Earlier this year, it struck me to the core that my quality of life has changed dramatically for the better because of D&D. It's practically a form of free therapy without ever feeling vulnerable. I even sent a message to my cousin saying, "I don't want to be melodramatic, but I sincerely feel that D&D… Continue reading Dungeons & Dragons is life-saving
As the population ages, the demand for high-quality carers rises. By 2026 it’s predicted that the UK will need around 420,000 more carers, but with the current vacancy rate high and the amount of those showing interest in the care sector diminishing, it’s important that technology is utilised in order to help fill the gaps and… Continue reading How can bots improve social care?
You know what's awesome? Viewing the human condition through the lens of artificial intelligence that we have created, which then looks back at us. Do you know what's not cool? Defining the human condition in sweeping generalisations and assuming an A.I. would care about exactly the same things we do. Hi, my name's Willow, and I… Continue reading Detroit: Becoming Human | The Concept of Freedom Applied to Robotics
Fantastic news! Big World Network is now a FREE site with over 2,000 episodes and nearly 800 hours of audio from 70+ series. What the friggity are you talking about? If you’re new to this blog (hello!) you might not be totally familiar Big World Network (BWN), so let me push you down the rabbit… Continue reading Free stories and audio books; and season 2 of Bloodshot Buck
Writing a novel by yourself is hard enough, so how do you corroborate your thoughts and work ethic with someone else's? It's actually very easy if you've got the patience, understanding, diplomacy skills and motivation to keep the ball rolling. This is not a how-to guide. This is not an example of: The One True… Continue reading How to Collaboratively Write a Book Series