How to make social media smarter

Some of the best explanations and deep dives I have ever found were on social media platforms. Do not ask me to link to them. They are gone. Lost in the flood.

They were generally a comment to some question. You would not find them at the top. No, that spot is reserved for viral cheekiness. Instead you would find them some way down. ...

AI Prompting collaborative notes

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Everyone and their grandma is a prompt engineer apparently.

Everyone has that one cool trick to get the AI to produce better prompts.

At Midflip, we can just collaboratively combine our notes and ideas on the process.

Social media is full of guides like these:

Its hard to know whether one prompting strategy is better than another...

How to make companies smarter

From workplace, to workplace, I found myself frustrated. Teams were not coordinating, management seemed disconnected, good ideas were not bubbling up… and the same mistakes were being made over and over again. Incompetence! I thought at first… except no, it was omni-present. It was happening within the best workplaces with the best p...

Gap Selling - Summarizing the Framework.

Here we are summarizing the Gap Selling Framework presented in the book Gap Selling by Keenan. We are not summarizing the book chapter by chapter, instead we are finding the best way to present these ideas in a short and easy to read format. This is a collaborative text so if you feel you can improve it please submit an edit!

The cor...

Learning about Learning

Here we are creating a mental model of how learning occurs. It is a get-in, get-out, don’t-f-about type of model. We skip the low-down explanations of neurons and move straight to representations. How do representations form? how do they interconnect? And how do they contribute to learning?

Relationships between representations.

Int...

Implementing Asimov’s Laws of Robotics (The first law) - How alignment could work.

The Three Laws of Robotics

In 1942 Isaac Asimov started a series of short stories about robots. In those stories, his robots were programed to obey the three laws of robotics. Each story was about a situation where the robots acted oddly in order to comply with the three laws.

The three laws:

  • A robot may not injure a human being or,...

The argument for and against open sourcing ASI

If we assume that we truly are innovating our way to artificial super intelligence (ASI)… should we open source it? Should every person with an internet connection be able to download the latest ASI attempt? The internet has collapsed this important discussion into a black and white slug fest… but right here, right now, lets try and ...

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Taking on the Camino for Ovarian Cancer

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  • Follow Ingrid’ Clancys progress step by step, on her picture blog at http://bit.ly/IngridClancy2024 (please “Follow” and “Comment” there to give her ...

Mitigating the Potential Dangers of Artificial Intelligence

The bots are coming! Artificial intelligence’s abilities are growing. What are the potential dangers? This is the hub for discussing this coming future.

It is ...

Implementing Asimov’s Laws of Robotics (The first law) - How alignment could work.

The Three Laws of Robotics

In 1942 Isaac Asimov started a series of short stories about robots. In those stories, his robots were programed to obey the three la...

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