Recently a study on theories of interest has been all over internet. The study by Yale-NUS and Stanford examined implicit theories of interest, fixed theory and growth theory. Here is what the paper says and my take on them. Continue reading
Dinner Delivery Cleanup Problem – Problem Setup
A company offers dinner for its employees who are working late. The dinner is ordered via delivery.
One day, the admin noticed that the plastic bag for packing and extra condiments were not thrown away after people have taken their food. Continue reading
Reflecting on 2016
A lot of things happened this year. Internship, CS3216 and Donald Trump. Continue reading
Recently I wrote a review for CS3216. In that post, I briefly touched on the issue of team formation where sub-optimal teams can be formed due to incomplete information and lack of communication. In this post I will explore further on the topic of Game Theory in Project Team Formation, using concepts of Nash Equilibrium and Pareto Optimal. This also serves as a nice example of game theory application in real life.
App versus bot
Recently there has been a growing discussion on where the tech industry is headed towards. Together hypes of AI, bots seem to in the spotlight, and the immediate battle would be app versus bot. So what’s the difference between apps and bots and will bots dominate the future? Continue reading