- link Interested in Quantum Computing? Hi all, Our group in Santa Barbara is looking to fill a couple of positions, so I thought I’d advertise to the Blind community here and see if anyone is interested in joining the Quantum AI team. https://careers.google.com/jobs/results/?company=Google&company=Google%20Fiber&company=YouTube&distance
- What will 5G bring? Aside from having ability to watch Youtube on 4K, what will change? Would it have any impacts to AI, machine learning..etc?
- sick to death of 'progressive' fraud and aggression (women in tech) love women. love women in tech. hired and promoted many women at google in technical roles ... years before it became topic of discussion or fashionable groupthink obsession ... before training, c level diversity staff, or self loathing reports about how googlers are not right colors and genders etc
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- Preparing for data science roles I found the following material very useful in my own journey. I thought I should share with the community to help others. 1. Basic combinatorics, probability, stats - Don’t Memorise channel on YouTube - jbstatistics channel on YouTube 2. Statistical/Machine Learning - lectures by Trevor Hastie a
- Some out of the box ideas to impress your colleagues or recruiters 1. Create a YouTube channel about system design 2. Write a blog and solve a couple of leetcode problems as if you solved them. Complicated the better. 3. (Mgr) walk fast at work as you don’t have time and are very busy with work :) 4. (Mgr) send emails about ML and AI etc. 5. Add more .. keep it r
- Youtube Team Matching I finished my onsite for an ML position at Youtube a few weeks ago. Today, the recruiter told me that the interview feedbacks are mixed and she will connect me to some hiring managers before my packet is sent to the Hiring Committee again. Should I be more proactive by reaching out to the hiring ma
- Golden-era of consumer social startups over? It seems like the golden era of consumer social startups were 2005 - 2015. Those were the times when FB, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Dropbox, LinkedIn, Instagram and Snapchat all grew from nothing to something huge. Now that those companies are already big, I don't see another small 2-to-40 perso