On March 9, I was a guest on Joseph Ady’s excellent People of Portland podcast. Listen here.
This is me presenting about how better UX can help musicians, creators, and coders find their audience online and integrate with AI for more powerful, fine-tuned predictive systems.
Talk presented at the SCaLE conference in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday, March 8. Click here for the full abstract and notes.
I’ve been keeping this blog for something like five or six years. I write computer programs. I write science fiction. I develop statistical models drawing upon network theory and probability in my spare time. I am a girl. Should I say “woman”? I think cryptocurrency is really really cool. I wrote an article about Bitcoin for Hacker Noon. I wish I owned more of it.
My preferred tools are storytelling and interactive design. People give me a hard time about having too many hobbies. All I can say is that I tend to finish what I start.
For instance, here is Zappen, a working augmented reality app my last company built. We are the first, and to my knowledge, the only fully functional free software implementation of Visual Search.
Right now, I’m working on a music startup. Here are a few of my favorite bands:
If that seems like a really random list, you’re absolutely right. It is. Another day, I might come up with five entirely different bands. Check lotus.fm for updates.
Presentation is now online from my talk about ROSECODE and the Open Franchise for Creators:
The talk was selected as a Program Highlight and presented on April 28 at LinuxFest Northwest 2018 in Bellingham, Washington. Thanks for being a great audience and asking really good questions at 10:45 am on a Sunday morning!