Fightback: Part 4 of n

Well it’s been a strange few days. I’ve been to a work capabilities assessment yesterday, and my god it was draining. Just about two and a half hours talking medical history going as in depth as we could. I think the hardest thing about it was saying certain things out loud. Such as the lack …

Fightback: Part 3 of n

It’s easy to turn around and put a brave face on life and just say “it’s all good thanks. See you later”. It’s just as easy to turn around and say it’s not good and why it isn’t. But what’s hard and where I am right now is I seem to be fighting everything. I’m …

A.I.. vs Human nature

69 years ago Alan Turing came up with the idea of the Turing test to tell when an A.I. Has intelligence indistinguishable from our own. This morning I began to think about, if enough computational power was available and the code was written, what differences would there be between machines and humans. I was first …

The paving of my road

Do you ever feel like you have so much to say and yet you just can’t find the words to say it? I’ve been trying to write this blog post for a while now but the words just won’t come. So I apologise for the bluntness of this blog, and as I do not know …

A Simple Stroll Down the Street

I want to describe to the world what it is like for me to walk down the street or have a walk through a city centre. People are generally emotional creatures. We feel the feelings of those around us, but what happens when this is a very heightened sense. What happens when this is mixed …