One of the great things about South Africa is the naturalness of the country. While one could sometimes wish for more sophistication, that is a First World problem, not a South African problem. I have been fortunate that I have … Continue reading
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“A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. A robot must obey orders given it by by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. … Continue reading
After a lengthy flight via Hong Kong and Johannesburg, I arrived at the George airport and waited patiently for my luggage – the last suitcase off the trolley, though I had already seen it, so was not concerned. Into my … Continue reading
It has been a couple of weeks since I last wrote …. mostly filled with one diploma examination after another. There was a typhoon here two weeks ago, so that weekend was mostly spent indoors, as we were warned not … Continue reading
It was welcome back to Hong Kong for me this week, with my return here for 6 weeks of examining – my first time examining here since 2014, so it was back to the Panorama Hotel again, and its view … Continue reading
I arrived into Delhi after a relaxing business class flight from Hong Kong, Quite long enough all the same to be breathing recirculated air at low pressure – and the wine offering was two red wines – one a Shiraz, … Continue reading
I set out Saturday morning to go up Table Mountain. The site showed that it was closed (wind), so I decided instead to climb up Lion’s Head, which is next door to Table Mountain. I drove in to the … Continue reading