Archive for the artificial intelligence Tag

Jim Neumann talks about DEVONthink on 70Decibels

Gabe and Erik of the 70Decibels Generational podcast interviewed our support hero Jim Neumann: This week Gabe and Erik wrap up their series on data management with Jim Neumann of DEVONtechnologies. They discuss tag vs. hierarchy filing methods, the DEVONthink AI, sync, security, capture and scripting. Then they venture off topic to explore mobile battery life and try to figure out when we have “enough”. Subscribe to the Generational podcast in iTunes or download to the episode directly from the 70Decibels...

Tuesday Tip: Exclude items from classification

Last week I explained why one could want to exclude groups or even whole databases from tagging in DEVONthink or DEVONnote. In addition both groups and documents can be individually excluded from classification, see-also, and search. Nice, but why would you do such a thing? For example if a document with a wide range of topics or content-wise unrelated data “disturbs” the artificial intelligence and appears over and over in the results. Or you have a group with data that...

Reading tip: “The Most Human Human”

The Most Human Human

Still nothing to read during the holidays? If you are interested in artificial intelligence, the Turing Test, and chatbots and would like to read something that makes you think have a look at Brian Christian’s “The Most Human Human”. Here’s what Laura Miller says about it: But the advantage of a book like “The Most Human Human” is that even when it’s wrong, it does make you think. Reading it, I constantly found my mind pinging off of whatever Christian was...