Monthly Archives: May 2009
Some time ago I did a photo experiment in which I picked one common everyday object, and photographed that same object in different scenes. Each day of the designated month, I picked a different scene. Here is the result.
As the new Terminator movie is about to premiere, it reminds me of the key real technology on which the fictional robots operated. I am speaking of neural networks. As with most things in my life, I am not an expert on neural networks, but I know a little about it. Artificial neural networks are [...]
I recently went on a photo walk through NYC. Here are a few of the photos that I took along my journey.
Much has been done in the past, and will continue to be done in the future, in the pursuit of truth. For such a small word, it has a lot of impact. I claim that there is no such thing as truth. This notion of truth is really just our individual and group perceptions of [...]