Four short links: 27 October 2017

Gentle PR, Readable Arxiv, Sentiment Bias, and AI Coding from Sketches

By Nat Torkington
October 27, 2017
Four short links
  1. Tick Tock List (Matt Webb) — simple and good advice for building working relationships with journalists.
  2. Arxiv Vanityrenders papers from Arxiv as responsive web pages so you don’t have to squint at a PDF.
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  4. Sentiment Analysis BiasBy classifying the sentiment of words using GloVe, the researchers “found every linguistic bias documented in psychology that we have looked for.” Unsurprising, since the biases are present in the people who generate the text from which these systems are trained.
  5. AI Turns Sketched Interfaces into Prototype CodeWe built an initial prototype using about a dozen hand-drawn components as training data, open source machine learning algorithms, and a small amount of intermediary code to render components from our design system into the browser. We were pleasantly surprised with the result.
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