Eric W. Wallace

Eric W. Wallace

Leadership in Systems & Software Development

Biography

I believe technology is meant to make our work easier: let the systems juggle data and present the best available knowledge so we can make wise decisions. We’re only just starting to imagine how Artificial Intelligence can help us with real-world problems, and I want to lead and make an impact with these innovations.

I use my influence and credibility as a leader to remind my staff of the big-picture goals, help them take ownership, and find tools and tactics that will lead to success. Then together we dig deep into the code to make something new.

Interests

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning
  • Human Languages & Linguistics

Education

  • Masters in Computer Science/Interactive Intelligence, 2020

    Georgia Institute of Technology

  • BS in Secondary Education & English, 1998

    Taylor University

  • Non-degree studies in Linguistics & American Sign Language (ASL)

    University of Southern Maine

Recent Posts

Psst! Hey buddy, you got the Windows Time?

Disclaimer: This article is now very old (in Internet years), so you are at your own risk in heeding any advice herein. Listen up, Windows domain admins: it’s imperative that you understand Windows Time.

Applying Permissions with MSI's Custom Actions

Disclaimer: This article is now very old (in Internet years), so you are at your own risk in heeding any advice herein. Microsoft has been promising for a while that they would overhaul the LockPermissions method for setting permissions within MSIs, but so far they haven’t.

Understanding COM Component Registration

Disclaimer: This article is now very old (in Internet years), so you are at your own risk in heeding any advice herein. What are COM components? COM components are binary files of compiled code that executable programs rely on to function.

Projects

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Intelligent Agent for Solving Ravens Progressive Matrices Problems

How quickly can you solve this IQ test problem? My AI agent can solve it–and many like it–in 55 milliseconds!

Automating Stock Trading Decisions with Machine Learning

For many years, chartists–also known as technical analysts in the investment industry–have scoured the stock charts to look for patterns in the trading and the indicators that the prices are about to change.

AI for Robotics

One might think that controlling a robot should be very precise: you tell it to move exactly 30cm forward and it does, right? But it never quite works out that way in the real world.

Contact

  • Portland, ME 04101
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