Welcome to Polymath Playground
Where Curiosity Meets Mastery: A Place for Lifelong Learners
Happy Friday, folks!
Hello and welcome to Polymath Playground, the crossroads of learning, innovation, and growth! I’m excited to announce that the previously known as “Jason’s Brief” blog has been rebranded to “Polymath Playground.” This new name manifests my desire to create a more inclusive space for learners from all backgrounds and areas of expertise. So, welcome to Polymath Playground – a sandbox where curiosity, diversity, and fun come together!
Why Polymath Playground?
Polymath Playground is a blackboard I doodle and write about my personal experience, a playground where we can embrace our inner child, and an intangible universe where we learn through play and tackle serious topics with a lighthearted and playful flavor. I hope it is an informative space for open discussion, collaboration, and camaraderie.
Polymath Playground’s Core Focus Areas:
Technology: Dive into the world of technology, particularly Artificial Intelligence and blockchain. From cutting-edge research to real-world applications, I’ll navigate the ever-evolving landscape of these transformative technologies. Related posts:
Politics, Law, and Market Regulation: Stay informed on the latest developments in law and market regulation that impact businesses, professionals, and consumers. Currently, I’m focused on payment, stablecoins, and crypto regulation. Here is a related post:
Personal Growth: Join me on a journey of self-improvement and lifelong learning. Here I will share my personal insights on computer science, programming, psychology, and more. A related post:
Here, we can face uncertain, known, and unknown challenges as we journey forward. So, if you find any interesting topics, I invite you to play at Polymath Playground.
A few featured points:
A study involving four participants suggests that AI potentially sees what you see through your brain waves:
Despite the stress in banking, the Fed raised interest rates a quarter-point again this week.
Swiss bank UBS will acquire its competitor Credit Suisse for over $3 billion. The controversy is that Credit Suisse shareholders will receive a share of the takeover, whereas AT1 bondholders won’t get a penny due to the Swiss regulator’s decision to wipe out $17bn AT1 bonds in the Credit Suisse deal.
Binance’s spot trading had been shut down for a short period at the time of writing, but by the time of publication, the system is expected to be back up soon.
One Question This Week:
Have you ever tried to solve a serious problem with a lighthearted and playful attitude?
Stay safe and sharp,
Disclaimer: Not legal advice. You can see the full disclaimer & disclosure here.
Credit: Originating from my ideas and thoughts, this Brief was reviewed and edited by GPT-4.