"Some of William Shakespeare’s friends and associates left behind a description of his library. Nor is there a record of it being dispersed at the time of his death. His will refers neither to books nor manuscripts. In fact, it gives no sign of a literary career at all, or even a literate one. Contemporary dramatists such as Francis Beaumont, Thomas Dekker, John Fletcher, Robert Greene, Thomas Heywood, and Ben Jonson all left behind plays in manuscript. No Shakespeare playscript, though, has ever been found. (Part of the manuscript of a play about Sir Thomas More has been attributed to Shakespeare, but the part is small and the attribution contentious.)"
"AI perception management campaigns like Watson, Alexa, Apple, Google, etc. distract us from understanding the true state of the technology. There’s a considerable gulf separating what AI technology can do at this time and what it might be able to do in the future. Though progress in the field has been considerable, much of it builds on breakthroughs that are decades old, which should make us concerned about over-hyping AI’s potential."