It’s been a crazy year and not surprisingly in the sudden shift in demand, and assets like Bitcoin reaching above £20,000, it’s not surprising that there’s going to be winners out of this. In 2020 56 billionaires were minted [link]. It has been established that the gap between rich and poor is increasing. There are … Continue reading The scary financial result of 2020
There’s a lot of people stressing over government strategy. However, this only really works if the basics are being covered. For instance, housing market crash caught a lot of people off guard. However, there were a few firms that saw it coming, bought insurance against it in the forms of swaps, and made a killing. … Continue reading Masks have shown us how incompetent the public is
So what’s with the NHS track and trace app? Initially the NHS decided to build their own Bluetooth mapping initially rejecting the Apple and Google track and trace [link]. Their bluetooth tech could only detect 4% of iPhones, and 75% of Android devices [link]. This cost £10 million [link]. For those who are not in … Continue reading What Happened to the NHS track and trace app?
As coronavirus goes on, we see more mistakes being made. I’m aware that mistakes happen. This is a unique time. It would be unreasonable for me to be outraged at everything that happened. There are complex decisions that have many factors influencing the outcome. For instance, when to lockdown. People don’t say in, especially if … Continue reading Why it’s Completely Incompetent for the NHS to be Using Excel to Process big Data for COVID
As a software engineer, I've been a little obsessed with data. However, I've held off telling everyone how important it is. I've been scarred with the days of when I worked in the emergency department. Every now and then a specialist would do a talk implying their field was the most important. If we had … Continue reading Data Structure is Important, Even if You’re None Technical
Does the world seem like it's burning? When you scroll through your social media, do you feel like things are getting worse? Are there times when your social media feed is filled with anger, hate and despair? Have you you felt the need, or seen another person, crusade on social media trying to stoke up … Continue reading How AI is Manipulating You
With my increased time and shift in the economy, I've taken the time to talk to more people over the phone as my readers and clinicians who follow me are coming up with tech ideas to solve problems and make money. I'm all for this. If you're not forcefully taking money off people and you're … Continue reading Tech Doesn’t Directly Translate to Value
Why am I writing this post? Whilst this post calls out some NHS workers for questionable behavior, I'm doing it because I actually care about NHS workers. For the last 8 years, the general political positions of NHS workers have failed hard. I believe it's partly because they're tone-deaf about the political situation. If I … Continue reading self-righteous greed is still greed
Unless you've been living in a cave, you'll know that the coronavirus has affected daily life. I myself have been working with PanSurg at Imperial College London collating data on the virus between work hours. I cannot stress how hard working these guys have been. Between 12-hour shifts these guys volunteer their time to work … Continue reading What’s Your Value?
Has the world gone mad? Are you repeatedly getting shocked by political and economic outcomes? Are there more and more people that are just getting further away from you in political reference points? Well, you're not alone. My social media feeds have no shortage of people freaking out and rationalizing their shock. The easiest go-to … Continue reading How to Prevent Losing Your Grip on Reality