What do education, cybernetics, music, technology and philosophy have in common?
Wednesday, 8 May 2019
Bach as an anticipatory fractal - and thoughts on computer visualisation
I've got to check that I've got this right, but it seems that an algorithmic analysis I've written of a Bach 3-part invention r...
Tuesday, 7 May 2019
"Tensoring" Education: Machine Learning, Metasystem and Tension
I've been thinking a lot about Buckminster-Fuller recently, after I gave a talk to architecture students about methods in research (why...
Sunday, 28 April 2019
How the Roli Seaboard is changing the way I think about music
I am making very weird noises at the moment. Partly encouraged by a richly rewarding collaboration with John Hyatt and Mimoids (see https:...
Saturday, 27 April 2019
Tradition, Redundancy and Losing the Way
This week there was a rare opportunity to hear Michael Tippett's piano concerto in Manchester (it's rare anywhere) with Steven Osbo...
Monday, 15 April 2019
Kaggle and the Future University: Learning. Machine. Learning.
One of the most interesting things that @gsiemens pointed out the other day in his rant about MOOCs was that people learning machine learni...
Every improvisation I am making at the moment is dominated by an idea about the nature of reality as being a hologram, or fractal. So the...
Saturday, 13 April 2019
Comparative Judgement, Personal Constructs and Perceptual Control
The idea that human behaviour is an epiphenomenon of the control of perception is an idea associated with Bill Power's "Perceptual...
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