Far away

, , on April 22, 2018

Life has been different. Reading and experiencing plenty but would rather save timeless things. Interesting how over time the sources of valuable information change, and we are only as good as those sources. Takes a lot of work to find the new ones.

OpenCola

Vantablack

This online lending company

Halo Online – halo is such an amazing staple that it deserves to have a forever playable, open sourced, always being built upon, compilation of all halos, with a community that lives indefinitely


Artificial Intelligence and Medicine

, on February 9, 2018

This topic goes back decades. I’ve been following it more recently but figured I can start to organize a list of relevant research, will be interesting to see how it grows over time.

DeepHeart: Semi-Supervised Sequence Learning for Cardiovascular Risk Prediction

Healthcare Ethnography

on December 11, 2017

Post-apocalyptic life in American health care is the best healthcare descriptor article I have come across that summarizes the situation accurately and efficiently, and interestingly leads to a couple of viable system-wide solutions.


Some reading

— on March 10, 2016

Peanut allergy, what do – this research was recently updated as well

Wikipedia go – bored? try this

Conversation about the future – predicting the future is a burgeoning hobby, not necessarily for any accuracy, but for interesting perspectives

More future predicting –  currently the focus on computing, while very warranted, is flooding popular press due to alphago and other AI advancements. All exciting to witness but it takes a lot of work to dissociate the ideas and events from the rhetoric and opinions.

Developing utopia – good to broach this subject in a thoughtful manner because it has a high likelihood of becoming necessary, and is already happening


Election Update

, on February 7, 2016

The Presidential Candidates Ranked By Their Usefulness In A Bar Fight by Ali Davis was amusing.


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