Storms, rain & drought

While UK is getting “weather-bombed” by storms, the drought affecting Kenya is now severe. I know because my maasai friends have asked for help. Image by World Economic Forum They are strong, so strong but they cannot make it…

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A Piano in the Amazon

I first met Carla Ruaro at Nidderdale High School in 2006, where she had traveled to run a music workshop and concert with the Harrogate International Festival’s “Live Music Now”. My son took part, receiving tuition from The Trio…

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Saving Samantha

I just wanted to write to Thank every single one of you who donated on the Justgiving site to help Samantha through her surgeries. That one site has raised over £3,200 so far, that will go towards the costs…

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Ecuador Youth Orchestra

Ecuador is an amazing country located on the Equator  at 0° in South America. It is known as “the middle of the world” with incredible biodiversity, from the Amazon region, the Andes, to the Galapagos Islands and much more….

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AI Crossover

Finally some connection between AVIF, AI and my position within NVIDIA. Just published is our blog on using deep learning techniques to help in the Serengeti. Of course this can port over to any national park and wildlife sanctuary…

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