I just finished reading What does a mathematical proof prove?, a (supposedly) classic in philosophy of math by Imre Lakatos and it confirmed what I feared was happening: I can no longer bear any humanities paper. Everything you read typically has a 10x multiplier on words, and usually boils down to one/two interesting perspectives on … Continue reading On humanities papers and mathematical naivety.
I recently found out about Operation 'Serenata de Amor' (thank you, Hacker Newsletter) and that reminded me of some thoughts I had about AI and government. Being the topic hot, I guess it would be nice to share my 2 cents here. One of the main problems of any country, some more than others, is corruption. … Continue reading Naïve thoughts about AI and politics.
Fa più rumore un albero che cade o un disco dei Pop X?
Some time ago I stumbled upon this article by Kyle Simpson (aka @getify) Sure const and let are new pals in JS-town, and we still have to understand properly their role, anyway, it’s been almost a year I’m using ES2015 regularly in my projects, and I really like the new variable declarations. I found them … Continue reading Ode to const