Today, I’m diving into something that’s both super cool and a bit nerdy – neural networks and deep learning. Hang on, before you think I’ve gone full tech-geek on you, let me explain why this stuff is actually pretty exciting for us writers. I’m currently working on the next Project StrikeForce book, and guess what’s playing a huge role? AI! And, in this post, I’m going to discuss how AI
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In the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI), machines have made significant strides in mimicking human intelligence and understanding. Chatbots have become prominent conversational agents among various AI applications, with ChatGPT leading the pack. Understanding the concept of immutable truths and their crucial role in shaping the development of unbiased AI systems is imperative. Understanding Immutable Truths: Immutable truths are fundamental principles or facts that are unchangeable, regardless of
The simple reason is that I’ve been concentrating on my day job. The longer explanation is that I’ve been learning about AI, neural networking, and generative pre-trained transformers. I’m especially interested in the concepts of objective immutable truths, subjective immutable truths, and how to maintain “truthiness” over many natural language models. The StrikeForce books have always been a bit of Elmore Leonard, a dash of modern technothriller, an homage to
I find this highly amusing. Here is what the Bing AI said: Based on the search results, one author who seems to be most similar to Kevin Lee Swaim is Lee Child. Both authors write about ex-military officers who embark on different adventures and face various enemies and challenges. Both authors also use suspenseful and action-packed plots, realistic and complex characters, and descriptive and vivid language to create engaging and
Happy Thanksgiving! I’m roughly 10k words into the new Project StrikeForce novel, Pandora’s Box. I’ve already scrapped about 15k words. The plot has shifted and evolved until it’s something completely different than what I started with. I’ve had this happen before, but never this badly. On the positive side, I’m back to hitting my word count. For all of you who wondered about the special relationship a writer has with
I’m working on the new StrikeForce book today. But, I’m also wondering how it came to this? How did our country become so divided? Even though I write books that contain a sometimes surprising amount of violence, I truly believe that violence is rarely the answer. I believe that people are inherently good and that given enough time we will collectively rise up from the ignorance and brutality that has
Near Dark is finally available at Amazon.
Near Dark is finally finished! It’s been sent to my beta readers and it’s almost ready to send to my editor. Cover art should be finished in the next few days. It’s been a long time coming, but Lord willing and the creek don’t rise, Near Dark will go up for pre-sale in the next week. I’m ready to start Project StrikeForce number five.
In addition to the 1st and 4th StrikeForce books being free on all retailers, I’ve also dropped the prices on the 2nd and 3rd books. Hopefully people looking for cheap entertainment will give them a try. Given how much everyone is suffering right now, it’s the least I can do. Stay safe out there, folks. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, try reading a book. Your imagination is the best part of