Category Archives: Professional Development

The Google Gemini AI Fiasco

By | February 28, 2024

[February 28, 2024]  This month, Google launched its new Gemini AI, and it was a fiasco, generating a storm of controversy about its Woke, racist, and anti-historical output.  The program generated highly inaccurate and offensive images, forcing Google to apologize. “The AI model first found itself in hot water when users found its image service was generating historically… Read More »

How I Think and the Spiderweb Approach

By | January 1, 2024

[January 1, 2024]  In Junior High School, my classmates and I were required to memorize the preamble to the U.S. Constitution, a worthy undertaking.  Despite trying hard to memorize it through many frustrating hours, I was unsuccessful.  This event symbolizes my entire education experience; rote knowledge came slowly and with torment.  I felt like I was somehow retarded.… Read More »

Leaders Had Better Be Squeaky Clean

By | December 28, 2023

[December 28, 2023]  One of the earliest articles I wrote for my blog was about leader transparency.  Titled A Few Thoughts on Leader Transparency, my core idea was that people must know that their leaders are open about their decision-making and that they provide an honest assessment of the results of their decisions.  Leaders had better be squeaky… Read More »

The Three Stooges: Ivy League Presidents

By | December 8, 2023

[December 8, 2023]  The Three Stooges, a popular slapstick comedy from 1922 to 1970, is about three guys getting into constant trouble because of their stupidity.  On Tuesday of this week, three Ivy League presidents testified in front of the U.S. Congress.  Their inept performance showed the world that they are the three stooges of this century.  Why? … Read More »