Monthly Archives: December 2016

timetrack improvements

I’ve just added a couple of improvements to timetrack that allow you to append to existing time recordings (either with an amount like 15m or using live to time additional minutes spent and append them). You can also remove entries using timetrack rm instead of remove – saving keystrokes is what programming is all about. … Continue reading timetrack improvements

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AI can’t solve all our problems, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t intelligent

A recent opinion piece I read on Wired called for us to stop labelling our current specific machine learning models AI because they are not intelligent. I respectfully disagree. AI is not a new concept. The idea that a computer could ‘think’ like a human and one day pass for a human has been around since … Continue reading AI can’t solve all our problems, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t intelligent

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