Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

June 22nd, 2016

zeynep Average CNN nightly viewership was around 400,000 last I checked. Congress Pericope sit-in: 1,000,000 viewers. twitter.com/gov/status/745…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 10:38 PM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via Twitter for iPhone)

@Sean_Malone Thanks for the comment, Sean. I’ll push it up on my (long) reading list!

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KatieShorey Mainers, NH and MA folks: Looking for a job? Free recruiting fair tomorrow, Thurs June 23rd, at Maine College of Art, 4-6pm

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Developmental thinking: refine idea to recognize challenges of implementing an idea pic.twitter.com/q9dUFA6kg4

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We have 10,000 years of technology evolution, each phase taking on repetitive tasks. Focus on the deepest levels of consciousness.

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Rob May: Book recommendation: The Master Algorithm “Machine learning is the scientific method on steroids” amazon.com/Master-Algorit…

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(A personal favorite)

Are processors getting small enough to serve as antennas and receivers as human brains do? Can consciousness be filtered through hardware?

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MaineSCW “Government needs to run more like a startup. Gather more data, faster and create legislation around it.” @robmay

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Concierge services (such as travel, finance) benefit from AI approaches to recommendations, with humans for escalation.

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Is intelligence simply based on neural networks? Is there more? Do we need to understand consciousness that is “received” through neurons?

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Rob: We will build self-aware systems one of these days. Sampriti: First, will be based on data processing.

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Bhattacharyya mentioned Jibo based on Cynthia Breazeal’s MIT work in sociable computing. fastcompany.com/3033167/most-c…

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MaineSCW “At one point we’re all going to die. But what if our cyber clones could keep on living?” @sampreetibh

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Adam: Book recommendation: Manna (HowStuffWorks), book on humanity’s future in a post-robotic world. amazon.com/Manna-Two-Visi…

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Bhattacharyya: We are becoming a passive species as tech does our work: appliances, video games, sensors anticipating needs.

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KayAikin Future of at pic.twitter.com/HWcCC8TnSr

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The Internet of Things is turning the planet into a robot, and we’re living inside it.

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Rob: Platform change to support massive parallel data processing has made new opportunities possible.

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Adam: AI and machine learning are both high on the hype cycle. 140 deals in Q1 2016. Rob: Hype happens when platforms change.

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Rob May: AI is software that learns. Sampriti: Agreed. Overall, AI requires the ability to learn and problem solve.

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Next session: “Potential Unicorns and the Future of AI” with Sampriti Bhattacharyya, Adam Honig, Rob May mainestartupandcreateweek.com/schedule/ai/

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LValigra Sampriti Bhattacharyya admits was unsexy to be ‘geeky’ girl in college; still too few women CEOs @Mainebiz pic.twitter.com/BpmZmKYUxf

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Bhattacharyya: Fascinated with cyber-clones, digital imprint cloned into computer. Data driven rather than neural approach

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Bhattacharyya: Marine science data should be out in public, and should not be restricted. But, must be careful.

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Bhattacharyya: Hydroswarm’s AI aspires to learn from, and model, the collective behavior of fish

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LValigra Sampriti Bhattacharyya: Mom worked-unusual in India-taught her it’s ok to be different. “I was born a rebel & a loner.” @Mainebiz

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Bhattacharyya: Underwater comm system is wireless, but a proprietary protocol.

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Bhattacharyya: Sometimes you’re not going to fit in as an innovator. You may be a loner or rebel, but it’s fine.

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Bhattacharyya: You can either give up or keep walking. Don’t regret not taking action because of fear.

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Bhattacharyya: Don’t let your ego get in the way.

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Bhattacharyya: Be willing to admit you don’t know and ask for help. Have confidence in your ability to learn.

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KathyDShields Form your team by finding people willing to invest in each other who want you all to be your best selves

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:19 PM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via TweetDeck)

MaineSCW “Having people who believe in you is so important!” - @sampreetibh

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Bhattacharyya: HydroSwarm/EVE will be based on Machine Learning: learning how to learn through collective intelligence.

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Bhattacharyya: Intelligent swarm would move to areas of interest, and self-organize into optimal resolution, density to observe.

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LValigra Keynoter Sampriti Bhattacharyya shows an underwater drone for security, diagnostics, sensor nets @Mainebiz pic.twitter.com/tZUzw8mJd7

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:05 PM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via TweetDeck)

Bhattacharyya: We need a detailed map of the ocean, including minerals and chemicals. Only 5% now. Map would open new markets.

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VisibleLogic Learning about replacing bomb sniffing dolphins with underwater drones. Mind exploding at

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Bhattacharyya: Underwater drone/robot, EVE, is part of distributed sensor network (swarm) to observe, understand, protect oceans.

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MaineSCW Loving the girl power today’s keynote is bringing. speaker @sampreetibh of @hydroswarm has everyone in the room’s jaw dropping.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 12:59 PM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via TweetDeck)

Pleased to have edited videos with pioneer in sociable robotics, Cynthia Breazeal, in 1999. Kismet: video.mit.edu/watch/kismet-2…

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LValigra Read more about keynoter Sampriti Bhattacharyya’s research @Mainebiz mainebiz.biz/article/201606…

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Bhattacharyya: If you can give opportunity to those who hunger for it, they will run with it. Founder: labxfoundation.org

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Bhattacharyya: Masters thesis conceived a “green” nuclear reactor that makes energy from nuclear waste.

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Bhattacharyya: As a college student in India, she got an internship at FERMI, then coop, grad school at Ohio State.

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KathyDShields Sampriti Bhattacharyya @Forbes 30 under 30, inventor, -great story pic.twitter.com/GwlIomiYBm

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:48 PM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via TweetDeck)

LValigra Keynoter Sampriti Bhattacharyya: My role model is Tony Stark. He’s everything I want to be. @Mainebiz pic.twitter.com/u1RINQibji

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:46 PM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via TweetDeck)

Keynote: Sampriti Bhattacharyya, MIT, on AI and drones. Founder: hydroswarm.com mainestartupandcreateweek.com/schedule/wedne…

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Walker: Session resources on Google Drive drive.google.com/a/une.edu/fold…

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Walker: Layers of people for concept refining before lock-in: Core team > Key stakeholders > Knowledge leaders > External partners

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Walker: Possible criteria: Is it New? Worth doing? Real? Can we win? Gut feeling? Stay away of monetary criteria at early stage.

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Walker: What do you do when you’ve developed 5-10 concepts? Select criteria for assessment by linking back to original objectives.

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KathyDShields Developmental thinking workshop Brian Walker - he ignites ideas pic.twitter.com/CVaKZJXpgJ

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:53 AM, Jun 22nd, 2016 via TweetDeck)

Walker: Dev. thinking. 1-Present idea 2-Identify plusses 3-Identify issues 4-Select top issues 5-Problem-solve ways to reduce them

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Walker: Change the question from “How much would it cost?” to “How can we make it less expensive?”

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Walker: When selecting innovative ideas for development, consider newness, feasibility, and appeal. When all three, eureka!

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Walker: Convergent thinking steps: Select direction(s), developmental thinking, concept development, select assessment criteria

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Session: Innovation tools w/Brian Walker. From divergent thinking (brainstorming) to convergent thinking mainestartupandcreateweek.com/schedule/innov…

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AmyinMaine The can be so valuable for local companies. Use it! twitter.com/KnackFactory/s…

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Correction: Shaun White - Bake accessibility right in from the beginning, especially coding standards.

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White: CashStar follows agile methodology in design process

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Crowley: Designs with motion and animation. The moving details engage customers. Tool: framerjs.com

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Crowley (Amazon): Move from “minimum viable product” to “minimum lovable product.”

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SueWoods What is the difference between an API and a SDK quora.com/What-is-the-di… twitter.com/MaineSCW/statu…

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White (CashStar): Get rapid user testing from global testers at usabilityhub.com

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White: Clients have their own mobile gift card apps so CashStar provides mobile SDK to integrate functions into their interface.

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Crowley: Book recommendation: Practical Empathy by Indi Young amazon.com/Practical-Empa…

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KnackFactory Keynote @rodneysampson of @TechSquare: “It is difficult to make anything great in isolation.” youtu.be/we-eli8Pib4

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Crowley: Start with empathy. Talk with customers. Then organize information from customer stories (sticky notes).

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Crowley (Amazon): Process: Concept > Validate with client > Iterate > Validate with client > Prototype > Learn from users

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Jung Sin: Responsive, mobile-first experience developed in 2003 crowdtwist.com

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MaineSCW “Our products can have real value to human life” - Sam M. of @bigroomstudios

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Themes: tension between early prototypes and final experiences; moving from interface design to design thinking, from the start

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Sam: Only software developers and drug dealers refer to their customers as “users.” Instead, let’s use “human” experience

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KathyDShields Top tips from pros pic.twitter.com/vIo30wVs7Y

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Next session: UX Design with Jung Sin, Stephen Crowley, Shaun White (Moderator: Sam Mateosian) mainestartupandcreateweek.com/schedule/top-t…

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