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Problems Rules
Wish / ProblemWhy?

    [Results]"I wish this thing be like that..."

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    | (19191)  Metaphorical programming I feel that abstractions in programming are not powerful enough. What we really want to program with is metaphors. So I imagine complicated systems visualised a network of pipes like a circuit board. And I can introduce the metaphor of cars driving around a network. A loop is a depot that produces cars around a circuit. You can have visibility and observability of a system by rendering dataflow visually.
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    | (19088)  Sharing Digital Resources
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    | (19087)  Programmatic Access and Control How to build generic programmatic access solution to help people scale thinking and doing?
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    | (19087)  Window/tab merge Why do you have multiple tabs open? The answer is that you're cross referencing in your head. Why not let the computer do it?
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Solutions Rules
Method / PrincipleHow?

    [Results]"I found a way this could work..."

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    (19309)  Write to Galaxies :  Treat galaxies like CD drives to send directional laser updates of our civilization, and survive in the minds of the distant future civilizations.
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    (19264)  Oximeter Popularization via Handbands :  Just like smoke alarms, but for human bodies.
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    (19254)  HiveCell :  Universal Beehive Cell-like Capsule-Hotel-like Car Connectable into Buildings and Spaces
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    (19191)  XMaze :  Computer game for students: theory on the walls, problem solutions unlock the doors.
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    (19187)  Automated API traversal :  Armed with a thesaurus and an almanac of system functionality we can write robots that program themselves
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Projects Rules
Work / ActivityWhat?

    [Results]"Here's what I did, and will do next..."

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    | (19188)  Treenity :  To organize world of data types, and lowcoding
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    | (19096)  ogiziu :  Activating Imaginators
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    | (19041)  MetaDrive :  MetaDrive is an attempt to design a single interface to all world's resources via a metastandard.
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    | (19002)  SYMBÉS :  Symbiotic Creativity as The Way
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    | (18941)  Dancing Lines Speaking :  Create an illustrated book about the legacy of the choreographer Lisa Naugle
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    | (18414)  SwingTrans, OO :  Provide Swing as Transportation option
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Products
Outlets / EndpointsWhere?

[Results]"Here's what we have, order when you need..."


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Persons
Identities / BrandsWho?

    [Results]"Here are those who do, you may want to know..."

  • Malü I'm a curious animal in a female human body! Creativity, spiritual ecology, joy and friendship are my guiding forces.
  • sev Unlock human potential
  • Darrell Duane Connector who brings uplifting people and projects together.
  • Mindey A curious and ingenious bipedal world explorer. ^__^ @_@
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Stories
News / ReportsWhen?

    [Results]"Here's what's happening, you might want to know..."

  • Next-Gen OpenAI Codex Model Neural networks trained for code autocompletion, generate reasonable code from plain text instructions. What's next? Inspired by the rudimentary GPT-3 ability to generate code, the OpenAI researchers decided to focus on specifically training a system, called Codex, to generate code from text. The following video came out as a live demo of the new Next-Gen OpenAI Codex system: "Proficient in more than a dozen programming languages, Codex can now interpret simple commands in natural language and execute them on the user’s behalf—making it possible to build a natural language interface to existing applications." The system is claimed to have a 37% accuracy by the metric that OpenAI group has defined, a 10% improvement compared to the previous model. Details in the research paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2107.03374.pdf.

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ago @ Simple Brainwave Modulation Prototype App

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ago @ Imaginary auction shop

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ago @ Personalized Diet

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ago @ Personalized Diet

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ago @ Investomart

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ago @ Personalized Diet

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