I stumbled upon this bad ass - Santiago Ramon y Cajal - the founding father of Neuroscience.
But I began my day considering AI. It's hard for me to wrap my head around this stuff. I have to try and it almost hurts. I end up at nuance. It feels to me like nuance is emotion leaking out of us here and there and is the defining feature of subjective experience. Do we learn to model nuance first and then refine it and make it uniquely our own? That doesn't feel true. We learn the thing, whatever it is, then inadvertently give it nuance through our subjective experience. WTF. I spend my days searching for nuance and amplifying it. Can a computer be given enough modeling input to obtain nuance? I don't think so. But it can come close. It's happening as I sit here and write. Tesler's Theorem: AI is whatever hasn't been done yet. More on this later. I just started thinking about it yesterday. I'm going to go read about the rather hot founding father of neuroscience. But first, I'll highlight a product I'm fond of. Today's item worthy of much praise is: Cire Trudon SPIRITUS SANCTI
This stuff is wildly expensive. I get the travel size room spray because the perfume is way above my pay grade. I'm a Hillbilly Lux. It smells absolutely beautiful. Brandi C turned me on to it.