I enjoyed this interview with Emad. He seems very confident in Stability’s market positioning, which for me is a bit surprising due to Google and OpenAI’s resourcing. But… If his strategy to focus on traditional enterprise, government, and developing countries wins out, then kudos. Additionally, I found his take on TPUs vs GPUs to be insightful. TLDR: TPUs are more reliable to train models on over GPUs, due to GPUs constantly breaking during training.
While listening to this presentation it felt like a mix of informational and Tony Robbins-like inspirational. Jennifer did a good job keeping the audience’s attention while dropping insightful stat’s on how government policies are helping progress America toward a renewable future.
I can’t vouch for the quality of this book because I’ve not yet read it, but the idea behind the book is compelling to me. Someone that’s attached most of their identity to solely work or work adjacent activities. Based on these two interviews 1 and 2, Simone has a unique perspective on work and our relationship with it… Something I want to explore much further. Here’s a bonus interview with Mike Rowe on the importance and pride one can get from blue-collar work.
This interviewer did an amazing job with questions. The first half provides good insight into Elon’s daily work and the importance of avoiding context-switching. Then of course there’s the moment Elon predicts AGI will happen within this decade (by 2030). 🤯
Our (society’s) perspective of sex is wrong and our inability to talk about sex makes everything worse. I’ve understood this over the years by reading multiple books on the topic of sex and relationships. Tracey does a great job highlighting the current state of our perception and what we can do to improve our sex lives within new and long-term relationships.