A Casual Interpretation of the Bhagavad Gita. I quite enjoyed working on "A Casual Dao De Jing"(below) and wanted to try expanding it to some other popular texts. This one relies on LLM models a lot more since I don't know Hindi or Sanskrit at all.
A Casual Interpretation of the Dao De Jing. Although I've read some translations as well as the original text, I've found the overall approach of most interpretations to be overly serious. This project is a more casual and approachable expression of the core ideas.
Theory A is a financial intelligence platform that intuitively visualizes value investing as a way to vaccinate yourself against meme stock momentum.
It is an expression of everything I've learned about finance and value investing over the last few years and a tool I find personally very useful for investing. You can read more about it on the official substack.
This is a game that allows investors to train their intuition for position sizing.
Yowling at the Moon utilizes chatGPT's text completion model to help create Twitter style thought threads.
Each stream of thoughts can be modeled as a vector in a high dimensional space that is "dipped" into the super-saturated solution of an LLM.
Crystals grow onto the thread and auto-complete the thought, assisting the thinker in hitting the target they are aiming at.
As part of a team of 5 that won the grand prize, I created the visualization tool for the 2014 Bayes Impact Hackathon that aimed to discover hidden prostitution rings and help prevent child sex trafficking.
The prize was coffee with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, lunch with Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, and dinner at Palantir co-founder Joe Lonsdale's house.
Loosely inspired by the philosophical tone of Jed McKenna and a cat.
This project uses chatGPT to extract structured data from unstructured text using various prompting techniques. It can be viewed here.
This is a Github template I use a lot for my personal projects.
I got into frontend development because I was fascinated by how data visualization could compress information and unlock new forms of understanding. Prior to the line chart, analysts would start at spreadsheets of numbers all day. The "invention" of the line chart compressed that into a single image that could be understood at a glance.
As our world grows in complexity, I think it's more important than ever to create software tools and interfaces that empower humans to understand and make sense of the world around them.
This is a blackjack game built with AngularJS.