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October 11th, 2014
The inherent problem with algorithms whether they are based on neural networks, genetic algorithms, knowledge discovery systems or any other type of pattern recognition software is the paradox in automated pattern discovery systems in extracting rand...
May 13th, 2014
This film should be screened in every school, college, and university especially to those less privileged students around the world in places such as India, China, Russia, and Africa in fact universally made available to all students rich and poor. I...
September 27th, 2013
This is a true story, which happened to me several years ago now. In a way it’s a bit like one of those stories you would expect under “the tales of the unexpected” the TV series. But, with one thing missing, it’s not a creepy or a frightening story....
May 15th, 2012
This is a watercolour of Woolacombe, North Devon. I painted two watercolours that afternoon as a watched the busy shore. I like to get out as much as possible and will often paint outdoors. I remember the first time I painted outdoors; I purposely ch...
May 1st, 2012
And here is another watercolour painted by my dad Harry Fox. This watercolour is of the Johanna shipwreck of the coast of Hartland, Devon. The painting is titled “Johanna.” Both these watercolours I have kept to remind me how my dad produced these wi...
May 1st, 2012
I thought I would include a picture painted by my dad – Harry Fox. He was showing me how to paint a winter scene. This watercolour was produced in under a few minutes. I named the painting “snowy morning.”
April 15th, 2012
Sometimes it’s hard to keep the momentum going when you live with being bipolar. But that said, I still enjoy my creative moments. The hardest thing sometimes is keeping that momentum which inspires you to create new art. Being an author I find writi...