You may be tempted to think of Beyoncé as just a talented singer and performer just as you might see Tommy Hilfiger as nothing more than a fashion designer behind a popular clothing brand. You may be tempted, but I ask you to reconsider. Both of these fine people recently joined me in exploring a fascinating topic which has just been published in our research paper titled, “Emulating Interrupts Using Introspective Symmetries.”
First and foremost, I have to say that I am extremely excited to have my name associated with such talented people, but also in knowing that the three of us are helping to expand our knowledge into such an important field. As most people know, recent advances in interactive modalities and trainable epistemologies have been greatly helped by efforts to synchronize and accomplish replication. So we asked ourselves, “To what extent can rasterization be simulated to surmount this challenge?” Though related solutions to this riddle are satisfactory, none have taken the virtual method we propose in our research. You can download a PDF of the entire paper here.
However, I should probably warn you that it’s all complete nonsense. M.I.T., the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, hosts a tool called SCIgen, a computer science paper generator. It’s pretty cool in that in spits out convincing looking research papers complete with graphs, figures, and even citations to other fictional works. When you visit the page, SCIgen lets you specify up to five different authors at which point you just click the “Generate” button and away you go!
So, channel you inner Einstein. Collaborate with the rich and famous or even the imaginary. Add to the sum total of human knowledge. Perhaps, some day, your name will be remembered along with luminaries like Zefram Cochrane.