In hindsight, the early internet was shockingly primitive.
Former Google China Chief explains why China will win the AI race when it comes to applications of deep learning in the physical world.
A staple of startup literature, advocating a deceivingly simple concept which is hard to get right (as is proven by the examples of startups that have failed since publication).
By far the more readable book on org structure that I have come across.
What seems to have started as entrepreneurial over-confidence ended in a web of fraud and lies.
Rich repository of one-liners for those who seek to make bold moves.
Most illustrative are the descriptions of failed competitors, which show importance of both luck and ruthlessness.
Do not read the Dutch translation: Henk Popken did a crappy job.
Some well chosen case studies; but with too little explanation on ‘what’ they did and too many stories about how they did it.