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DataRobot Puts The Power Of Machine Learning In The Hands Of Business Analysts

DataRobot, the Boston-based Data Science company, enables business analysts to build predictive analytics with no knowledge of Machine Learning or programming. It uses automated ML to build and deploy accurate predictive models in a short span of time.<p>DataRobot was founded in 2012 in Boston by …

Machine Learning

Gravity energy generator could revolutionise renewables | Reuters.com

Dutch inventor Janjaap Ruijssenaars has built a gravity energy generator that harnesses the force of gravity to produce a new kind of renewable energy. Matthew Stock reports.<p>▲ Hide Transcript<p>▶ View Transcript<p>Dutch inventor Janjaap Ruijssenaars has built a gravity energy generator that harnesses the …

Renewable Energy

How a Special Diet Kept the Knights Templar Fighting Fit

Silent meals, a buddy system, and wine “in moderation.”<p>Graybeards were thin on the ground in the 13th century. For even wealthy landholding males, …

Hit the road in a Vintage Porsche 911

Speed down the roads in a classic 1970s model equipped with modern electric insides. Boasting regenerative breaking, a max speed of 125 mph, and …

Crossing Your Data Science Chasm

Most companies today are shut out from realizing their data potential and insights for growth due to the inaccessibility of data science talent. This …

Machine Learning

How to make $400,000 a year writing about what you love — according to someone who's doing it

After posting my blogging income report from last year (where I made $401,681 with my blogging side hustle), I've been getting a lot of reader questions about how much money can you actually make blogging? I think blogging is the perfect side hustle because you can do it in your own time, you can …

MIT's thermal resonator generates power "out of what seems like nothing"

A brand new power-generating system from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers creates energy “out of what seems like nothing,” …

Moleskine’s latest smart pen saves your writing to download later

Moleskine has valiantly tried to bridge the divide between analog writing and digital files for years. The company released its Smart Writing Set in 2016 as a $200 holistic solution of pen, proprietary smart paper and app that instantly sent whatever you wrote or drew over to your paired device -- …

How a French 16-year-old is teaching the world to build VR headsets for $100

Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus and the inventor of arguably the most successful commercial virtual reality headset, was only 17 when he completed his first prototype for the device. Fast-forward to the present day, and Luckey is now worth roughly $750 million at the age of 25, having sold his …

Virtual Reality

Will.i.am launched an augmented reality app that brings comic book pages to life

Your comic book-loving grandpa is about to get a shock.<p>On Friday, musician and Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am released an augmented reality app that takes the pages of the graphic novel he published earlier this year and brings them to life.<p>Hold the your phone over the book and the story's …

Bitcoin's little brother Ethereum is at an all-time high

It's not only Bitcoin that's breaking records these days.<p>Now that the dust around the cancelled Bitcoin fork has settled, several other …

Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors’ Melted Uranium Fuel

FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, Japan — Four engineers hunched before a bank of monitors, one holding what looked like a game controller. They had spent a month training for what they were about to do: pilot a small robot into the contaminated heart of the ruined Fukushima nuclear …

Energy

The guy who built his own Iron Man suit now has a Guinness record

Remember that guy who built a homemade Iron Man suit? Well, with the help of his arm-strapped, gas-powered turbine engines, he just earned himself a Guinness World Record title. As <i>The Mirror</i> reports, Richard Browning and Daedalus (the name of his suit) reached flying speeds of 32.02 mph and …

World Records

Matrix PowerWatch hands-on: The promise of a world without chargers

When Matrix co-founder Douglas Tham handed me my review unit of the PowerWatch, I had to fight the instinct to ask for a charger. This thermal-powered wearable doesn't need one -- it gets energy by converting your body heat into electricity. It's been a year since I saw an early prototype of the …

Cook Multiple Things in One Instant Pot Through the Clever Use of Trivets

The Instant Pot may be a multi-cooker, but most of its functions focus on one food at a time, often to excellent results. This is fine, but you can …

Cooking

Raspberry Pi laptop teaches code with modular innards

The power and affordability of the Raspberry Pi has given rise to a new type of computer. One that goes beyond the credit-sized board, with colorful shells and displays that make it feel like a normal laptop or PC. The latest is the all-new Pi-Top, a modular laptop with a unique sliding keyboard. …

Raspberry Pi

Power Ledger's Oz-first Bitcoin IPO surges to $34m

Power Ledger, the blockchain peer-to-peer energy trading company, has scooped up $34 million from its Australian-first IPO using virtual currencies …

'Skull & Bones' takes open world online gaming to the high seas

Ubisoft Singapore just announced its next game here at E3 2017, called <i>Skull & Bones</i>. It challenges players to rise to the rank of ultimate pirate kingpin while playing with their friends and against their enemies in an online open world. During the conference, the developers showed off 5-on-5 …

Computer printers have been quietly embedding tracking codes in documents for decades

In 2004, when color printers were still somewhat novel, PCWorld magazine published an article headlined: “Government Uses Color Laser Printer Technology to Track Documents.”<p>It was one of the first news reports on a quiet practice that had been going on for 20 years. It revealed that color printers …

Surveillance

Roasted Cauliflower And Fennel Salad With Preserved Lemon Almond Dressing

• 2 medium bulbs fennel, trimmed and cut into wedges<br>• 1 small cauliflower, trimmed, leaves attached, cut into wedges<br>• 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil …

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Smart cycling glasses show data without blocking your view

You can already buy smart glasses for cycling, but they tend to have one big catch: the heads-up display partly obscures your view. That's annoying at best, and risky at worst. Everysight thinks it can do better. It's close to finishing development of Raptor, a set of augmented reality glasses that …

Cycling

This tiny digestive tracker can tell what food gives you gas

One of my favorite things to eat is cheese and egg on a bagel. But while it's delicious, let's just say that afterward we don't get along so well. Is it the egg? The cheese? I could go to the doctor and find out which and why, but the testing process is long and expensive and still might not turn …

Molecular Biology

Where to Get the Perfect Bespoke Suit: A Brief History of Savile Row

<i>Wednesday,</i> Bloomberg Pursuits <i>profiled Patrick Grant</i><i>, the owner of Savile Row's Norton & Sons. For those who want to know more, here's a primer on the</i> …

A Gorgeous 12-Sided Wooden Calendar for the Geometry Nerd in Your Life

Ric Bell has an old notebook from 2012. Inside, among other scribbles and to-do lists, is a note he penned to himself: “Post a calendar on a 12-sided …

Woodworking

NES Classic Hands-On: This Tiny Console Is 8 Bits of Awesome

After getting some hands-on time with Nintendo's tiny "NES Classic," I can finally say it: This thing plays as good as it looks. (Which is <i>good</i>.)<p>To be …

Retrogaming

Learn to Solve a Rubik's Cube in Less Than Two Minutes

Did you know there are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 ways to scramble the 54 colored squares on a Rubik’s Cube? So how do those record-holding geniuses …

Mathematics

June Oven

June Oven June Oven Pro<p>The world’s only intelligent convection oven.<p>June makes cooking faster, easier and tastier.<p>C6 Convection technology<p>June’s …

The two bakery secrets that make this babka better than the rest

In some circles, I’m acknowledged as a “Jewish baking goddess,” so it was a shock to discover that when it came to babka, I knew what I knew — but apparently there was more.<p>The classic loaf I had been teaching for years is a really good babka. But it’s not The Babka of the Hour. Babka, it should be …

Pure simplicity at the push of a button

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Batteries