Category: Technology

  • Can an AI write about an AI writing?

    The following post was created entirely by an AI. I wanted to see how good AI writing were at the current moment. Are they good enough to completly replace a human writer? I doubt it. But I don’t know. Read below and see. I have not edited the following in any way, it is exactly […]

  • How to start a blog

    How to start a blog

    I’ve been blogging for a few years, and it’s one of my favourite things to do. But let me be clear: blogging is not always easy! You’ll have to learn how to write well, promote yourself online, and answer to readers. It can take months or even years before you start making good money from […]

  • Home assistant: Using a NAS for IOT integration

    Home assistant: Using a NAS for IOT integration

    Now that our home network has been set up with the Synology DS220+ for file serving, I am going to have a go at running home assistant off of it. There are many “smart” devices that are found in the average home these days. The problem with most of them is that they all use […]

  • The demise of Google Stadia

    The demise of Google Stadia

    As google is due to kill Stadia forever in a couple of weeks, I thought I would revisit it as a service and technology for the last time. I have previously written about my experience as a Stadia user a couple of times. I actually gave up on Stadia myself over a year ago and […]

  • Google stadia: an updated review of the streaming tech

    I last posted my thoughts on Google’s Stadia game streaming platform a few months back. At the time I commented on the fact that I thought that Stadia, or at least game streaming, may be the future of gaming. Although I had some reservations, backed up by many in the community, about its implementation at […]

  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE BEAUTY – HOW THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY IS EVOLVING

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE BEAUTY – HOW THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY IS EVOLVING

    Not all skin (or skincare) is created equal. One of the biggest challenges facing skincare consumers today is finding products that work for them—their unique skin type and the unique challenges they face with their skin. And, you won’t find it on Google. We no longer fit into the 4 standard groups of skin type, […]