Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • Debugging

    This week’s prompt comes at a more or less inopportune time, since I am currently stuck with my project. It’s a relatively minor point, I’ll get it sorted out tomorrow, but I think I am starting to see the limitations of ChatGPT. To me, AI has always had a kind of dreamlike quality to it. […]

  • The journey so far

    The journey so far is a little stochastic. With this project, I’m embracing my natural project management style. Of course through this entire program we’ve been taught many frameworks for project management, but to me, if they don’t come naturally then they aren’t optimized. This project breaks a lot of rules- by using ChatGPT, we […]

  • Our strategy is “ChatGPT”

    The questions posed by the prompt for this week are designed for projects done the ‘traditional way’- meaning, with a human in command, making the intelligent choices. Every other project in this course has this assumption. After all, these projects are designed to help prepare future programmers for the workforce. But as we all know, […]

  • Introduction


    Hello and welcome to my blog, where I will be documenting my CS 467 capstone project for my online bachelor’s from Oregon State. I got into computer science because I was dissatisfied with only having a foot in mechanical engineering. I wanted more options and have always been interested in computers, just needed the discipline […]

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