Daniel Lemire

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Recent Posts

Funding science: When bureaucrats get out of control
The insanity of research grant proposals
Expert performance and training: what we really know
Theory lags practice
Bricolage by smart people
When bad ideas will not die: from classical AI to Linked Data
MOOCs are closed platforms… and probably doomed
How to learn efficiently
On rote memorization and antiquated skills
Hackers vs. Academics: who is responsible for progress?
Put Your Lectures Only Easily and for Free with Panopto
The Synthese Recommender System
Diversity in Recommender Systems: Sketch of a Bibliography
The Microsoft-ISO Debacle
Progress Is Continuous by Nature
Open Access is the short-sighted fight
Gestion de l'information avec XML
NoSQL or NoJoin?
Generate Your Own Tree Clouds!
AJAX RSS Display
Diversity in Open Social Networks
Become independent of peer review
What is Infinite Storage?
Learning and the Social Web
Are We Destroying Research by Evaluating It?
I Still Don't Have the Multiplication Tables Memorized
What You Can Ask of a Researcher in an Email
The end of 'mass universities'
Is programming "technical"?
Write good papers: my slides
A taxonomy for the suppression of dissent
Innovating without permission
On the monetary value of an education, and bad statistics
Governments should stop funding higher education
Ten things Computer Science tells us about bureaucrats
Are you a gold prospector, or a construction worker?
I’m an introvert. And that’s ok.
Open science: why is it so hard?
Are CAPTCHAs a good idea?
What the heck is interesting research?
The powerful hacker culture
How close are AI systems to human-level intelligence? The Allen AI challenge.
On metadata
Don’t let the experts define science!

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