There has been so much discourse lately about the AI sensationalism coming from the press, I’m surprised we still see this…
Thanks for the note, Jeremy. I just watched the Robert Greene video — clearly he’s spent a lot of time thinking about the phenomenon I described in my post. I appreciate you recommending it.
This looks a lot like a post I created over a month ago: https://unsupervisedmethods.com/cheat-sheet-of-machine-learning-and-python-and-math-cheat-sheets-a4afe4e791b6
I completely agree about dramatizing how “hard” the work is. I wrote a similar post last year: https://unsupervisedmethods.com/despite-what-you-ve-heard-running-a-startup-is-not-that-hard-3c4354e55108
Especially in startups, we love to talk about how hard it is. Being an entrepreneur is unbearably difficult, soul-crushing…
The 16% number was from a note in Ed Roberts class in 2005. Not sure what study he was referring to. The point was that there are multiple sources that said the failure rate was much better than 70, 80 or 90%.