“Every woman deserves a man who loves and respects her, and every man deserves a woman who appreciates his efforts.”
Little thoughts: Delay Tolerant Networking on Android OS
Last trip across several villages in Southern Java didn’t work very well. I lost several gigabit-hours worth of opportunity to access extended mind through my droid, thanks to unavailability of data connection.
A solution might be Delay-tolerant Networking or DTN for short. I tried to simulate with manual queue on browser. Well, too much user intervention, unless you are ready to get dirt on your hand: Constantly looking on data connection indicator while tapping reload on several tabs. Not so elegant.
That was another story, but this is the real deal for all network packets. There is an implementation on Android OS called Bytewalla. Got original paper and git repository, last commit was three years ago, gonna look it further and, um, here you are:
Parenting is basically a natural AI programming
Something I realized this morning on Artifical Intelligence: If you want a rapid advancement of AI understanding for yourself, be a parent. Newly born infants are the best natural learning supercomputer available for you and your spouse.
Within two to three years, they will learn much more than for the rest of their lives. Natural Language Processing, Optical Character Recognition, Object Recognition, you name it. And they are much more capable than the silicons. Have a long experiment, write in a logbook. Don’t test your baby like you test a chimp, do it naturally. Introduce them to books and pencils, give them chopins or beethovens. Avoid fashions or other toxic concepts that will distract them. Do it whatever it takes to create an ultimate intelligent being.
It might be an exhausting process, but it is far more budget friendly rather than derive from the first principle on a dumb silicon. Why should you reinvent the wheels when nature gives you natural framework and all the dependencies you need?
So go now, have some babies haha
Reading Masters of Doom by David Kushner
"If you want to set off and go develop some grand new thing, you don’t need millions of dollars of capitalization. You need enough pizza and Diet Coke to stick in your refrigerator, a cheap PC to work on, and the dedication to go through with it. We slept on floors. We waded across rivers." - John Carmack
Dedication to go through, to wade accross the river. Well said. – View on Path.