First applications focus on predictive maintenance for valves, gas production equipment By Steven Norton Steven Norton The Wall Street Journal Biography @steven_norton firstname.lastname@example.org Royal Dutch
For all the buzz that biometric facial recognition authentication technologies have generated, it is important to recognize that the technology is still in its relative infancy. This is important because
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recently developed a neural network that predicts, with a relatively high level of accuracy, the likelihood a person has a cognitive impairment.
Facebook would claim they know what’s going on at the micro level … But what happens at the level of the population? Neil Johnson You have all these pieces of code running on people’s iPhones, and collectively
Scientists have used machine learning to calculate the pattern of aftershocks following an earthquake. Aftershocks are further quakes that follow the "main shock". They are by definition smaller, but not
D on’t you hate those moments when you are standing in front of a mirror in a clothing store’s fitting room, trying on a new outfit, with multiple thoughts rushing through your head: Is this still in Where
In “The Adventure of the Silver Blaze,” Sherlock Holmes famously solved a case not by discovering a clue–but by noting its absence. In that case, it was a dog that didn’t bark, and that lack of barking
By now I'm assuming we all have a fundamental understanding of what Bitcoin is: digital money regulated and distributed with encryption techniques, stored on a ledger independent of a centralised bank.
Whenever a professional sector faces new technology, questions arise regarding how that technology will disrupt daily operations and the careers of those who choose that profession. And lawyers and the