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Learnings & Musings on AI, ML, Data Science & Python

The Most Automated Catch, Part 1

I was watching an old episode of Deadliest Catch recently and one of the captains said he’d staff the boat with robots and run it from Seattle if he could. Naturally, that got me thinking… First, could robots crab fish? Most of the process could be automated pretty easily, it’s a lot of repetitive actions. But, they are complicated by … Read More


The Autonomous Vehicle Economy

I’ve been toying with the economic consequences of the impending autonomous vehicle revolution for a while now and this recent IKEA thought exercise got me thinking about it again. 🔁 For now, a brain dump in bullet point format. Maybe I’ll expand on/gussy up these thoughts in the future. 🤷 Drie-thrus will die and be reborn. Fast food restaurants will … Read More


The Bot Economy 💵

A recent issue of the Inside AI newsletter included the prediction that eventually we will sell things to AIs. The inflection point is said to be when population growth levels off and capitalism foresees its downfall and doom. 📉 First, I think modern capitalism’s growth requirement is a bug, not a feature. Focusing on growth and appeasing shareholders can lead … Read More


rAIdio 📻

Deepwave has released an AI radio transceiver. It’s got bits and chips that mean you can run AI applications on radio frequencies. 📡 The post contains some interesting potential use cases, but I’m having more fun imagining all kinds of weird AI radio futures. Being a podcast nerd and having a weird nostalgia for the golden age of radio I … Read More