Computational Agents

Let's create and explore;

let machines handle the tedious

Much of humanity's time, from the service worker to the politician to the researcher, is spent doing tedious and routine tasks that take time away from exploring, building, creating, adventuring, and experiencing what the world has to offer. 


This problem is exacerbated by the scale of today's data, which requires computational augmentation to understand, unless we're willing to manually sift through data for years.


Employing our friends, computational agents, to help us in these tasks lets us focus on living in and better understanding the universe around us.

Blog Posts
Closing the biotech/AI loop at the source: the individual

6 min

As I transitioned from software engineering and AI to bioengineering, I was immediately struck by the incredible power of the tools...

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Higher-Dimensional Languages

2 min

Human language is limited by multitude of physical constraints; such as perturbation of particles in an air medium, complexity and prior...

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Taking Back Our Data

6 min

As I go about my day interacting with people and businesses, I am regularly astonished by the amount of effort it takes for me to share...

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Projects

Automatic tracking of comet plumes

Autonomous Navy Swarms

Cosmic Clocks

Iris Deep-Space Transponder

Robotic Framework for Neuroprosthetics

PERC-o-Matic: Point-of-sale software

Improving EEG brain-computer interface usability

Robosimian

Bubble Mouse