AI still doesn't really understand memes

We tested OpenAI's ability to interpret memes. We found that it's heavily reliant on textual content and very quickly distracted by complex visual narratives.

November 10, 2023

Remember when

The worst form of design

April 2, 2023

The honor system is the best system

Or how we should learn to stop worrying about new forms of cheating and love the status quo

December 12, 2022

Creating and playing games

The closer a learning product is to the bottom of Bloom’s Taxonomy, the greater the risk of being commoditized by AI

December 7, 2022

Cynical optimism for crypto

Three heterdox and cynical but optimistic takes on crypto

October 3, 2022

Shitposting is the highest form of consciousness

The internet is a web of puzzles now, and the shitpost is the king of puzzles

April 5, 2022

What the Turing test got wrong

Computers can now talk like humans but humans also talk more like computers

February 17, 2022

Walking through doors

On doors in life and in software

February 4, 2022

Weaponizing Christensen and Perez

In a world with a broad class of investors that are all well aware of Clayton Christensen and Carlota Perez's models, do they still matter?

January 21, 2022