Author: Dirk Riehle
Demonstration that Chat GPT is human
Or stupid. Probably both. Enough anthropomorphizing already.
Activities vs. phases
Clarity in writing is essential for successful scientific communication. A pet peeve of mine is the confusion between activity and phase, when discussing about any process, but specifically research processes based on design science. An activity is something that you do. You applied a method. You searched the web. You went for a walk. A […]
To review or not to review
I previously reported about a bogus review for a journal submission of ours. The submission had been rejected partly or fully based on a review that obviously had nothing to do with our paper but must have been reused from before. I had complained to the editor, but I had not got any answers for […]
Creating a ROS 2 distribution [Upcoming talk]
I’ll be giving a (somewhat unusual) talk about a new project I’m interested in. The talk will be held at UCSC (California Bay Area) second week of January and UQAM (Montreal) third week of January. HMU for details if you are are interested.
Inner-source software development [Upcoming talk]
I’ll be giving a talk on our inner source research at Concordia and McGill (both located in Montreal) third week of January. HMU for details if you are interested.
Fixing scientific language using chat AIs
I wanted to know whether a chat AI like ChatGPT would help my students and me improve scientific writing (not every Ph.D. student is born with superior language skills). So I asked.