I use the “digital darkroom” to spin my imagination into reality. Having spent many years using my photographic and digital skills in the commercial world I am now seriously pursuing my lifelong dream of applying this creativity to the visual arts. My work has been juried into The Art of Digital shows in San Diego.
On this website I will (eventually) be showing all of my work that is available for sale plus my rants.
I am active in many fields and, as a result, feel I have something to say. I will be espousing these thoughts in my Blog so please subscribe to my blog's RSS so you can be one of my followers.
Most of my art is available in custom formats such as large gallery-wrapped canvas, standard canvas for framing and large-format matte or glossy prints. Each print will be hand-signed by me (unsigned by special request) and are guaranteed lifetime fade-free. All prints 16 x 20 and larger are limited editions. As I recognize that you have not seen the print prior to purchase, I will refund you fully and without questions for any print returned in new condition within 30 days of its shipment to you.
Submitted by David Crellen on Sat, 2016-06-25 13:50
The US government is pondering requiring autonomous, self driving vehicles to incorporate in altruistic algorithm that would make life or death calculations to kill the fewest people possible in an anticipated accident. The decision could be to sacrifice the vehicle's occupants in order to save more pedestrians in jeopardy.
What about the vehicle that is built with a latest self-learning smart computer? (Named Dave?) Could this computer's brain evolve a self-preservation instinct and countermand the government's altruistic algorithm?
Submitted by David Crellen on Tue, 2016-03-15 14:13
In his recent blog in Apple Insider, Daniel Eran Dilger explains the reality of encryption: "Real encryption means that the data is absolutely scrambled, the same way that a paper shredder absolutely obliterates documents".
Imagine a future headline: "In addition to the recently enacted law requiring all softw ...