[Haskell-cafe] Haskell positions available at Luminous Computing.

Joachim Durchholz jo at durchholz.org
Sat Feb 1 23:11:27 UTC 2020

Well, to be fair, that webpage has quite a handful of red flags.
Too vague, the budget doesn't quite add up for the things you plan to do 
(or for the investor names you drop), far too many investors (keeping 
them happy must be like herding cats), no roadmap, no "we achieved this 
and plan to achieve that in the next two years", 100% unrealistic ideas 
about entering competition (photonics or no, you'll need to build 
nanoscale chips, and with your current budget you have 0% chance that 
this will work - leaves one wondering how serious that part is, and by 
attribution, how serious the rest of the page is).

I might be interested if I were at the beginning of my career, and were 
able to take risks because there's time to switch to something boring 
with a good income.

Of course I might be totally wrong :-)

But paint me a sceptic here.

Am 01.02.20 um 23:13 schrieb Krystal Maughan:
> Of course not. Algorithmic Bias is still a hot topic of research in AI; 
> we definitely haven't figured that out yet.
> AI is definitely *not* for "all the things".
> Best,
> Krystal
> On Sat, 1 Feb 2020 at 17:10, Jack Kelly <jack at jackkelly.name 
> <mailto:jack at jackkelly.name>> wrote:
>     Ben Franksen <ben.franksen at online.de
>     <mailto:ben.franksen at online.de>> writes:
>      > Am 31.01.20 um 01:19 schrieb David Banas:
>      >> https://www.luminouscomputing.com/
>      > Quoting from that page:
>      > """
>      > AI should be deployed to every product we interact with on a
>     daily basis.
>      > """
>      > Am I the only one how is horrified when they read something like
>     this?
>     Beware he who thinks he has found the universal hammer.

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