The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt. The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Let’s see, we have a company that already knows everything about us, has possibly the world’s largest computer network, has recently built one of the biggest artificial-intelligence teams in the world–a
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Ask anyone in business if they've heard of big data, and by now, the answer is probably yes. For the majority of 2013, big data dominated
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His vision was eccentric and, in some ways, remarkably accurate. Tragic as it may be, many of the world's most prodigious minds fail to see their visions of the future vindicated. Hell, Nikola Tesla laid
As one of Google’s highest-ranking women, Marissa Mayer became a Silicon Valley superstar, but inside the search giant her dazzle sometimes wore thin, with colleagues rebelling against her imperious style.
Living and working with purpose is a process of self-discovery--and one most of us never let ourselves undergo. "The deepest form of despair is to choose to be another than himself." Soren Kierkegaard
While R has traditionally been the programming language of choice for data scientists, it is quickly ceding ground to Python. While there are several reasons for the shift, perhaps the biggest one is Python
An unsettling classroom experience near the start of his second year in the Stanford Graduate School of Business MBA Program caused a personal crisis for Shirzad Chamine and led him to the work he’s doing
In late July, news broke that Flud, the social news reader for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, was headed to the deadpool. Startup failure is an all-too familiar, even cliche, story in Silicon Valley.
“The future is already here, it’s just not very evenly distributed”, William Gibson famously said. But, with 20 billion connected devices and 6.5 billion network users by 2020, Gibson’s optimism might