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How brand new science will manage the fourth industrial revolution

It's about artificial intelligence, data, and things like quantum computing and nanotechnology. Australian National University's 3A Institute is …

Artificial Intelligence


I honestly always find the term ‘spinster’ as referring to an elderly, never-married woman as funny because you know what?<p>Wool was a <i>huge</i> industry in Europe in the middle ages. It was hugely in demand, particularly broadcloth, and was a valuable trade good. A great deal of wool was owned by monasteries and landed gentry who owned the land.<p>And, well, the only way to spin wool into yarn to make broadcloth was by hand.<p>This was viewed as a feminine occupation, and below the dignity of the monks and …

China Internet Report

At a Glance:<b><br>China vs. U.S. Internet</b><p>Although China’s internet penetration is just over 50%, its sheer scale means that there are 3x the number of …


First geospatial industry centre in Southeast Asia launches in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Food delivery apps, ride-hailing firms and drone-flight programming platforms all have one thing in common: They use geospatial …

Are you scared yet? Meet Norman, the psychopathic AI

<b>Norman is an algorithm trained to understand pictures but, like its namesake Hitchcock's Norman Bates, it does not have an optimistic view of the world.</b><p>When a "normal" algorithm generated by artificial intelligence is asked what it sees in an abstract shape it chooses something cheery: "A group of …

joonhyunq:when it’s all finished, come home. hmm?

when it’s all finished, <b>come home.</b> hmm?

Beijing police are using facial-recognition glasses to identify car passengers and number plates

Police on the outskirts of Beijing are using facial-recognition glasses that can identify passengers and car number plates within milliseconds.<p>The smart glasses were first tested in Beijing at a highway checkpoint last week, according to Reuters.<p>Powered by artificial intelligence, the eyewear …


Artificial intelligence can make power firms more efficient: Consultancy

FRANKFURT: Utilities can increase their efficiency by using more artificial intelligence (AI) technology, such as software to predict demand swings …

Design Better Charts in PowerPoint Class on Skillshare

This week I launched my first class on the Skillshare platform. Data Visualization: Design Better Charts in PowerPoint is a 10-lesson class covering …

dancerkai94:“What should I do? When I look at you like this, you’re prettier.”

Chinese capital dangles carrots to lure foreign talent to its Silicon Valley

BEIJING: Beijing, a major hub for artificial intelligence (AI) and semiconductors in China, is touting a new list of incentives to try and bait …

Facebook launches US$10 million community leader awards

LONDON: Facebook launched a community leadership programme on Friday that will award US$10 million in total to more than 100 people who have …

If we will keep God at the center of our hearts, we can be assured that no matter what happens to us, no matter what life throws at us ... God will bring about His intended end for our lives. And His intended end is always good. #chcsg https://t.co/OelhIHOPMG

Malaysia tech firm Efficient launches regional service to curb cybercrime

KUALA LUMPUR - Efforts to curb cybercrime such as data theft or hacks will need crossborder expertise, according to Malaysian technology firm …

itscolossal:Omoshiro Block: A Paper Memo Pad That Excavates Objects as It Gets Used


the dream.


112 Bomb Ways To Eat Potatoes

Taters gonna tate.<p>From Delish


<b>Autumn Photographer</b> aesthetic


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10 ways design thinking can help you raise resourceful kids

By Phyllis L. Fagell<p>When my son Ben was young, he only ate white food. Spaghetti, bread and popcorn all made the cut; broccoli and peppers, not so much. I couldn’t let it go. I formed spinach into “Shrek pancakes,” told him Batman loved peas and challenged him to string bean eating contests. I knew …




This South Korean tech start-up hires only seniors over 55, to prove a point

SEOUL: In the office of one of Seoul’s young tech companies, workers click away at a frantic pace, eyes glued to the screen, with gamer-like …