François Chollet @fchollet Deep learning @google. Creator of Keras, neural networks library. Author of 'Deep Learning with Python'. Opinions are my own. Nov. 30, 2019 1 min read

I think it's a better attitude to acknowledge that we don't know much, to be ready to doubt what we think we know, and to keep a curious mindset. In every situation and every conversation there's something to learn

Certitudes and personal conflicts are not conducive to learning and growth

If there's one thing no one knows much about, it's cognition. Imagine everything you'll be able to learn about the mind in the next 20 years if only you stay open to challenging views and don't dismiss out of hand ideas that don't fit your biases

Or, I suppose you could cling to what you think you know and never learn anything new

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