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Fight Against Mugshot Sites Brings Little Success
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These sites have been called exploitative by many lawmakers, but states’ attempts to crack down on the websites haven’t worked.
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Artificial Intelligence Might Overtake Medical and Finance Industries
For the last half-decade, the most exciting, contentious, and downright awe-inspiring topic in technology has been artificial
IBM's WATSON COMPUTER CUTS ITS FIRST MOVIE TRAILER - bye bye editors....
TheVJ.com, Founder Current TV. Past President NY Times TV
Watson, as you know, is the use of computer Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its many (many!) applications. It's good that
This Super-Smart Bus Drives Itself
The Extreme Future of Medicine: From Prevention to Longevity
James Canton 585
Stay tuned. Are you Future Ready for what's coming next in medicine? Extreme future scenarios--from the rebuilding of minds
Artificial Intelligence: The Promise of Limitless Possibilities
World Leading Futurist on Global Trends and Innovation
©2016 Burrus Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved. How about fields like auditing and accounting? A few years ago, when I was
Your Fears About The Coming Robot Revolution Might Be Overblown
People worry they'll steal our jobs, but there's still hope for the future.
Art in the Blood - A Rousing Sherlock Holmes Adventure
Paola K Amaras
and Paul T. Kraly. Dreamer, mythologizer, commentator, co-own...
Bonnie MacBird 'found'
Art in the Blood - A Sherlock Holmes Adventure
, as a manuscript hidden in a forgotten tome of Victorian medical lore, and has brought us another adventure of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great consulting detective Sherlock Holmes, as narrated by his companion, Dr. John Watson.
In a World of Artificial Intelligence, Where Will Latin Americans Work?
Gabriel Sanchez Zinny
Executive Director at INET, Argentine Ministry of Education
We can't know yet whether artificial intelligence will immiserate the human race, as some foresee. But it is clear that these technologies will bring transformative change of one sort or another to the world, and especially to Latin American societies. The region's leaders must begin to prepare.
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IBM Is Teaching Watson To Interpret Medical Images
But don't expect it to threaten radiologists' job security anytime soon.
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IBM Watson Is Helping CVS Fight Chronic Diseases
Alexander C. Kaufman
Treating patients with diabetes, hypertension or obesity may get easier.
Medical Robots Born of Disruptive Innovation
Silicon Valley Freelance Writer
Do you trust a robot to diagnose your ailments? You may not have a choice as medicine moves closer to embracing technology as part of the standard practice of medicine. But don't despair. A medical robot could save your life.
Commonwealth Club and Chevron CEO Shamed into Silence
Paul Paz y Miño
Associate Director, Amazon Watch
Following close to 5000 emails and a letter from over 40 environmental and human rights NGOs, a spirited group of activists disrupted the San Francisco Commonwealth Club's annual gala last week.
Soon Everyone Will Be Able To Use IBM's 'Jeopardy'-Winning Watson
But even developers uninterested in Watson's unprecedented facility with natural language -- the computer used this ability
10 Things You Didn't Know About Sherlock Holmes
Lecturer in English, author, book blogger
Sherlock Holmes never says 'Elementary, my dear Watson.' Not in the canon of original Conan Doyle novels and stories. Holmes says 'Elementary!' and 'my dear Watson' at various points, but the idea of putting them together was a later meme.
WATCH: IBM Technologista Explains Watson to 3rd Grader (VIDEO)
Innovation Technologista Francoise LeGoues converses with 3rd grader Grace about her work on Watson and what's next for the
The New Era of Cognitive Computing (VIDEO)
As intelligent computer systems become more adept at learning and adapting, they are introduced into new industries and forge
Harnessing Big Data to Transform Government
General Manager, IBM US Federal
It's no secret that government agencies store some of the world's most valuable data. In terms of applying technology to unlock the power of what big data has to offer, government data has the potential to solve some of society's biggest challenges.
Collaboration is the Key to Addressing Tomorrow's Grandest Challenges
Dr. William R. LaFontaine
Vice President, Technical Strategy IBM Research
Coming from IBM Research, I think of innovation in two dimensions. First, there is the continuous innovation that goes into IBM's products and services. But we also look for more exploratory challenges that help us advance science by leaps and bounds. We call them grand challenges.
IBM 'Watson' Computer To Work At Citigroup
'Watson' first caught the nation's attention by earning more than three times than both of its competitors on 'Jeopardy!,' who
The Top 10 Stories From 2011 Missing From All the Top 10 Lists
Think back 50 weeks. Do you remember how 2011 began? Do you remember the epic absurdity that kick-started a year described by nearly everyone as one of the most significant spans in recent memory? That's right: Birds fell straight from the sky.
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