A ‘Challenge’ Project I Plan to Pursue Now…

Lately, I’ve been in awe of Scott H. Young, after reading his book, Ultralearning (which I highly recommend, by the way). He’s finished MIT OCW’s 4-year Computer Science curriculum in a year and has also traveled the world in different regions, reaching a near-fluency level in multiple languages. I get the idea that Scott is…

The Brain and Facial Recognition

First of all, before I introduce the interesting topic regarding the brain and facial recognition, I want to sincerely apologize that I haven’t been posting much. I plan to make this a weekly thing now, so stay posted for that! So, back to the topic at hand. MIT  has finally been able to reproduce how…

Slideshow: Ingestible Origami Robot

Artificial Intelligence is an incredible feat that humans were able to achieve, especially when we consider our short timeline on Earth. And of course MIT, the University of Sheffield, and the Tokyo Institute of Technology were able to create something unimaginable– an ingestible origami robot, built upon previous prototypes and models. The new work, which the…