Lately, I’m learning how to code in Python. So far I was able to complete coding a password manager in Python. This password manager can encrypt and decrypt the stored local passwords. You also need to create a master password before you can use the software. This program got a few minor bugs but it’s fully functioning. I’ve uploaded the source code to Github. Check out the source at https://github.com/aarriitt666/VPass.
One of my dreams is about exploring a programming system in which the holographic slash virtuality artificial intelligence system would become my assistant. This assistant would be out of sight and out of mind but in your face when I got stuck. One example would be assembling a futuristic software that could model all possible events that got high probability of becoming facts. Such an ambition would be out of my league for sure, and so there is no way I would know where to start. Nonetheless, the out of sight out of mind but in your face assistant would come to my rescue.
The AI suggested me to play with the event models that it had magically conjured up into my vision. Wearing a stylish futuristic glasses, I could see all of these holographic models appeared out of the thin air, but these models looked hyper realistic. In fact, the AI messed with my senses and allowed me to feel, smell, and touch the virtual models as if the virtual things I played with got more realness than the real things.
Playing around with the models for a bit, I got nowhere. The AI suggested that it could just assemble the models for me the way I would imagine it. I told the AI that I needed a system with intuitive user interface that could allow normal people to interact with when the need for calculating future events arises. Furthermore, I told the AI that the system needed to be accurate enough for real world tests such as calculating the probability of how many disasters would occur within three months. This way, I could shorten the testing time for the system.
While during the whole programming process, the AI walked me through various event models that could fit into a puzzle. Furthermore, as I played with the models, the AI suggested to me various ways that I could skin a cat and arrive at the end of the tunnel whence the light would reveal to me a first draft of so called a futuristic crystal ball. Within couple hours, I got a first rough draft of the crystal ball system. I would imagine that it could take couple hundreds, if not couple thousands people’s concerted efforts to carry out my very feat.
So called first rough draft had already allowed me twiddling by as tons of data got smashed together by the crystal ball system. The data were collected and fetched into the system by my AI assistant of course. The AI did what I told it to in plain English or Vietnamese or whatever language I could speak to it. The crystal ball system was hard at work in predicting the next three months’ disasters. Actually, it was like I only had to waste thirty seconds or so before the crystal ball system spitted out the disasters in a timeline in which I would be on the lookout for the accuracy of it all. Whatever disasters that could occur in the world within the upcoming three months time frame got projected into my vision.
I had predicted the future, and all it took me just thirty seconds or so to do so, minus the couple hours that I had to program the crystal ball system.
Back onto earth, my feet are now firming with the real ground. I don’t see this will happen anytime soon. Because, this kind of technology exists only in my imagination. For now, at least there is a virtual reality game, Loop, which allows you to deconstruct the game itself with virtual things in motion. Kind of how I have had imagined my future AI/programming system would be, but the sad thing is that Loop is only a game. In the end, you cannot really use Loop to devise a real world application. In my imaginative case, it’s a crystal ball.
Loop got one good thing going for it is that it’s more real than my imaginative AI slash programming system. Anyway, before you check what on earth is Loop about in the video right after the break, I just want to emphasize that I hope the future programmers won’t speak of coding in programming languages, because programming languages would be so outdated. Instead of speaking of programming languages, regular people of the future might just only have to interact with an AI and some holographic models for whipping up some futuristic software. Enjoy the video right after the break!
Impressive Japanese man who had coded the software and produced his own hardware parts to create a moving trashcan which will never miss from catching your flying trashes. He also incorporated Microsoft Kinect into his moving trashcan project, lending the moving trashcan the eyes to see the movements and positions of flying trashes. My sarcastic question is, can this moving trashcan catch two objects flying in opposite direction at the same time without missing from catching a thing? In such a scenario, I wonder how will this moving trashcan prioritize which object to catch first. Anyhow, check the video of the moving trashcan right after the break and be amazed.