Paul Graham, in his ‘Six Principles of Making New Things’ has a very brief and good approach to the pattern of making any new things:

Find (a) simple solutions (b) to overlooked problems (c) that actually need to be solved, and (d) deliver them as informally as possible, (e) starting with a very crude version 1, then (f) iterating rapidly.

As AI introduces new challenges we are still discovering, it is increasingly important to create mixed and diverse teams where a wide range of skills and experiences are considered. At Bucharest AI we welcome anyone, no matter the gender, race, profession or ethnicity. 

Technology is here to augment our lives and tasks if we build it with the right specs in mind, and focus on either helping or not harming the user of the given tech solution to a problem.

Here’s a quick starters guide to learning ML {feel free to pass these on}:

Our Policies

  • Flexible Hours – We are committed to support everyone learning AI. That means high-school students, employees or anyone. Supporting each other by being mindful of each’s context it’s the success key towards having our ecosystem succeed.
  • Diversity – Gender, race, and ethnicity. AI is for everyone, anywhere, anytime. What you say and do matters. Respecting each other, creates opportunity.
  • Integrity – Your voice is our contribution. Make it productive. Be sure to speak with correct information and not mislead towards a false understanding.