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A Problem with Google's Open Usage Commons
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A Problem with Google's Open Usage Commons

IBM Suggests there is a Problem:IBM has a problem with Google’s Open Usage CommonsThe ties between the Open Usage Commons and Google may be too strong and clear...

SAS And Microsoft Azure
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SAS And Microsoft Azure

Intriguing to see the linking of Azure and SAS.  Some particularly novel sample problems.3 world-changing examples of SAS® on Azure   by  Oliver SchabenBergerLast...

Bio-Ink for 3D Printing Inside the Body
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Bio-Ink for 3D Printing Inside the Body

Quite a remarkable possibility when linked to medical robotics.Bio-Ink for 3D Printing Inside the BodyIEEE SpectrumCharles Q. ChoiJuly 1, 2020Researchers at The...

Tesla Close to Level 5
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Tesla Close to Level 5

The legendary level 5 means completely autonomous, no driver input.   Once we get that level there is likely to be an explosion of data to gather, and answering...

A New Kind of Open Source:  Open Commons
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A New Kind of Open Source: Open Commons

Google Open Usage Commons.   Considering this, there will be more to follow.  Thoughts?Announcing a new kind of open source organizationWednesday, July 8, 2020Google...

Recorded Webinar:  Opportunity Marketplaces
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Recorded Webinar: Opportunity Marketplaces

Brought to my attention by Michael Schrage, a correspondent at MIT:Organizations constrained to offer workers financial incentives might consider a new approach...

Testing Robotic Lab Assistants
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Testing Robotic Lab Assistants

Robotic Lab assistants are being tested broadly, here some initial results.Robotic lab assistant is 1,000 times faster at conducting researchWorking 22 hours aJames...

Google Earth:  15 Years and Still Mapping
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Google Earth: 15 Years and Still Mapping

Been a fan since the very beginning.  Used it at work.  It has replaced very messy geography.  The ability to answer geographic questions visually very quickly....

Teams Improving Capabilities with Cortana, Stadium Seating
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Teams Improving Capabilities with Cortana, Stadium Seating

Teams adds group meeting features.   More competition putting together useful capabilities for group remote meetings.   Transcripts.    Like to see what kind of...

How Have People Responded to Pandemic?
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How Have People Responded to Pandemic?

Fascinating piece, recall using data from 'discovered' cameras to determine  city walking traffic patterns.   Also using data from public cameras, with scrubbed...

New Lab to Tackle Ethical Implications of Tech
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New Lab to Tackle Ethical Implications of Tech

Another effort in the space.   Good to have multiple efforts addressing this problem to get competing analyses and solutions.Notre Dame, IBM Launch Tech EthicsNotre...

AI gets a Poor grade of B- in Covid-19 Fight
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AI gets a Poor grade of B- in Covid-19 Fight

A look about how AI is helping with vaccine development efforts. Sounds like a reasonable criticism, mainly that the event is too novel to learn from.   But isKai...

Biomimicry for Regenerative Medicine
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Biomimicry for Regenerative Medicine

Could the cells in these simple worms point towards a mechanism for regeneration of organs in humans?  Considerable,  non technical article with links to more ....

IBM to Buy WDG Automation
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IBM to Buy WDG Automation

IBM linking process to detect AI opportunities to approaches like RPA.   And they already have integrated BPL capabilities.  WDG Automation is in the process of...

Walmart+  vs Amazon Prime
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Walmart+ vs Amazon Prime

Good expert comments on the just announced Walmart+ vs Amazon Prime.   With some more details and comments by experts in the area.  Like I have said, the competition...

The Need for Loaded Dice
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The Need for Loaded Dice

I remember having to explain to managers why dice had to be 'loaded' in some of the simulations we built.  Isn't that biased?  Yes, but being loaded is required...

New Qualcomm Mobile Chip
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New Qualcomm Mobile Chip

Advances in hardware improve where and how efficiently problems can be solved.  We are moving forward.Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 865 Plus is its most powerful mobile...

Short examples of the Value of Emergent Analytic Tech
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Short examples of the Value of Emergent Analytic Tech

O'Reilly puts together four interesting examples of the use of emergent tech.  Worth a look.O'Reilly Radar by Nat TorkingtonFour short links: 8 July 2020   AI Weirdness...

Tool Turns Math into Pictures
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Tool Turns Math into Pictures

Lovely thought, you can browse the images, and edit or choose the best.  To produce a best explanation.   A means to communicate math concepts with management,Carnegie...

Wal-Mart Vs Amazon  with Premium Subscription Services
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Wal-Mart Vs Amazon with Premium Subscription Services

Not too surprising, but closely follow the effectiveness of the execution used.  I like the emergence of competition here.Walmart Spent Years on a Secret Plan to...
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