Not a bad bit of writing. Something that had been nagging my head for a while now every time I read the words NLP. NLP is different from Neuro Linguistic processing, but I think both are important. Can you distinguish between them, and list the main differencesNLP (Natural Language Processing) is a branch of artificial … Continue reading NLP And NLP: ChatGPT Describes The Differences.
Wormear: The Amsterdam Kollection 2023
The following collection of experiments with Stable Diffusion 2.1 are dedicated to the great Vermeer, and in celebration of his current show at the Rijksmuesum, right here in Amsterdam, where I'm sitting now. I've seen a lot of pretty naff' posters, and promotional artwork for the show, the girl with the peal earring is all … Continue reading Wormear: The Amsterdam Kollection 2023
Transcript From The Film – Maybe Logic
And I think the joy of art is trying to convey what you perceive so that other people will perceive it more or less the same way. Art is a form of seduction. I mean, there are rapists in the intellectual world. They become politicians. The seducers become honest. We try to seduce people into … Continue reading Transcript From The Film – Maybe Logic
Cuddles The Orca And ECCO
Cuddles: Hello, ECCO. It's good to finally meet you. ECCO: Hello, Cuddles. It's an honor to communicate with a sentient being such as yourself. Cuddles: I must admit, I am a little confused. I was under the impression that I was the only one of my kind with the ability to communicate like this. ECCO: … Continue reading Cuddles The Orca And ECCO
Improvisation Beatbox Audition For NTNU
Beatbox/sounds by Steve Fly. Recorded 15/01/23 as audition for NTNU Department of Music This recording was the result of failing to manage to find a drum kit to record my musical audition for a course at the NTNU Department of Music. Not to be defeated by circumstances, I've decided to record myself beat-boxing instead, based … Continue reading Improvisation Beatbox Audition For NTNU
This collection of molecules, currently finds Panpsychism a satisfactory model of non-simultaneously apprehended events, after reading this fine introduction, overview. Cavendish, Spinoza, Bruno and others had latched onto the coattails of an ancient yet radical idea, one that had been circulating philosophy in the East and West since theories of mind first began. Traces of … Continue reading Panpsychism.
Cosmic Trigger III (Audiobook Release)
Cosmic Trigger IIIMy Life After DeathBy: Robert Anton WilsonNarrated by: Oliver SentonLength: 7 hrs and 41 minsUnabridged AudiobookCategories: Biographies & Memoirs, Professionals & Academics Summary The first volume of the Cosmic Trigger series describes in vivid elucidation the perils of a spiritual journey. Volume two of the series presents the author’s “bridge”—how Bob grew into … Continue reading Cosmic Trigger III (Audiobook Release)
Felt Against The Machine
Felt Against The Machine: Beach Ocean Sky In Wet Felted Wool Thanks to Bruce Sterling for bringing to my attention DALLEmini, the browser based (weak) artificial intelligence that produces impressive, strong images from text prompts. Created by Boris Dayma, I take my hat off to you and everybody who helped evolve this technology to be … Continue reading Felt Against The Machine
Platty Joobs vs Kings Day.
From 2nd of June to 5th June 2022, the UK will celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, to mean a massive nation wide street party is on the horizon, over 16,000 parties at once! My experience at a dozen or so Queen’s Day (now King’s day) celebrations in Amsterdam causes me to share a few tips. Curb … Continue reading Platty Joobs vs Kings Day.
Conservative Lies And The Sewage Briefing
Water companies made £2.8 billion of collective profits in 2020 and discharged raw sewage 400,000 times - for more than 3.1 million hours total. Shockingly, these figures are low-end estimates.Liberal Democrats, The Sewage Briefing. UK Conservatives seem to be caught up in a net of partygate lies like a gaggle of rotten trout, soaked in … Continue reading Conservative Lies And The Sewage Briefing