Month: June 2017

June 30, 2017 / Tech

Deep LearningDeep learning is a field of software that is really ‘hot’ right now. It’s a member of the machine learning family, and used for things such as image and speech recognition. I foresee some disturbing applications in video and audio manipulation for advertising.

June 23, 2017 / Being a Dad

Toys of a Reckless ToddlerMy daughter has recently gotten the hang of walking. She has also discovered a new hobby: climbing onto stuff. If that sounds like a volatile combination, then you’re right. It is. So, a rant about toddler safety.

June 16, 2017 / Reviews

The LibrarianThe Librarian is made-for-TV movie from 2004. I bought it years ago, as part of a five-movies-for-four-euro set. Last week, I finally got around to watching it. Here’s what I thought about it.

June 9, 2017 / Politics

Climate Change DenialNearly all scientists agree that climate change is happening. And really, just take a whiff of air coming out of your car exhaust and you know that can’t be good for the world. Why do people still deny the facts? And is there a way around that?

June 2, 2017 / Science
Particle Accelerator
Courtesy of CERN

Particle accelerators can show us the secrets of the universe! Or possible create a black hole that sucks up Earth. But what are particle accelerators?