According to the BBC journalist who contacted me “the story will be up on the website from first thing on Friday morning and there should also be a piece on Reporting Scotland tomorrow night.”
So check it out on BBC Scotland tomorrow at 18:30 … obviously if you’re living in Scotland that is; maybe they’ll do a BBC iPlayer kind of thing too, I dunno.
The story is now on the BBC News Scotland website: The computer that predicted the future, although the link to my blog is currently broken — I’m sure the BBC Web boffins will fix that soon though.
This is what JIIG-CAL suggested that I should spend my life doing:
- Statistician (8/10) – Skills: logical, numerical ability, good self-expression, co-operative
- Occupational Therapist (8/10) – Skills: good organiser, resourcefulness, sympathetic, good with your hands
- Youth & Community Worker (8/10) – Skills: outgoing personality, good organiser, energy, tolerant
- Social Worker – Fieldwork (8/10) – Skills: sympathetic, pleasant manner, able to inspire confidence, patience
- Assistant Prison Governor (8/10) – Skills: able to understand other people’s problems, leadership, good administrator, able to discipline
- Mathematician (8/10) – Skills: good concentration, logical, analytical, good self-expression
- Probation Officer (England/Wales) (8/10) – Skills: able to inspire confidence, perseverence, resilience, sympathetic
- Social Worker – Residential (8/10) – Skills: able to inspire confidence, perseverence, resilience, sympathetic
- Insurance Underwriter (8/10) – Skills: sound judgement, honesty, able to take responsibility, accuracy
- Physicist (7/10) – Skills: scientific approach, numerical ability, good reasoning power, accuracy