Antimony

Antimony is out now! You can check it out here: Spotify Apple Music SoundCloud You can also stream it right here (Soundcloud): Thank you so much for all the support, I love it when I receive comments about my tracks, or when you share my music with other people. If often look at the stats […]

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414749

After three months of work I’ve finally released #414749, my 12th album. The album is a jamboree of genres, albeit not intentionally so. I just let each song take it’s style and route based on how it felt, kind of like when writers let the story go on it’s way without trying to strictly determine the […]

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How Police could effectively pre-empt riots

Over the past few days we have seen violence escalate dramatically in different cities across England, with London being the primary location. Acts of violence, rioting, looting, and arson have taken place at night for several days. I have been attached to the BBC News coverage through their website and I saw an interesting tweet […]

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Science goes back to basics on AI (BBC News)

Science goes back to basics on AI Robots are widely used but few are considered intelligent The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has begun a project to re-think artificial intelligence research. The Mind Machine Project will return to the basics of AI research to re-examine what lies behind human intelligence. Spanning five years and funded by […]

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ASIMO: The future?

You may have heard of (or seen) HONDA’s humanoid robot ASIMO before. ASIMO stands for “Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility” although many would argue that it is in reverence to Isaac Asimov. Currently over 100 units exist, and each costs about 1 million USD. It has been featured in many different shows, including CES, amongst others. Many believe […]

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AI Tools for Students and Researchers

I came across with an interesting video today that displays experimental use of a bunch of tools this organisation has developed, which aid students and researchers with AI studies and experiments. The website is aispace.org, check out the video below:

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