I don’t recall when I encountered my first Artificial Intelligence device, but I’m sure it was in the early days of my youth. I grew up on the plains of Illinois in the land of Lincoln and can still remember when my parents purchased our first calculator for the home, followed later by our first computer. Unlike other children of that era who argued the superiority of Chevy or Ford, John Deere, or International, my early days were involved with discussing the finer qualities of Commodore, Atari, IBM, Compaq, Radio Shack and Apple computers.
I created my first form of artificial intelligence software in my late teens which I used to generate software code at the time. I then repeated this creation in various forms throughout my life, to varying degrees of success and utility.
The study and development of Artificial Intelligence continue to explode each year and is now prevalent in many areas of life. The costs of development and computing meant that it can now be accessed regularly by many people that had no access before.
This website will contain the articles and research that I have gathered on this topic, and how it effects each one of us.
I hope you enjoy it.