Hello - my name is Griffin Wright and I am a 2nd year graduate student at The University of Michigan, and will graduate with a MSE at the end of April 2012. I am in the department of Computer Science Engineering within the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the College of Engineering.

I currently work on Toyota-funded research on reliability and fault tolerance, and work as a member of the Compilers Creating Custom Processors research group within The Advanced Computer Architecture Laboratory here at UM. For further information, please see the Research link at the top of this page.

Is your attention here?
If you are reading this, then it's obvious that you attention is here. If we take the contradiction at hand, if you are not reading this, there your attention is not here. And now the vice-versa of the contradiction - If your attention is not here, then you are not reading this. I think the last statement would be considered very weak and vague in an Artificial Intelligence class, and the neural networks will have a tough time learning from such statements. Oh well.