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Google's Bard Fail and the Major Usability Problem With Conversational AIs
Google’s conversational AI “Bard” failed spectacularly in the very first demo, by providing false information about the James Webb Space Telescope. A mistake that caused parent company Alphabet’s stock value to...
ChatGPT Is Constantly Tricked by People, but Who’s Fooling Who?
How I Build a Personal Website & Monetize (without coding)
Today, I will share my process, tech stack, and strategy to build, monetize and promote a personal website. My hope is to share my ideas with everyone who is trying to break into product/tech or independent professional career. For context: I’m sharing my experience as a solo founder, product builder, and independent consultant who has benefited from the power of personal website and branding.
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Neurodiversity and Inclusion: Choosing Kinder Design
<p>‘Neurodiversity’ refers to the myriad beautiful ways in which people experience, and interact with, the world. It is the idea that although all brain differences are ‘normal’ (whatever normal may be), no two brains are the same – and thank goodness for that! From night mode to alt tags, Medium’s text-to-speech function and Twitter’s font […]</p>
How to Pass the Personality Test
Designing Better Hyperlinks: A Detailed Guide
Why are “click here” and “by this link” poor choices? And is it acceptable to use “read more”? All these phrases have become so common that many people don’t see any problems with them. How many times have you encountered or composed the following on websites, in emails, or on intranets? In this article, I’ll explain popular wording and formatting mistakes and will show more accessible and informative alternatives.