Eduardo Ouler RibeiroSoftware Engineer at Computer Graphics Studio 27 Inc.
Specialties: Model View Controller (MVC) Software Architecture, Algorithm analysis and design, Artificial Intelligence, 3D Engine Architecture, Game Engine Scripting and tools, Software testing and debugging, Software requirements analysis and Design, Data Structures, Software Engineering, Team product Development.
The idea for this blog was after I’ve met many interesting people in the field of technology, and businesses related.
Also articles about important people that contributed to the technology we use today.
I also wanted to contribute to things like tech magazines, and have an opportunity to interview successful people and learn from their experiences.
The name “Artificial Routine” comes from the studies of artificial intelligence, and how ideas and systems are developed to mimic human thinking, in connection and communication to system routines.
Intelligence is measured by the capability of solving a problem, the “action” of examining and detecting a problem in an execution, and analyzing if the event is a problem that needs a solution.
The first part of an intelligent decision is by gathering and observing routine tasks.
Take a routing GPS system for example, the program is constantly observing the “routine” of a vehicle in motion, if the driver takes a wrong turn, and deviates from the assigned route, the program detects and defines a “problem”, hence activating conditional operations to correct the route by recalculating the route.
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