Artemis II

Most of you know that I am a space enthusiast and as such write a lot about our Space Programs. I love it and what we can learn from pursuing it. Last week I had the pleasure to tour the Kennedy Space Center Museum with my sister. It was a spectacular exhibit. I have...

Artificial General Intelligence v Artificial Intelligence

Most of you are aware of what artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of, but artificial general intelligence (AGI) is the next step up in machine learning (ML). Neither technology is new per sae. Both were conceived in the 1950s and 1960s. The experts who could...

Claude and Claude 2

I am so curious about the emerging artificial intelligence (AI) marketplace and what it means for business, education, and our personal lives now and in the future. This article will highlight Claude 2 and how it differentiates itself from Google Bard or OpenAi’s...

Risks of ChatGPT et.al.

I have written extensively previously about ChatGPT and Google Bard, and Microsoft CoPilot. All are forms of artificial intelligence (AI) tools that use natural language processing (NLP) to generate responses in human-like tones. This is termed generative AI....

El Nino and the Warming of the Ocean

Previously I wrote about El Nino and what it means for us in 2023 and beyond. This article is an extension of that prior article building on what is now being noticed weatherwise by climatologists around the globe. Let me begin a recap of what El Nino is and does....

Cuba Pre-Castro and Now

Cuba was once ruled by Spain. They obtained their independence in 1902. In the wake of that independence, they were economically hamstrung and blighted by corrupt governments. Congress in the United States passed the Platt Amendment which granted the US the right to...

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