The debate rages on about how much we need to or want to know about the virus. What would you do differently if you knew more?
First grade, first responders.
A great idea whose time has come.
11 short years ago, Captain Sullenberger showed the world what a “bad day” at the office can really be like. He then proceeded to turn that pending disaster into the “miracle on the Hudson”. Listen … Read more...
We have been working with our genetic programming version of artificial intelligence for the past 20 years. It is nice to see the rest of the world is finally catching up!
This is a great example of AI driven robotics which highlights the type of innovations that could be possible in the future.
While transformations are never easy, if we focus on “why not” versus “why”, it is exciting to think of what we could do for our companies, products, careers and lives.
Medical researchers have discovered a blood test which may provide an early indicator of PTSD in combat troops. Just over two dozen biomarkers have been identified out of a field of one million which may hold the key to predicting who is most at risk for the disorder. A successful test could also hopefully reduce the stigma associated with mental health problems in the military.
In a unique application of machine learning researchers have developed a “Quitting Risk” model. The developers claim their model successfully predicted 63% of people who were “most likely” to leave their jobs. This has lots … Read more...
Despite all of the concerns about online privacy, it appears that consumers will trade their information for a good deal.