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Introductory Guide to the Use of the Data Warehouse
From The Eponymous Pickle

Introductory Guide to the Use of the Data Warehouse

Hardy comprehensive, as the title suggests, but a good introductory piece on the data warehouse.  A minimum you should know when dealing with corporate data.  Non...

Internet of Medical Things
From The Eponymous Pickle

Internet of Medical Things

From the ACM, Vint Cerf talks about the current and near future state of medicine.On the Internet of Medical ThingsBy Vinton G. CerfCommunications of the ACM, August...

On the Smart Supermarket Shelf
From The Eponymous Pickle

On the Smart Supermarket Shelf

A space we did lots of work on with startups and big players.    Our innovation center tested them all.Smart Supermarket Shelves: A Shopping TransformationYuval...

Baidu and Self Driving
From The Eponymous Pickle

Baidu and Self Driving

Update on Baudu's involvement in self driving.Baidu completes its computer for self-driving carsIt'll first be used for autonomous valet parking.Jon Fingas, @jonfingas...

Science and Technology links (August 1st 2020)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (August 1st 2020)

In Japan, a large dam is being constructed almost entirely by robots. Naked mole rats are mammals that do not age in the sense that their fitness and mortalityContinue...

AR Simulation  for First Responders
From The Eponymous Pickle

AR Simulation for First Responders

An example of where AR can work best, where the specific examples are not rare, yet are relatively easy to construct in a form of simulation.AR Tool Shown to Help...

Emergence of Trust Tokens
From The Eponymous Pickle

Emergence of Trust Tokens

Google buys in, likely create more acceptance.Google’s ‘trust tokens’ are here to take cookies down a pegThe company plans to eventually phase out third-party cookies...

Fully Autonomous AI Running a Wall Street Hedge Fund
From The Eponymous Pickle

Fully Autonomous AI Running a Wall Street Hedge Fund

With a number of implications/   Interesting claim here.  The emergence of legitimate DAOs Distributed Autonomous Organizations?No humans required, the fully autonomous...

On Customization
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Customization

Thoughtful and considerable piece on product personalization.  Psychology at some level,  but also linking direct specific need to function as well as a statement...

Twitter Hacker Arrested
From Schneier on Security

Twitter Hacker Arrested

A 17-year-old Florida boy was arrested and charged with last week's Twitter hack. News articles. Boing Boing post. Florida state attorney press release. This is...

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Proteins for a Better Face Mask
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Proteins for a Better Face Mask

Researchers are synthesizing squid proteins to create a face mask that better survives cleaning. (And you thought there was no connection between squid and COVID...

Microsoft Backing from Cortana
From The Eponymous Pickle

Microsoft Backing from Cortana

Microsoft seems to continue to fall back from having Cortana  as a general assistant.  but has implied they want to tp continue it as a  productivity aid for their...

Conversing Between Soldiers, Robots
From The Eponymous Pickle

Conversing Between Soldiers, Robots

Will be interesting to see how contextual such conversation can be.  Would seem risk and embedded goals would also be important.   Following to see what more IArmy...

Data and Goliath Book Placement
From Schneier on Security

Data and Goliath Book Placement

Notice the copy of Data and Goliath just behind the head of Maine Senator Angus King. This demonstrates the importance of a vibrant color and a large font....

Bad Habit or Addiction to Technology?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bad Habit or Addiction to Technology?

A thing to look at again .... ever since gaming started we have been examining, but now its everywhere, all the time.   Examining addiction vs negative behavior...

Why Isn't AI used More?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Why Isn't AI used More?

Still narrowly defined, fear of bias claims, hype is creating a caution reaction.  Link it to other analytics.AI Is All the Rage. So Why Aren’t More BusinessesBy...

P&G Had a Good Year
From The Eponymous Pickle

P&G Had a Good Year

Would have liked to see much more detail, consult the WSJ.P&G has had a very good year in the WSJ07/30/2020Procter & Gamble posted its single biggest yearly sales...

Fake Stories in Real News Sites
From Schneier on Security

Fake Stories in Real News Sites

Fireeye is reporting that a hacking group called Ghostwriter broke into the content management systems of Eastern European news sites to plant fake stories. From...

Changing How We Teach Computer Science
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Changing How We Teach Computer Science

I haven't been blogging much lately. I'm adjusting to being retired for the most part but I have been reading and thinking a lot about teaching computer science...

Is the Pandemic Breaking AI?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Is the Pandemic Breaking AI?

This quickly came to mind in an effort underway, if an event is truly rare it has revealed less data, and current AI methods work best with lots of data.  NoteHow...
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