was Re: Autonomy and Code
gmkarl at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 16:06:39 PDT 2021
Thanks for your nice replies.
my mind is scattered, but i'm sending this e-mail to do the friendly
reply thing. if you have a link to your validation project maybe i
can test it out or something.
>> Hi coderman ^ any middle monkeys,
>> What problem spaces do you see or are passionate about?
>> Are you working on anything?
> right now i am working on technology that facilitates content
> discovery, sourcing, and validation.
> if you can validate information on social media, it becomes news.
> if you invalidate claims on social media, it becomes misinformation.
> distinguishing between news and misinfo is a hard problem, and
> critical to fighting lies, misinformation, propaganda, etc.
what can we do to support your work?
[that sounds like cool (and important) work. i'm curious. I always
think towards pointing towards blockchained history, to validate
I rediscovered prolog and logic programming recently. Interesting
ideas of formal validation of statements of facts. Machine learning
algorithms can now somewhat break the automation barrier between
statement and experience.]
>> I've also been deniably brainwashed so I work on eeg technology
>> sometimes, so such things can have more proof some day.
> i look forward to turning these read-only brain technologies into
> read/write :P
there's been read/write tech for some time, although that hasn't been
my focus. what are you looking for in this?
>> I'm interested in most other parts of problem spaces but haven't worked
>> on most of them recently. Often I find myself gravitating towards AI
>> technology which is clearly and slowly replacing software development.
>> In my edge spaces I work with open hardware and radio a little.
> check out this 2.6 trillion transistor processor for AI workloads :
> we'll likely see this level of compute in personal hands in our lifetimes
i've always been big on optimising algorithms, but yeah it does look
like that kind of thing will happen pretty soon.
>> I'm not sure I'm _able_ to help these situations with work ... not
>> it is technically impossible, but because of my brainwashing ...
> even if you can't directly contribute, there is value in learning and
> these technologies - you never know who will find your experience relevant
> what they're up to.
small parts! small parts =)
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