Last night, my sister and I went out to dinner at one of Boston’s newest restaurants, Spyce, which opened five days ago. Via a large touch screen, I keyed in my order — part of a menu with fully customizable options for people with allergies or special diets — paid with credit card, and received … More An award-winning Boston restaurant run by robots
On Friday night, after work, I crossed the street to Boston’s Museum of Science, where my cousin, my boyfriend, and I settled into our seats in an auditorium to hear two experts’ takes on artificial intelligence and where it could take us in the coming decades. The discussion, titled Life 3.0., was free and available … More Musings on artificial intelligence at the Museum of Science, Boston
The past several months have been a whirlwind, so here’s a short list of personal and professional happenings, in no particular order: I passed my 1-year mark as an instructor and developer at Launch Academy, and switched from the virtual team to the on-campus team and back, teaching students from all different backgrounds about web … More A life update
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