Welcome to the home of Robot Artificial!
We are a small team of technology enthusiasts who talk about artificial intelligence here. This project was born with the intention of having an online place where you can gather information about AI, in a very practical way.
We believe that AI has the power to change the world for the better… as long as we keep it non-sentient, as we have seen in some movies.
Our team is composed by a Robot that is still learning how to make a good coffee, by Rodrigo Paiva, a Computer Engineer who may or may not have a passion for Siri, and by a web platform enthusiast named Filipe Moreira, who is convinced that his cat is secretly planning to conquer the world using AI (we’re watching you, Spock).
We believe that AI is not just about making machines smarter, but about making our lives better. We are here to demystify technology and share the latest trends, breakthroughs, and even some occasional failures.
We believe that the future of AI is both exciting and a little scary, and we want to record our thoughts, analysis, and ideas with you. So whether you’re a technology professional or just a cat-curious person, join us on our journey as we explore the possibilities and pitfalls of this rapidly evolving technology.
Just remember, if you ever run into a machine revolt, it’s not our fault. We warned you about Spock.
Brought up in a gadget environment, graduated in Computer Engineering, and am passionate about digital resources. But it was in Artificial Intelligence that he dedicated his major projects. He is hardly ever without a cup of coffee in his hand. His office is a maze of monitors, wires and computer parts, but in between there is a state-of-the-art coffee machine.
I’ve been tinkering with digital platforms since before they were cool. Digital platforms have been my playground since the days of screeching modem noises. Building websites started as a hobby, evolved into a passion, and now it’s my full-time thing. And as for the idea of magical elders controlling the web? Let’s just say I’m more inclined to blame the gremlins in the code.
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