In a dramatic man versus machine encounter, AlphaGo has secured its third, decisive victory against a renowned Go player. With scientists amazed at how fast AI is developing, it’s vital that humans stay
It looks like the Gulf of Mexico didn't get the oil crash memo. U.S. oil production in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico is on the rise and on track to reach a record high in 2017, according to the
It turns out that emotional intelligence isn’t the biggest aspect of a leader’s success, based on a comprehensive big data-driven assessment recently released by Development Dimensions International (DDI).
Technology innovation moves in waves, and a big part of success for tech entrepreneurs is timing. Try to catch the wave too early, and you’ll waste a lot of effort and be out of position when it hits.
When a person's intelligence is tested, there are exams. IQ tests, general knowledge quizzes, SATs. When artificial intelligence is tested, there are games. Checkers, chess, Go. But what happens when programs
Silicon Valley has disrupted disruptive innovation, and Clayton Christensen isn’t happy about it. Christensen vaulted to rock-star status in the tech world in 1995 when he introduced the theory of disruptive
Every week, the EIA proclaims a new record for natural gas production. But their own forecasts show that the U.S. will be short on supply by October of this year. A price increase is inevitable beginning
When global markets are in turmoil, the last thing you want to hear from the person in charge of U.S. monetary policy is that she’s surprised. In testimony before Congress last week, Federal Reserve chairman
In the past, low oil prices have been seen as a boon, particularly at the gas pump. They’ve been credited with boosting economies and stirring growth. But recently oil prices have dropped so low that bells
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve’s carefully scripted decision to raise interest rates last December, and begin a return to “normal” policy, may now become a nightmare for the U.S. central bank
THE POLITICAL drama in Venezuela, where a populist, authoritarian government is attempting to cling to power despite losing a legislative election by a landslide, tends to obscure a deeper crisis. Though
New eurozone economic figures released today have shown continued, if rather sluggish growth, with significant variation between countries. Germany is in line with that: growth but not very strong. Both