Here are some Friday reads.
- Wellbeing enhanced more by places than objects. Guess it’s time to take that next trip after all! (Guardian)
- AI Hierarchy of Needs. I’ve been sharing this article with a lot of people I know in data. It addresses a problem I’ve seen too often – companies want to “do AI and machine learning” without having the proper framework in place. (Hackernoon)
- The value of raising the threshold of crappiness. Rory Sutherland never ceases to amuse and educate. (Spectator)
- Introducing Gluon: a new library for machine learning from AWS and Microsoft. This looks very cool if you’re doing deep learning on AWS. (AWS)