Mr. Nick R.
Bachelor in Philosophy/Linguistics · specializes in AI, Linguistics · 22-30 years old male
"Hello. If you haven't read about my education and qualifications, please do. So, I guess this is supposed to be a section about me. I hope that I can raise enough interest in you to contact me in this section, but I'm afraid that I can't spend too much time on this. I work 12 hour shifts 4 days a week as a Data Scientist (a profession that has approximately 100 job openings for every more...
"Hello. If you haven't read about my education and qualifications, please do. So, I guess this is supposed to be a section about me. I hope that I can raise enough interest in you to contact me in this section, but I'm afraid that I can't spend too much time on this. I work 12 hour shifts 4 days a week as a Data Scientist (a profession that has approximately 100 job openings for every applicant). I get contacted daily about participating in conferences, job interviews, and people seeking my wisdom on various topics. By this point, you may think that I'm pretty boring, but I'm not. I'm just a person who has an insatiable drive to educate myself as well as others. The contributions I have made to science (biology, philosophy, computer science, linguistics, AI, cognitive science, and psychology) are, in my opinion, nothing short of amazing. My work is constantly being cited and taught in universities all around the world by (as I mentioned in my qualifications) some of the worlds most highly respected intellectuals. I'm fully aware of the scope and limits of cognition, and, because of that, I have a pretty clever method of training others. Please contact me if you are interested." less...
||$45 (for 60 min), negotiable
||in-person and online
||2 years and 12 months
||Noam Chomsky, Ray Kurzweil, and other intellectuals who probably also know me by name.
Education and Qualifications
I'm a specialist in AI, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Computational Neuroscience, Statistics, Computational Linguistics, Philosophy of Mind, and Philosophy of language. I do a lot of experimentation in these subjects with Python both as a professions and as a hobby.
Here is a list of my interests and an approximation of the amount of hours I have spent researching them-
Computational Cognitive Science. >10,000 hours
Linguistics. >10,000 hours
Knowledge acquisition. > 10,000 hours
Machine Learning. > 10,000 hours
Pattern Recognition. > 10,000 hours
Game Theory (particularly the one that was proposed by Erik Von Markovic, aka Mystery as in The Mystery Method). ~ 1,000 hours
Ethics. (Hours are irrelevant; ethics is a continuous learning experience)
Philosophy of Mind. > 10,000 hours
Philosophy of Language. > 10,000 hours
The intellectuals that I feel relatively certain that I have influenced and spoke with are listed below.
Intellectual | Confidence in Interlocution with the Intellectual | Confidence in my Influence in the ideology of the intellectual
Noam Chomsky | 100% | 100%
John Searle | 90% | 0%
Sam Harris | 50% | 100%
Stuart Hammerhoff | 50% | 70%
Leonard Susskind | 30% | 100%
Ray Kurzweil | 10% | 100%
Stephen Hawking | 90% | 10%
Daniel Dennett | 70% | 99%
Nick Enfield | 5% | 100%
Steven Pinker | 80% | 10%
Roger Penrose | 70% | 70%
Lawrence Krauss | 10% | 45%
Michio Kaku | 40% | 100%
Marvin Minsky | 5% | 100%
Here's some statistics on my online participation.
On one website dealing with science, I have a total of 64,939 views and 1,522 replies on the topics that I have authored alone. I have 6,878 profile views and 951 active posts on that website alone as well. My personal inbox on another website has needed to be deleted several times because of how much information I have exchanged with politicians and political consultants (we typically speak over PM because of the sensitivity of the information that I know). If I count all the topics that I've participated in (on one particular science website), the views probably exceed 150,000 and the replies easily exceed 4,000. Since the first website that I've participated in up to this point, with all of the topics that I've authored and started by myself, I estimate (and this is a conservative estimate) that my work has been viewed over 200,000 times and has easily received over 6,000 replies.
I've published three books on political science and protocol, game theory, the risks of being involved in intellectual communities, and have had my work cited in the journal for the american academy of science, the journal of cognitive science, and countless linguistics and AI textbooks.