And we use words, slippery words, like algorithm.
Okay, now if you hear someone use the word 'algorithm',
and they're not a mathematics professor or a computer scientist,
they're probably trying to obscure what it is they actually do, what their company does.
At the very least they're trying to evade any responsibility for what it is that their company does or what it is they actually does.
I would love for you to be suspicious of this.
I would love for you to look at fundamentals, to look at what are we really doing in the world,
what is the change that is being effected, how can we actually move the ball forward progressively in this way.
Oscar Wilde once said, the old believe everything; the middle-aged suspect everything; the young know everything.
You do know everything.
I'm clearly in my suspicious phase.
And I'd love to impart some of that to you because I think there's an enormous amount of work to be done.
And in the great tradition of these speeches, I don't have to tell you how to do it.
I just have to tell you that it's your problem now.