Masquerade Blog

I hack my life. You should too.

11/14/17: I've always been indiscrimninately lazy. You'll never find me working on something due in a week or spreading out my workload. You'll never find me spending an excruciating amount of time to learn or understand something. I've been like this since I was a kid; I'm very impatient and hate to wait and invest much time and effort just to get a small reward.

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Predicting College Acceptance with AI

10/12/17: To "hack" my own college admissions process, I created an AI to help me predict where I could get into college! Original article on Medium with over 6 thousand claps.

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Discoloration

1/14/17: An excerpt of "Discoloration," a gold key piece submitted to the Scholastic Arts and Writing competition. (Discusses race and also uses extremely flowery language--you have been warned.)

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Modern Magic

12/17/16: The English language is scarred--everything it composes must come to an end. To tell a story that is recurring, interminable and continuous, one must look to code.

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Code Literacy

12/16/16: Chosen excerpts from "Code Literacy," a gold medalist piece submitted to the Scholastic Arts and Writing competition.

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No, AI Isn't Taking Over the World

12/15/16: Robots are becoming increasingly involved in our lives--according to billionaire Elon Musk, too involved. Musk and his friends are investing billions into researching the dangers of artificial intelligence and illuminating the deep ethical consequences of robotics, raising an important question: should robots have ethics?

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Masquerade

00/00/00: On Masquerades and balls, and all the masks around us.

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