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Ed Chi
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Sr. Staff Research Scientist at Google focusing on Machine Learning, HCI and Social Computing.
Sr. Staff Research Scientist at Google focusing on Machine Learning, HCI and Social Computing.

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This book profoundly changed me. RIP, Pirsig. 

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Hash browns recalled for possible golf ball contamination.

http://www.krem.com/news/hash-browns-recalled-for-possible-golf-ball-contamination/433500947

What other contaminations would not result in recalls?


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Robert Taylor, Innovator Who Shaped Modern Computing, Dies at 85.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/14/technology/robert-taylor-innovator-who-shaped-modern-computing-dies-at-85.html

I had presented at Dealer meetings at Xerox PARC, so it was interesting that the article ended on this little-known institution. 

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Mom shares her son's heartbreaking last days.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/13/health/child-cancer-post-trnd/

Absolutely heartbreaking.


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1,500 economists to Trump: Immigrants are good for the U.S. economy - Apr. 12, 2017

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United Apologizes for Removing Passenger: ‘No One Should Ever Be Mistreated This Way’.

https://nyti.ms/2omIIiA

Not very friendly skies. 

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Wonderful interview. 
Nicely said: "I see a lot of leaders who want to be the hub, with their people as the spokes, bringing them information. My visual for leadership is that if the team is a wheel, I’m actually the rim. I’m not the center. My job is to keep the spokes together, keep the team together and really help that team perform because they, collectively, are going to have a lot more insights than I will. It also means that when you have to go through mud, the rim goes in first. But that’s the way it should be."
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/07/business/pedro-pizarro-edison-international-corner-office.html?ref=business&_r=0

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P-hacking and food science.

Lifehacker writes articles about hacking your life, but a food science researcher hacked the statistics to publish papers. So the Lifehacker guys got hacked and probably wrongly disseminated food hacking research due to p-hacking.

Got that?

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