Category Archives: Weird experiments

Using Stable Diffusion to create images for a presentation

Have you heard about text-to-image models like DALL-E 2, Stable Diffusion and MidJourney? These are AI algorithms that take in text (the “prompt”) that describes what kind of picture you want as input and as output the algorithm creates that … Continue reading

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First experiments with the OAK-D Lite

Last week my OAK-D Lite from Luxonis arrived. I can imagine you’ve never heard from it. Basically it is a camera that can do all kinds of AI tasks on the device itself. I got mine via Kickstarter. And where … Continue reading

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I tried Lion’s Mane as a cognitive enhancer. Here are my experiences with it.

TL;DR I tried Lion’s Mane from Four Sigmatic, which is branded as a cognitive enhancer. I’ve used it while studying Deep Neural Networks, amongst other things. I’ve done alternate weeks with and without Lion’s Mane and in my experience the … Continue reading

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