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AI and Creativity: Can Machines Create with Innovation and Artistry?

By Dick Weisinger

What does it mean to be creative? Is creativity something that AI and machines can ever achieve? Creativity incorporates twists and turns that evoke surprise and appreciation of something that is unexpected and unique. We sense creativity when we experience

Artificial Intelligence: Avoiding Unintended Consequences of Emerging Technology

By Dick Weisinger

There has been a continuous set of ‘Wow’s generated by the achievements of Artificial Intelligence. It’s a master of Chess and Shogi, capable of self-driving and designing AI chips, and can act as a constant voice assistant companion. But there

Artificial Intelligence: AI in the Enterprise

By Dick Weisinger

Three-quarters of US enterprises are building solutions that use artificial intelligence, according to a report by Forrester. What is the right path and how should enterprises dive into using AI? Choose practicality over experimentation whenever possible. Experimentation has the potential

Preservation Engineering: Snubbing Modernization and Transformation for the ‘Tried and True’

By Dick Weisinger

“If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it,” said Bert Lance, director of the US Office of Management and Budget during Jimmy Carter’s 1977 administration. Modernization may be a worthy goal, but it comes at a price that may not necessarily

Technology: Time Lenses Creates Quantum Stopwatches

By Dick Weisinger

Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) is a technique for recording light signals with picosecond time resolution. It is useful in applications like ultra-fast optical recording, precise measurements, DNA sequencing, and imaging at the molecular level. Using TCSPC, it is possible