[Day 54] Things that Mykel Kochenderfer says

Mykel Kochenderfer is my professor for the course “Building Trust in Autonomy” and he’s hilarious.

“Our policy function depends on whether our time horizon is finite or infinite. For example, if you knew that the world was going to end tomorrow, you wouldn’t just go to Tesco and buy green bananas. You would be buying the candies we had at the zoo yesterday instead.”

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[Day 54] Things that Mykel Kochenderfer says

[Day 47] Things that you find unbelievable that are true

My professor Mykel Kochenderfer wrote me this awesome email, and I thought I should share it with you.

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One little exercise that I did a while ago was to list the top ten things that I find completely unbelievable that are true. I used to keep this list in my wallet, but I can’t seem to find it anymore. Here are some of the items: Continue reading “[Day 47] Things that you find unbelievable that are true”

[Day 47] Things that you find unbelievable that are true