Boston

As I am posting this, I am sitting on the MIT campus, using the MIT wireless network. A bunch of students are playing volleyball on the lawn, and the sun is shining. Boston is one of the prettiest cities I’ve ever seen. I’ve just had two productive conversations with colleagues at MIT and Harvard. The computer science building at MIT has to be seen to be believed, the architecture and geek things lying around are so nifty. Tonight I’m meeting with two German post-docs for drinks. Tomorrow, I get to see the Media Lab, a book about which was one of the first things that ever attracted me to AI. And, hello, I get to spend two days at Harvard and MIT; I’m alternating between intimated, awed, and proud. Life is good!

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