I was born in 1996. Growing up, there were a lot of things that were considered to be Sci-Fi (or were outright laughed at) that are generally accepted as possible or probable today. Things like:
Seriously, how? Because nobody seems to be able or willing to dig deeper into how the development of programs can bring about the apocalypse. Here is a list of things which humans have catastrophically failed to predict about the onset of AI:
I’m listening to the fully AI generated Joe Rogan interview with Sam Altman. As I’m listening to it, I’m coming to realize that I don’t care that it’s all AI generated. It’s still entertaining content.
I had a discussion about these kinds of clones with friends a couple years ago, …Continue Reading
Large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot have sparked a lot of debate in the programming community. While some people are excited about the potential of these powerful AI systems, others are worried that they will put programmers out of a job.
But the truth is that LLMs …Continue Reading
Whenever a new technology comes out that claims to revolutionize an industry, there are always people who focus on how it will destroy jobs. They’re right in a sense that it will destroy some jobs, particularly the ones that are no longer necessary because we’ve found a more efficient way …Continue Reading
Machines are mechanisms designed to augment human muscles. Some machines can have thousands of parts. If one part breaks, you may notice some reduced performance. When many parts break, The Machine stops.
That’s when the problems start.
The Machine is a mental mechanism I use to make my life easier. …Continue Reading
A robotic hand writing on a piece of parchment with a quill
The above image was created by the infamous AI DALL-E 2, by OpenAI. I recently was …Continue Reading
A group of professionals in suits, pixel art
A trend I’ve started to notice across many different disciplines is that when you deny the “majority” in favor of a high quality “minority”, you …Continue Reading
So for the past several months I’ve been mentoring a high school robotics team. In that time I’ve come to realize that there are remarkable similarities between running an FRC team and running a startup. Here’s …Continue Reading
I didn't break it, it was given to me broken
It would surprise me if I’m the first person to create something like this, let alone think of it. That being said, I’ve figured out a way to secretly embed a python …Continue Reading
It's easier than you think
The way programmers program programs are not always obvious when first starting out. When I was young and would see special effects in movies and TV shows, I would ask my …Continue Reading
Focus on the things that matter, remove the things that don’t.
An illustration of a desk with the following things on it: a laptop, coffee …Continue Reading
A little perspective can go a long way
Marco shot of an expert blacksmith forging a piece of red hot steel. …Continue Reading
...or unicode in a nutshell
A graphic image of 𒐫 and 𑇩 being swapped between two systems
We’ve been told time and time again that variables in Python must begin with a letter or …Continue Reading
There’s so much more to it than just the code
A stack of books on a library desk, god rays are shining through the dusty windows
Building your own Software as a Service (SaaS) startup …Continue Reading
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