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Human Lv. 35, Engineer 🔧, scientist 🔬 and creator 🌱, living in México 🌎, working with teams all across the world 🗺️ and enjoying life! I like difficult questions and controversial truths.

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In-reply-to » I just posted this on LinkedIn in response to a survey from a colleague of mine asking whether ChatGPT should be credited as a co-author on papers:

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci I guess the best is to block each other since our ideas are not compatible and we are not open to change our mind
Thanks for the conversation tho

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In-reply-to » I just posted this on LinkedIn in response to a survey from a colleague of mine asking whether ChatGPT should be credited as a co-author on papers:

I’m open to ideas, but please be gentle and understand other lives and other realities. As I say to my students, colleagues and friends. Every person has a different reality, a perception of it. Some live on a reality distortion field. A.k.a. Biases, but that’s another story.
Be empathetic. And let’s work together for a better world, trying to make something helpful as a group and as individuals.

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In-reply-to » I just posted this on LinkedIn in response to a survey from a colleague of mine asking whether ChatGPT should be credited as a co-author on papers:

take it from who it comes. I could be wrong and I’m in a stage of my life defining what is the next step to have a decent lifestyle while I’m feeling proud, or at least not-shaming from my passage though this world.

I live in a “second world/developing country” with the former richest man in the world. We have scarcity, and people here needs to believe on a better life. I think it’s the same everywhere else but here is not a matter of “having vacation this year” but “having housing and food tomorrow”
Perhaps that changes POVs, I don’t know.

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In-reply-to » I just posted this on LinkedIn in response to a survey from a colleague of mine asking whether ChatGPT should be credited as a co-author on papers:

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci I’d disagree. The world is huge. We are 8 billion people, as individuals we can impact 100, perhaps 1,000 people. Even the biggest companies impact billions, but not all humanity. Even countries and global leaders impact a slice of the world. It’s a huge problem for us to solve. It’s nice tring to break limits. In my youth, for that sake I joined into politics, companies, and non-profits. And it’s hard and a bit disappointing that things doesn’t improve in the way we’d expect. Requires a lot of energy to fight the status quo.

And we need to have hope of a better world. We as humans, NEED hope. Thats why religions, organizations, volunteers, exist.
It’s not romantic to say something against hope. It’s better to say “Yeah, let’s follow this politician/businesspeople/influencer/idealism, they have an answer to the problem”, usually is not true.

But on what I’d agree is that we can impact OUR world. We can avoid using the polluting product, the toxic technology or what the evil company mak

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In-reply-to » I am so so so sick of rich people in Silicon Valley driving what people think "computer science" is. Which is exactly what's happening with ChatGPT, and is what happened with cryptocurrency, web3, "deep learning", ...........

having investors behind, and need for money, make people lie, and live in that reality distortion field.

It happens for us, in our Hobbyst space, we are biased, I get it. But the bias where your ideas are reinforced by your environment, believing that you are right… And on some sort, being payed to believe that. It’s difficult to overcome.

I’d recommend to read “48 laws of power”. It helped me to understand how those startup environments work, to be prepared against utilitary mindsets.

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In-reply-to » I am so so so sick of rich people in Silicon Valley driving what people think "computer science" is. Which is exactly what's happening with ChatGPT, and is what happened with cryptocurrency, web3, "deep learning", ...........

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci hmm… I co-founded a video game studio which for funding and pandemic reasons turned into crypto gaming, since there was “money” in that field. I received a lot of criticism fro colleagues, but some support from friends.
A few friends were making decent money working on crypto games, for huge companies with big investment behind.

But for me… Most of the environment felt like “get rich quick squeme”. Even my partner (biz dev) felt really deep into that way of life. I slowly got away, sad by the risk I’ve taken. Not repentant, just sad of how money makes us think of our promises.

What can I say? Not every buzzword is bad by itself, but my logic brain is against promising more and delivering less (playing with the truth, in my book). Like with electric cars, social networking connecting the world and exploiting Asian workers to have a decent phone at a subsidized price.

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In-reply-to » @prologic @movq this is the default behavior of pass on my machine:

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci interesting. I’ll take a look. With BitWarden I don’t need to do that, and it cleans the clipboard after a few secs, but I understand you use case. I’m looking for alternatives to BitWarden, but as we’ve discussed, there are many differences to take into consideration.

On watching passwords in plain text I mean typing passwords on some strange devices like TV sets, public or family computers (risky!), Xbox, Switch. I like that now many offer a “Login with another device” that simplifies that process if you already have a session on a mobile.

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In-reply-to » good morning! how are you all doing today? got up early, went for a walk with the dog in our city centre, nice to train a bit on that where there's many people and dogs.

@stigatle@yarn.stigatle.no just waking up! Deciding not to wash clothes since it’s cold for me.
The usual. Breakfast, classes, clean the house.
And preparing to visit in-laws in the afternoon.

Aaand looking forward to playing Mario Kart 64 with a friend of mine in the evening. 🙂

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