The problem with AI humor, trendy Google font combos, and inequalities in Nordic work life. Here are the best links we found this week!
The biggest obstacle for artificial intelligence is probably humor – and especially sarcasm, which requires a lot of understanding and context to hit the nail on the head. But researchers at Princeton University are making progress! Using tens of thousands of sarcastic comments from Reddit, they hope to teach AI bots to understand sarcasm.
More about AI:
- Creative Review examines Artificial Intelligence and effect it has on creativity
- Machine intelligence is the future of monetization for Facebook
- The race to build an AI chip for everything
- The AI Revolution: The Road to Superintelligence
DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
- Trendy Google Fonts Combinations for 2017
- Ustwo has got new, nice web pages
- React-sketchapp is an open-source library that allows you to write React components that render to Sketch documents
- Strong is a color blind and contrast test for Sketch
- Moniker investigates the social effects of technology
- IDEO’s font map
- Fine three-dimensional portraits signed Bernard Pras (see the logo of the week)
- Sriram Krishnan: Build something that no-one else can measure
- The biggest challenge for UX: 40 percent of all companies say that each department has its own agenda
- Designers do it better at Format.com:
- Create a suitable soundtrack for your working day with Noisli. Or try myNoise or Music to code city.
- 7 routines that enhance the culture of the workplace
- Dann Petty interviews freelancers about their everyday lives
- The major problems with the concept of “job interview”
- Job posting in time: Spotify Product Manager with Voice Control
- Last week we wrote about Juicero. Now everyone who has bought the juicepress has been offered a refund. Here’s why the juice press is so expensive.
- Colin Moon about the inequalities in Nordic working life from a British perspective
Have a nice weekend!