Simon’s latest independent coding project involved some biology lessons! He loves the channel Primer by Justin Helps and watched his evolution series many times, studying the rules for species’ survival … Continue reading Evolving Creatures in p5.js
On Saturday morning, Simon didn’t go to the SAT examination location, although we had registered him to try taking the SAT (with great difficulties, because he is so young). In … Continue reading What Simon did instead of taking the SAT on Saturday
Simon opened up a genetic algorithm game he built about two years ago and made a fascinating discovery: one of the organisms seems to have become immortal! Simon has called … Continue reading Simon has created an “immortal” organism?
Simon’s version of the Citius Invaders game in Processing is finally working! The big bug that seemed so unsolvable (enemies endlessly crossing over) has been defeated! Siraj Raval presented this game in … Continue reading The Genetic Algorithm Game Bug Solved!
Below are the archived versions of Simon’s live streams today. The second part (starting with a genetic algorithm game in Processing/ p5.js) was an emotional roller-coaster, with the OBS software … Continue reading Live Stream 30 November. Speechjs and Citius Invaders.
Simon has been working very hard at making his version of the Citius Invaders game that Siraj Raval presented in Python during Week 9 of his “Math of Intelligence” course. … Continue reading Problem with a Genetic Algorithm Game
Today Simon spent hours watching videos and reading Daniel Shiffman’s book The Nature of Code, concentrating on more complicated matters than ever: autonomous agents and evolution (genetic algorithms). In The … Continue reading Autonomous Agents and Genetic Algorithms
“Mommy! Genetic algorithm is AI, ML and DL all at the same time! Scary information. It’s scary information for me,” Simon stares at me, a brand new Daniel Shiffman tutorial … Continue reading Genetic Algorithm