Here's a promo for a new podcast that I launched today: Me and My AI. Join me on a journey to learn about and build an AI.
And if it isn't too much to ask, please subscribe and leave a review on iTunes.
Welcome to the very first episode of Me and My AI, the podcast in which I document two journeys:
1. Creating an AI
2. Writing a novel in which an AI is a major character
In this very first episode I talk about a course I am taking, and an interesting article that I read about AI and also, if you stick around until the end (the RUMP of the podcast) I will read an excerpt from my WIP novel.
Sorry Crowdfinders, we are on a bit of a hiatus. If you'd like to get your comic book fix, please check out my Flip Through Comic Book Reviews on YOUTUBE.
If you still want some podcasty goodness, might I recommend my other podcast. It is all about education! This week we come back from a long break to talk about equity in education.
Such a pleasure to talk to Ryan Burst, moderator of r/comicbookcollabs, one of the first people to welcome me to the indie comic world and an all around great guy with a passion for independent stories and the creators who bring them to life.
And remember people, life is BEAUTIFUL!
Such a pleasure to talk to Matt Hawkins about his Kickstarter, Golgotha, his other upcoming work and the future in general.
Check out his KICKSTARTER until Saturday, May 6th, 2017.
At the 1:18:00 mark (One hour, 18 minutes in) I will talk about a TRAGIC EVENT that's impacted me personally, and how I am unhappy with the news coverage.
If you'd prefer no politics with your comics, I'd advise you to stop listening at that point.
Such a pleasure to talk to Steven Andrews, Lorena Torres Loaiza and Miike about the Toronto Comics anthology.
Awesome to talk to Brian L. Hawkins about his experience creating the alternative history indie comic America's Kingdom. Be sure to check out his KICKSTARTER and listen past the outro music for a bonus discussion about public education.
Shout out to Brian!