Opinion piece in NYT confirms once again Ainolabs bias about the immense usefulness of ML and fundamental futility of human equivalent AI. “… there is no such thing as disembodied understanding. Your neural, chemical and bodily responses are in continual conversation with one another, so both understanding and experiencing are mental and physical simultaneously. “Continue reading “AI is a good tool”
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You are busy. So am I, so is your colleague, and everyone else. Busy is almost a virtue. Too much to do, too much on your plate, deadlines rushing in, write an offer here, respond to that, report the latest by morning – all that surely means you are creating value and your contribution isContinue reading “Saying “No” is hard”
What do I do about topics I find interesting and relevant to my job, hobboes, interests and what not? I put them on a list, either as an item in Slack, a handwritten note on the little booklet I have on my desk, a draft post on our CMS or somewhere else. It feels goodContinue reading “Lists make us happy”
Ainolabs develops and sells Aino Robotti. She listens and talks, reads and writes on Teams, telephone, and other call and chat platforms. Aino Robotti is based on speech recognition, text to speech engines, rule based reasoning, and Conversational Design for enjoyable and productive user experience.
According to Merriam Webster, the basic definition of a task is: “a usually assigned piece of work often to be finished within a certain time, or something hard or unpleasant that has to be done” Pieces of work happen every day in every company – people do things. Do we like our tasks? Sometimes weContinue reading “What is a “Task”?”
You asked me to do something. So did Jane, Harry and Dick, and at the end of the day I no longer remembered what I was planning to do. My ball was dropped today, and I’ll need to pick it up again tomorrow. The was something that Jack mentioned about having to continue where heContinue reading “Dropped balls, interrupted experts? Robotti helps!”