I've been involved in mobile apps since the early 2000's and published 6 books on the topic. Since then, I've watched the market mature and noticed that advancements in technology (mostly natural language processing - NLP) was changing how users accomplished things on mobile devices. Recently, changes in Machine Learning further solidified the use of language instead of apps to deliver results on mobile devices, desktop computers, and more.
This site contains posts I wrote to explain what I see in this space and how I think it affects users, apps, society, and more. The thoughts and words presented here are mine and mine alone, and do not reflect the position or interests of my employer.
Date: May 31, 2023 | Categories: Artificial Intelligence
Not long after posting my previous article about ChatGPT, articles started popping up about a lawyer who used ChatGPT to write a brief for a court case and how it backfired on him because the generated brief had made up stuff in it.
Date: May 29, 2023 | Categories: Artificial Intelligence
There's been a lot of press and anxiety lately about ChatGPT and other chat-based AI tools. In my view, the media isn't describing these tools very well, fostering the worldwide anxiety by choice, so I wrote this post to provide the details as I see them.
Date: May 28, 2023 | Categories: Artificial Intelligence
You see examples of AI everywhere nowadays, but what we don't see is many examples of multiple models wired together to accomplish something. What we have is little islands of AI which minimizes its impact.
Date: May 24, 2023 | Categories: Miscellaneous
After a six-year hiatus, I'm finally back to writing articles on this site. Here's why...
Date: September 6, 2017 | Categories: Artificial Intelligence
Debugs the concept that Alexa is AI, instead it's just a bunch of discrete Machine Learning models.View All Articles