My interpretation of the difference between AI and Machine Learning demands a couple of analogies. AI is to Machine Learning as Wicca is to Druidism, or Light Beer to Irish Whiskey.

I have fallen in love with the idea of Transhumanism, and that led me to do my own personal, non-professional research into the link between Neurology and AI, which I began entirely by accident while roaming a college library out of boredom, looking for interesting topics that might peak my ravenous curiosity.

It’s amazing what you can find when you really have no idea what you are looking for!

When studying matters of this nature, I use a great amount of imagination and abstract thought. My perception shifts gear into Modular Design and Interpretive Dance. When doing this, I’ve come to realize that I have many other limbs that exist as abstractions, and I can move and operate them all like my own hands.

Counter-intuitive, I know, but that’s what ended up happening as I spent my time alone in my apartment coming to terms with inventive and innovative understanding regarding this subject.

When I started taking agency and ownership over my crazy ideas, and I stopped letting myself get discouraged by the negative opinions around me, all of the sudden things started to fall into place all around me. The broken parts of my mind started to purr like a well-oiled engine in high functionality.

Suffice to say, I enjoy a perception of a fusion of Applied Arts and Applied Sciences in a way that makes Nikola Tesla look like a well balanced and stable citizen.

As I said; Ravenous Curiosity.

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