Finished my AI bachelor's 🎉
I finished my bachelor’s degree in Artificial Intelligence last February! Having completed my degree by handing in my bachelor’s thesis, I am now officially a bachelor of science. Neat. To celebrate (?) I decided to update this website a bit. I have added a projects page, which I intend to fill with some of the things I’m doing/have done - right now, it only has a piece about my thesis. I’ve also updated the about page a bit, mostly to reflect that I’m now working on getting my master’s degree in AI, focusing on Multi-Agent Systems.
As for the future of this blog/site/whatever it is: I think I’m going to do some smaller, more casual posts here. I originally intended to do some bigger blog posts about all kinds of things I have an opinion on, but I can’t find the time/motivation to work on them, so I hope that by keeping posts smaller and more casual I can get myself to post more often.
As a kind of motivation, here’s a short list of some things I might want to write about:
- Markup tools/languages: Balancing expressiveness, maintainability and user experience
Based on my experiences with LaTeX, Markdown, HTML, Word and more, I want to explore the different needs we have when typesetting documents and how different tools, functions and environments lead to the abundance of markup tools and languages
- Open science: Reasons, goals and limits
Open science seems to be gaining more traction in the research community. How does open science contribute to that community, what problem(s) does it solve and is it of any use outside the research community?
- A blog version of (parts of) my bachelor’s thesis
In keeping with the open science theme, I plan to write a blog post about my bachelor’s thesis. At this point in time I’m not entirely sure what form it will take: do I publish it mostly as-is, do I summarize it, do I write several blog posts on some of the interesting parts?