Tag Archives: dream

How to visit the cockpit of an airline?

Since Little Prince turned 4 years old, he has dreamed to be a pilot [1] and I am very thankful that we had several chances to visit the cockpit during some of our flights including: the first trans-ocean flight of Little Prince [2] the first flight to Europe of Little Prince; the pilots were so […]

What can we learn from Joyce Meyer?

On 20180629, at room 1 of Home@S2011, I found a book that I often read during my PhD student days. The title is New Day, New You written by Joyce Meyer. I bought it a pence short of GBP 10. Unfortunately, it has turned yellowish and moldy! Therefore, I am going to donate it away for […]

How to become an astronaut?

One of my childhood dreams was to be an astronaut. To be an astronaut, one needs to have inner strength able to function under pressure able to function outside our comfort zone have a solid STEM background have participated in expeditions e.g. Antarctica [1] have done at least 50 hours of diving at 30 meters […]

How to survive and thrive in the future where AI and VR have become ubiquitous?

Artificial intelligence (AI). AI fosters real-time image and speech recognition. Virtual reality (VR) includes “both 360-degree graphics and videos such as those for Google Cardboard and augmented reality (AR) displays in which data is overlaid on a view of the outside world.” On 20180209, I read an article entitled Countdown to the Singularity (2018-2038) (see […]

What are the desired attributes of our personal robot?

On 20170607, I dream of a personal robot to live as my good friend and maid. Since I do not want anyone or anything replaces my mother, I decided that my robot will be a male, a gentleman (it should be a gentle android). My robot: will cook my healthy breakfast and delicious dinner daily. […]

What have I learned about myself in summer 2017?

I felt that I could do better in terms of productivity and creativity in the beginning of summer 2017. As of 20170606, I still have the remaining of summer 2017. It’s no use crying over spilled milk (复水难收), but I could focus on the upcoming days and weeks. Nevertheless, the past period of doing nothing […]

Why must we imagine?

Little children love to imagine. As grown-ups, we must not forget this natural talent, instead we must nurture our ability to imagine and support it with everything that we have experienced and learned, so that our pro-life, pro-advancement imaginations will be realizations. “Anything one man can imagine, other men can make real.” ~ Jules Verne, […]