Consider this: I want to book a flight from Atlanta to New York for next weekend, and want to get the cheapest ticket available. I also I want it to be with an airline that is connected to my rewards program, preferably on a flight that has wi-fi. How would I do it? I willContinue reading “Apps are dead. Long live AI!”
I’m going to cut through right to the chase here. There’s a growing problem in having advanced AI algorithms taking over human tasks while possessing little, to non-existent ethical benchmarks that assess their actions.
I walked this morning to Starbucks, as I usually do on Sundays, and decided to take a break from reading the Lord of the Rings series. Much as I love Tolkien’s epic, sweeping tales, I wanted to go for something more intimate and philosophical – enter St. Augustine. His book The Confessions, has been a profoundContinue reading “#Throwback to 400AD”
I’m taking a developer certification for using IBM’s Watson AI, and one of the learning requirements is to understand the basics of artificial neural networks. In order to retain the information better and to understand the underlying processes, I decided to actually create a neural network, with the help of Stephen Welch’s excellent “Neural NetworksContinue reading “What I learned from building a neural network. Hint: the robots are coming!”
See the first post here. The previous post finished with a question. I hope to finish this one with an answer. I asked “how do we know what kind of laws are necessary?” and, “can they be prevented from infringing on an individual’s rights?” Since these questions are so large and encompass thousands of yearsContinue reading “Law & Order: Episode 2”
A poem on creating your future and letting fate decide itself.
How can we ensure that a person’s liberty is protected while maintaining an orderly state? Find out in the pilot episode of Law & Order from the Set All on Fire channel!
Have you seen modern architecture lately? Doesn’t it seem to you rather…boring? They’re all made out of steel and glass (some adventurous architects use wood). They’re all square or some weird polygon shape. They’re built to be as transparent as possible and evoke a sterility that rivals that of a hospital. Seriously, it seems asContinue reading “Bring in the Gargoyles!”
Four things a man must learn to do, If he should make his life more secure. To think without confusion clearly, To love his fellow men sincerely, To act from pure motives only, To trust in God and heaven securely. I got this poem from John Wooden, legendary NCAA coach who would lead the UCLAContinue reading “Four things a man must learn to do”
It was a warm Thursday evening. The sun was high in the cloudless sky. The air was filled with the murmurings of cicadas and the singing of birds. A small bee colony hanged in the corner of the tiled roof where Matthew lived. He was young, but living alone. His house was small but servedContinue reading “The making of a story”