The other day as I was reading about the Stanford professor that ran a huge online version (100,000 students) of his AI class, I had a glimpse of a future for education that I have not heard discussed previously. As we worry here at the UW about the future funding for public education I . . . → Read More: A Possible Future for Education
Some years ago I thought of the following toy comp ling (Computational Linguistics) problem. I thought of it before I had ever even been aware that there was such a thing as Computational Linguistics, and I trust the folks that actually do comp ling will forgive me if I make it appear that their . . . → Read More: Does English have vowels, and can we find them?
It’s getting loud. The party is really beginning to happen. Someone brought some chemicals and things are getting a little twisted. I look out and count 4 or 5 billion… What? 6 billion? Already? Wow, that was fast work! Looks like we’re gonna need some more chips n’ dip if we wanna keep this . . . → Read More: Neuron In The Net