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What is Artificial Intelligence?

The idea is that computers will become increasingly smarter and learn to perform the tasks of humans in a way that doesn’t feel like you’re interacting with a computer.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is us giving machines human-like cognitive processing (cognition is the process of acquiring knowledge through thoughts and experiences). Computers are taught by observing and learning to track patterns in human behavior. Keep Reading

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What’s Your Investment Thesis?

Investing isn’t: throwing money at something and hoping it’ll go up because people say it will. Investing is: looking at the fundamentals of the asset or opportunity and understanding exactly why, or why not, you think the value may increase. … Keep Reading

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Ladies Get Paid Event: Personal Finance 101

This post originally appeared on Voleo’s blog.Β  PERSONAL FINANCE 101: TOP 5 TAKEAWAYS Last Wednesday evening I had the pleasure of hosting a personal finance workshop forΒ Ladies Get Paid, a New York-based but nationwide organization focused on helping women find career and financial success, at San Francisco’s GitHub headquarters. I’m pleased to say that the event made for a very… … Keep Reading

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Sunday at Home

The only thing missing is the newspaper. A Sunday paper takes a couple hours to get through, so instead, I am blogging. There are never enough hours in the day and when there’s a lot that I want to accomplish, I feel like every hour has to be purposefully and intentionally used. That can include chill time, like this morning… … Keep Reading

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Cali Vibes Wishlist

I’ve got California on the brain as I start to think about visiting Venice beach. Maybe a weekend jaunt? I NEED SUN. This song will get you in the mood, too. I’ve always felt like a California girl at heart, even though I’ve tended to prioritize time in New York. When I was 16 I made such an effort to… … Keep Reading

What is Artificial Intelligence?

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The idea is that computers will become increasingly smarter and learn to perform the tasks of humans in a way that doesn’t feel like you’re interacting with a computer. Artificial intelligence (AI) is us giving machines human-like cognitive processing (cognition is the process of acquiring knowledge through thoughts and experiences). Computers are taught by observing and learning to track patterns…

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Read Chain <> Block Books

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I’ve had a number of people ask me since publishing my recent blog post (2018 predictions for crypto and blockchain), what my reading recommendations are. I’d say that because blockchain and crypto are still relatively nascent spaces, there is a small number of reliable books and publications that I would recommend. Also because it’s a space still very much being…

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Broad Predictions for Crypto & Blockchain 2018

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2018 is off to a wild start in the land of crypto. We’ve seen ICOs halted, scams boldly emerge, utility tokens be declared securities. Facebook and Twitter have banned ICO ads, and Mailchimp just announced: no more ICO or blockchain email blasts. I’ve forced myself not to check my crypto portfolio as Bitcoin and Ethereum continue to drop, and the…

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Crypto Twitter: Who to Follow

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This is by no means a complete list, but these are the folks and groups who I enjoy on Twitter. Their projects and insights have helped to form my understanding of the technologies and industry. Here’s who I recommend:

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4 Things To Know Today

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Trump defends Putin’s “I didn’t meddle, swear,” the dems have several notable election victories, Bitcoin Cash is gaining in momentum against Bitcoin Classic, the latest on the AT&T / Time Warner deal, and more. Putin “Means It” On Saturday, November 11th, President Trump flew Air Force One to Hanoi, Vietnam from Danang where the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit was…

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An Argument For Bi-Partisanship, Healthy Debate, and Empathy

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Published today on the Huffington Post Canada, thoughts on politics today, relevant to global politics, US politics, and Canadian politics. Read the article below, or on the Huffington Post here.

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