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Hey, I'm Danijar Hafner,

a German undergraduate with strong interest in developing complex computer systems and robotics. My further technical interests are Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science and Computer Vision. Currently, I am coding an open source video game but I like creating new things in general.

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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
31
awarded  Scholar
Dec
31
accepted Are connections in the human brain directed?
Dec
30
awarded  Student
Dec
30
comment Why is “breaking a car” considered a sort of therapy?
Committing a crime normally causes higher adrenaline release that makes you focus the current moment. I think this can temporarily distract people from problems.
Dec
30
comment Why do humans enjoy watching things they pine to experience and possess?
I guess watching a movie affects same brain processes than a real experience, to some extend. So reward center fires.
Dec
30
comment Why do programmers work at night?
Interesting question. This could depend on outer circumstances instead of being a biological phenomena though. For example, night is is much more distraction free from a sociological perspective.
Dec
30
asked Are connections in the human brain directed?
Jun
28
comment Why is it easier to remember the correct response for problems with many options rather than just two?
In general more complex informations are often learned actively but simple daily informations not.
Jun
28
comment Why is it easier to remember the correct response for problems with many options rather than just two?
It is a wrong impression. You remember your pin best because you actively learned it. You did that because you will have a problem if you forget it. The on or off position of your light switch isn't important because it takes you only 1 sec to try it out.
Jun
28
awarded  Supporter