Great news everyone! Meta just released the Llama 2, the next-generation large language model by Meta. Most importantly they made the model open-source, meaning it’s available for both research and commercial use! Llama 2 promises to revolutionize AI applications and drive innovation, making it a great opportunity to get on board and start building our … Continue reading How to run the Llama 2 AI model on your MacBook
If you are (or aspire to be) a Product Manager, chances are you heard about the RICE framework. It’s often the number one item on the list if you Google term “Product Management framework”, and you probably have been asked or asked about it during a job interview. For most part, for a good reason. … Continue reading RICE is (probably) harming your product.
Ok, I’ll admit it. I’m a monster. It’s true. My hunger for knowledge is insatiable. Jokes aside, being a Product Manager or a Researcher only means that there are never enough ideas, facts, or data to support your work. You always wish you had more. And when you do, then you will probably need that … Continue reading 10 Books Every Product person should read (or listen to)
Oftentimes, when reading reports, briefs, or listening to presentations, we will come across statistics that are used to state a fact or support a point the author is trying to make. A conclusion to the process. Descriptive statistics can play another very important role - as an investigative tool - helping you identify new opportunities … Continue reading Descriptive Statistics for Product people (pt. 3): Measures of Dispersion or Variation
Consider the following scenario: Your boss reached out to you to find the reason behind the low satisfaction scores the app gets from its users and wants you to find out what might be the reason. You contacted the customer support team who shared with you that they have been receiving complaints that the app … Continue reading Measures of Central Tendency (Descriptive Statistics for Product people pt. 2)
No time to read? You can now listen to this article read by AI 🙂 As a Product Manager, you are expected to support your ideas and decisions with data. Working on a brief more often than not will require you to spend hours interviewing users and carrying out seemingly endless desk research. Oftentimes you … Continue reading Descriptive Statistics for Product people (pt. 1)