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Holiday Shopper Research
From The Eponymous Pickle

Holiday Shopper Research

Shopping never sleeps  More from Google retail. With statistics and visuals.  " ... This holiday shopping season will be our most connected ever, with devices at...

Adapting with Speed
From The Eponymous Pickle

Adapting with Speed

Adapting with speed: How agile selling organizations win in a demanding environmentAdapting with speed in a rapidly changing CPG marketplace Winning CPG companies...

Innovation by Kraft
From The Eponymous Pickle

Innovation by Kraft

A fairly detailed piece on a focused and deliberate drive to innovation by Kraft.   " ... Kraft Foods is aiming for "white space" innovation, which looks for new...

Coke Freestyle Gets Personal
From The Eponymous Pickle

Coke Freestyle Gets Personal

Saw some early ideas for delivering this.  Makes a lot of sense to personalize the sometimes complex interaction.  Plan to test. " ... Building on its legacy as...

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NIH invests $32 million for Biomedical Big Data

The National Institute of Health (NIH) has announced an initial investment of nearly $32 million for NIH’s Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative which is projected...

Analytics Unleashed Meeting
From The Eponymous Pickle

Analytics Unleashed Meeting

Saw this late, but there will be an event at Wright State University this Thursday. Analytics Unleashed.  I plan to be there." ... Join the Raj Soin College ofThursday...

Toshiba Embedded Glasses Display
From The Eponymous Pickle

Toshiba Embedded Glasses Display

Another example of a head mounted display, competing with Google Glass.  More wearable tech. "  ... Called Toshiba Glass, they have a tiny, lightweight projector...

Surveillance in Schools
From Schneier on Security

Surveillance in Schools

This essay, "Grooming students for a lifetime of surveillance," talks about the general trends in student surveillance. Related: essay on the need for student privacy...

XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students
From XRDS

XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students


Do no evil in research
From XRDS

Do no evil in research

Inbal Talgam-Cohen, Sean Follmer

Diverse responses to our diversty issue
From XRDS

Diverse responses to our diversty issue

XRDS Staff

New directions in language processing
From XRDS

New directions in language processing

Adrian Scoică, Daniel Bauer

Technology for talking
From XRDS

Technology for talking

Jay Patel

From zero to excellence
From XRDS

From zero to excellence

Claudia Schulz

A call for passion
From XRDS

A call for passion

Oded Green, Yoav Green

Successfully transitioning from academia to entrepreneurship
From XRDS

Successfully transitioning from academia to entrepreneurship

Farnaz Ronaghi

Why to get involved in the open source community?
From XRDS

Why to get involved in the open source community?

Maria Kechagia

The geometric origins of spectral graph theory
From XRDS

The geometric origins of spectral graph theory

Olivia Simpson

Talking to computers in natural language
From XRDS

Talking to computers in natural language

Percy LiangNatural language understanding is as old as computing itself, but recent advances in machine learning and the rising demand of natural-language interfaces...

To err is human, to correct is divine
From XRDS

To err is human, to correct is divine

Mariano Felice, Zheng YuanTechnology has made language learning a more interactive and enjoyable experience, but it has never been smart enough to replace human...
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Satya Nadella and Grace Hopper
Satya Nadella and Grace Hopper
10.16.2014

Thoughts about Satya Nadella's comments at the Grace Hopper Conference.

Anyone Can Learn Programming: Teaching > Genetics
Anyone Can Learn Programming: Teaching > Genetics
10.14.2014

Way more important than the question "Is P==NP?" is the question, "Is teaching greater than genetics?"

I Have Seen the Future…
I Have Seen the Future…
10.15.2014

…At the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, and the future of computing is women.

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