I like to write about my ideas to learn, document, and explore.
Writing is a slow progress of permanently distilling one's self and work in a semi-permanent manner.
I like to write about artificial intelligence broadly, with a focus on robotics and a theme of understanding trends that'll help make robotics accessible and equitable.
Also, I am passionate about human optimization, more pure math, technology, and more. This will all come in eventually.
30 Aug: how Medium is trying to keep its writers
26 Aug: a 30 minute conceptual intro to RL
22 Aug: Why I write & my workflow
19 Aug: Thoughts on meditation and a journal
(~2018) A linear systems textbook I wrote to learn LaTeX in Cornell's ECE 5210 and Berkeley's EE221a
Years, archive updated intermittently, but all new content is here.
I also publish on three different channels:
This is my newsletter.
It is a hobby project helping me figure out how robots can best serve society, equally.
Hopefully, this can help me contribute to the signal, not the noise.
A fantastic way to follow ideas of those you respect.
Everyone can make a twitter feed matching up to their individual likes - I just recommend liberal use of the block button, keep it positive.
I share all my articles here to gain viewership.
I have become a contributor on TowardsDataScience.
Over time, I became irritated with being subject to the whims of algorithms, so I made a direct email
newsletter to connect with my loyal followers.
Medium is great, but it had me writing too much click-bait.