Sven Koerbitz

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Sven Koerbitz

17 days ago

Predicting users personalities based on response patterns, emojis, avatars, and text. I wonder how successful something like this could be exploited in an e-commerce scenario.

Beyond the words: predicting user personality from heterogeneous information

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Sven Koerbitz

58 days ago

Amazing insights into a new world: ghost kitchens and all the other things Uber could do.

Uber’s Credit Card Is Bankrupting Restaurants… and It’s All Your Fault

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Sven Koerbitz

74 days ago

Smart homes and vegetable peelers

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Sven Koerbitz

105 days ago

Seven rules of thumb for web site experimenters

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Sven Koerbitz

109 days ago

Artwork Personalization at Netflix

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Sven Koerbitz

111 days ago

Google Maps’s Moat

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Sven Koerbitz

113 days ago

Practicing radical honesty diffuses tensions and discourages backstabbing; it builds understanding and respect.

Humans Hate Being Spun: How to Practice Radical Honesty — from the Woman Who Defined Netflix’s Culture

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Sven Koerbitz

276 days ago

Content isn't king

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Sven Koerbitz

278 days ago

Great piece on the state of the music industry

Less Money, Mo' Music & Lots of Problems: A Look at the Music Biz

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Sven Koerbitz

306 days ago

Design in the Era of the Algorithm

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Sven Koerbitz

313 days ago

Neuralink and the Brain’s Magical Future

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Sven Koerbitz

385 days ago

Cars and second order consequences

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Sven Koerbitz

405 days ago

Voice and the uncanny valley of AI

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Sven Koerbitz

417 days ago

So, one question for Snapchat is whether you can get to a billion users without being an index, no matter how many new things you create? Is the risk not that it gets overtaken by Facebook but that it can't generalise enough? That's obviously a specific concern with the specific character of the user experience today ('too hard for anyone over 25'), but it's also a much more basic question with the character of the product vision - can you scale from having insight and product vision around 150m people to having them for everyone?

Facebook and Snapchat: metrics versus creation

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Sven Koerbitz

424 days ago

How Spotify Balances Employee Autonomy and Accountability

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Sven Koerbitz

429 days ago

Mobile 2.0

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Sven Koerbitz

434 days ago

Amazing.

A Whirlwind Tour Through Trends in China

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Sven Koerbitz

435 days ago

Autonomous Vehicles and the End of Privacy

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Sven Koerbitz

449 days ago

Yepp.

Second-time entrepreneurs are astronomically better than first-time entrepreneurs in building teams and creating startups that succeed. The number one reason startups fail is people problems, and the second time around, entrepreneurs realize this.

How to Build a Better Startup Team

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Sven Koerbitz

450 days ago

Deep Learning 2016: The Year in Review

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Sven Koerbitz

459 days ago

grocery stores partnering with Amazon to use Amazon Go on a leased basis. The new model would be one where Amazon employees deploy and manage “Amazon Go” infrastructures in other grocery stores, working as infrastructure providers to the retailers.

Amazon’s Quest to Become the Retail Operating System

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Sven Koerbitz

462 days ago

This one was like using a Nokia from 2007 - they've added all the smart stuff, badly.

Cars as feature-phones

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Sven Koerbitz

468 days ago

Putin’s Real Long Game

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Sven Koerbitz

468 days ago

Russia is little more than a ghastly hybrid of an overblown police state and a criminal network with an economy the size of Italy — and the world’s largest nuclear arsenal.

Putin’s Real Long Game

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Sven Koerbitz

481 days ago

The Great A.I. Awakening

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Sven Koerbitz

483 days ago

The ELI5 of Deep Learning

The simplest description of a neural network is that it’s a machine that makes classifications or predictions based on its ability to discover patterns in data. With one layer, you could find only simple patterns; with more than one, you could look for patterns of patterns

The Great A.I. Awakening

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Sven Koerbitz

518 days ago

Having fun with neural nets again

Quick, Draw!

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Sven Koerbitz

528 days ago

Life is beautiful.

Inner Life Of A Cell - Full Version

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Sven Koerbitz

530 days ago

A child born when iPhone was announced will be 10 years old in 2 months, after all.

From mobile first to mobile native

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Sven Koerbitz

542 days ago

Future of the video business

REDEF ORIGINAL

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Sven Koerbitz

543 days ago

What people want is all the relevant content, not just what you’re incentivized to offer on special terms because of your ownership structure.

AT&T Doubles Down on the Ampersand

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Sven Koerbitz

544 days ago

Uber Has Always Looked Unstoppable. Then It Went to China

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Sven Koerbitz

548 days ago

History of Machine Learning

Why Deep Learning Is Suddenly Changing Your Life

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Sven Koerbitz

549 days ago

Oldie but goldie

A visual introduction to machine learning

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Sven Koerbitz

553 days ago

voice looks like the ultimate unlimited, general purpose UI, but actually only works if you can narrow the domain.

Echo, interfaces and friction

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Sven Koerbitz

596 days ago

The wide-reaching impact of the electrification of transportation. Good read.

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Liebreich and McCrone: Electric vehicles – It’s not just about the car

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Sven Koerbitz

607 days ago

one should think about the image sensor as an input method, just like the multi-touch screen

Imaging, Snapchat and mobile

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Sven Koerbitz

613 days ago

Cord Cutting Continues to Accelerate in Q2 2016

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Sven Koerbitz

624 days ago

Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it into something better, or at least something different.

Instagram Stories and Copying Competitors

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Sven Koerbitz

631 days ago

Interesting, even though rather dystopian vision of what AR could become one day.

HYPER-REALITY

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Sven Koerbitz

666 days ago

TV Advertising's Surprising Strength — And Inevitable Fall

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Sven Koerbitz

668 days ago

Stickers coming to iMessages is a business opportunity.

The Elements of Stickers

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Sven Koerbitz

682 days ago

We've gone from delivering video with Flash to delivering Flash with video. That is, video is a new HTML - a new content delivery format, and not necessarily about live action at all.

Video is the new HTML

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Sven Koerbitz

687 days ago

The smartphone supply chain powers everything - AI lights everything up.

Notes for the summer: now and next

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Sven Koerbitz

710 days ago

The Power Of A Picture

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Sven Koerbitz

723 days ago

The inbox is where it’s really at.

Bots won't replace apps. Better apps will replace apps.

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Sven Koerbitz

723 days ago

The Minecraft Generation

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Sven Koerbitz

725 days ago

The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup

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Sven Koerbitz

743 days ago

Always stunning

Presentation: Mobile is eating the world

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Sven Koerbitz

746 days ago

Thoughts on Building Weatherproof Companies

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