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Eric Leschinski



Modern day tower of Babel: https://youtu.be/JOxSnB9ST2c?t=9m1s

Python's biggest design flaw: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1132941/least-astonishment-in-python-the-mutable-default-argument

What is your plan for reclaiming the Inhospitable surfaces of planet Earth? https://youtu.be/S1oX9L6e6_Q?t=32m31s

Another flaw in Python: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/240178/python-list-of-lists-changes-reflected-across-sublists-unexpectedly

In my 18 years of formalized education so far CS7641 at gatech is the best class I've taken to date: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOIKduAOD5k

Oh look, another design flaw in python -6 isn't actually -6, but indeed -5 is -5. derp: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11476190/why-0-6-is-6-false

It's an exciting time, like the time of the invention of electricity and the invention of the integrated circuit. Computers are better at coming to an understanding about things faster and better than humans ever could.


If we do not integrate these machines into our minds, eventually humans will all be unemployable, humans simply can't do any repetitive motion or learning task as good as, or as fast as a computer could be programmed to learn to do.