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Work: we meet again

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As the title of this blog implies, I am working again. I had been unemployed since April when I worked as a sales rep for an auction company. 435 more words

Off The Cuff

Let the Stories Tell Themselves

I came across this article on Polygon describing some of the awesome tech behind the new and improved Storybricks Engine, which purportedly can generate stories from scratch. 287 more words


Researchers Successfully Hack Gmail App 9 Out Of 10 Times

Washington: A team of researchers have identified a flaw in Android, Windows and iOS mobile operating systems which allowed them to hack several apps including Gmail with a success rate of 82 to 92%. 136 more words


A Plea for Police-Academic Relationships

Early in my career, I envisioned a police department in which the officers would become experts in human behavior, relational experts. This is what I experienced in my years in Minneapolis. 906 more words


Impact of stress on emotions linked to genes

The genetic conditions of each individual person determine what effect stress has on their emotions, researchers from the Medical University of Vienna in Austria have claimed in a new study. 258 more words

The Researcher as Artist

To the extent that the artist shares an awareness of the world with others (through the representational form of whatever they ‘make’), we  highlight the importance of being able to communicate with others – as artist-researchers. 441 more words


I for one welcome our new robot overlords

Apologies for the non-game topic: I stumbled upon an interesting perspective about AI, with a focus on effects to the human economy and lifestyle. Just a disclaimer, I’m a graduate student working on AI, and specifically AI that can replicate human creativity in game design. 307 more words