6:00 – 7:00 Research
- Continuing A Parsimonious Language Model of Social Media Credibility Across Disparate Events – Finished
- All in all, my thoughts about credibility are that it is important to understand when credibility differs from trustworthiness. When is the story more compelling than the facts? This paper shows how to get one side of that, at least through the lens of textual analysis. More than anything, it makes me want to have time to read Judgement under uncertainty, which has been languishing on my Kindle. Here’s a letter the authors published in Science that might provide some worthwhile insights in fewer pages
- Event Factuality – This looks much closer. How to determine factuality in language. But also how to relate the relevant facts to the penitent facts
- Roser Sauri’s Dissertation: A Factuality Profiler for Eventualities in Text
- Are You Sure That This Happened? Assessing the Factuality Degree of Events in Text. This looks very interesting, and may have some semantic space concepts. Need to read. TODO
- Did it happen? The pragmatic complexity of veridicality assessment
- Social psychologists argue that when faced with complex, difficult to explain phenomenon, individuals often take the “cognitive shortcut” of believing the phenomenon instead of assessing and analyzing it. This could be important, as it implies that there are shortcuts (wormholes?) through belief space that take advantage of psychological principles.
8:30 – 5:00 BRC
- Need to think about handling time, so we can see if people are getting better
- All hands meeting
- Transforming healthcare WRT identifying risks and anomalies for the purpose of reducing variance in care. From what to what?
- 4 things:
- Technology: get to and stay at the leading edge of what we’re marketing. Investment commitment (CCRi These guys? Alias, Commonwealth university)
- Sales development
- Capital (direct raise from investors) Alignment at a capital level?
- V2 & V3 timelines and capabilities
- Sales and capital story
- Discussion (2 hours)