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Marcus Low
Attends University of Adelaide
Lives in Simpang Bedok, Singapore
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This is some serious cracking. Ingenious though. But evil.
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Handmade Nexus 5 bumper case.
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FYI for all Nexus 5 owners/devs:
The new ART runtime doesn't play nice with all apps. Whatsapp, Camera and Maps all keep FC-ing after the switch or cannot be installed at all (unknown error code "-24")
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Marcus, did you ever get ART to work with WhatsApp? 
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My new... uh.. Bumper Case.
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Paint it white, put the letter i on it and sell this $39,95 to apple user.
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The problem with the search for AI is that most "highly educated" AI scientists only speak one language, and so are limited by their understanding of context to that language. 

Knowledge is the contextual awareness of meaning within a context which is also subject to another contextual awareness which also is. Until scientists remove the language assumption, AI will go nowhere.
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"Dei, makan or tapao?" 
100% Singaporean with large appreciation for Korean culture. I like game sports, computer games, and classical music, as well as K-pop.

I really want to snowboard more often, although Singapore has no snow whatsoever at any time of the year.
Education
  • University of Adelaide
    Computer Science, 2012 - present
  • Temasek Secondary School
    O' Levels, 2002 - 2005
  • Temasek Polytechnic
    Diploma in Integrated Facility Design & Management, 2006 - 2009
  • Temasek Primary School
    PSLE, 1996 - 2001
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