Don’t believe the hype: the media are unwittingly selling us an AI fantasy | John Naughton

Journalists need to stop parroting the industry line when it comes to artificial intelligence

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'Impostor syndrome' affects almost 58% of tech professionals - JAXenter

Do you feel like you don’t deserve your job despite all the effort and accomplishment you’ve achieved? Then maybe you should take a look at this article.

It's articles like these that make me wanna just bulk publish my drafts folder. 

I really wish I hadn't experienced every single one of these Workplace Sabotage techniques.

The OSS guide on sabotaging productive workplace seems eerily familiar to corporate cultures I have seen in the past.

The most popular personality test in the world is a joke

‘The Personality Brokers’ goes into the flawed, fraught history behind the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which is about as psychologically credible as a BuzzFeed quiz.

Designers, designating a file named "v2.3-final-edited-done.psd" asks "Is this source control?"

Regulating Bots on Social Media Is Easier Said Than Done

For one thing, defining “bot” is tricky. And whose job will it be to determine whether a particular account is, in fact, a bot?

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