Projects and talks

Here are a number of explanatory guides which I wrote before starting this blog.
Here are some programming projects I've done.
  • A Sudoku solver in Python, with TKinter GUI, written to explore concepts in Oxford's Intelligent Systems course. Uses backtracking search with forward checking, arc consistency and minimum remaining variables heuristic.
  • A regular expression and finite automaton converter, written to explore concepts in Oxford's Models of Computation course. Currently supports parsing regular expressions, conversion to NFAs and DFAs, and operations such as union, complement, equality testing, etc. More detail here.
Here are slides for some talks I gave at the Cambridge AI safety discussion group.

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