AI: The Next Chapter in Design.  I like how Figma used the atomic design methodology to articulate where AI might prove to be most useful. Lower-level atoms […]

  3. 10 Jul, 2023

    Pfizer’s Design System, spatial design, and AI is coming after your (boring) job

    Kevin Coyle, currently working with Brad Frost and friends at Big Medium, is an incredible all-star professional in tech currently focusing on frontend. We met when we enlisted his help to migrate a mutual client onto a Terraform setup in […]

  4. 27 Jun, 2023

    “Artificial Intelligence & Humanity,” an article by Dan Mall

    I love Dan’s Artificial Intelligence & Humanity as it mirrors a lot of my own thinking about how best to wield AI. If I embrace the role of AI as an accident generator, then I’d gladly give it all the […]

  5. 19 Jun, 2023

    The A.I. Dilemma – March 9, 2023

    Well ain’t this just some pretty damning and sobering stuff. The examples they use to demonstrate the lack of thought or safety built into these technologies is incredibly unnerving. They demonstrate how basic, 101-level stuff to keep kids safe is […]

  6. 19 Jun, 2023

    The Dangers Of Highly Centralized AI | by Clive Thompson | Medium

    The field of large language models is becoming dangerously centralized. A huge amount of power resides in the hands of a tiny number of firms. Source: The Dangers Of Highly Centralized AI | by Clive Thompson | Medium

  7. 19 Jun, 2023

    Artificial intelligence: who owns the future? – ethical.net

    Beyond the contemporary issues lurk deeper long-term questions. What should and shouldn’t we automate? Should we create lethal autonomous weapons, or should a human always take charge of life-and-death decisions? How will we earn a living and even find meaning […]

  8. 22 Mar, 2023

    Brad Frost – Music, Web Development, & Artificial Intelligence – American Blues Scene

    I had an unique opportunity to be interviewed about my interest in both music and web design. I covered a lot of ground! The interview is pretty raw (meaning not super edited), but it’s interesting (to me anyways). Check it […]

  9. 21 Mar, 2023

    The End of Front-End Development

    Despite its hyperbolic title, The End of Front-End Development is a well-considered piece by Josh Comeau. I share many of the sentiments expressed here, though how things will actually shake out is anyone’s guess. In my view, this is one […]

  10. 27 Feb, 2023

    Scribble Diffusion

    Scribble Diffusion is wild. Out of curiosity, I asked it to design a webpage: Wild.