This is a visual representation a transport dataset, renderning of a daily aggregate of hopes, chores, excitements, anxieties and nuisances, being on time, too late or too early :). Group of users of one of my clients. enjoy !
Recent study shows that war appears to be our way of dealing with problems: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612704/data-mining-adds-evidence-that-war-is-baked-into-the-structure-of-society/ Given the fact, that AI and ML will also change warfare, the next conflict will certainly be very different from previous ones. in fact, artificial intellingence was a military technology (think fire and forget missiles using image recognition as an ...
source:Car Sharing in Europe, Business Models, National Variations and Upcoming Disruptions, Deloitte
This has been coming – crewless vessels powered by Artificial Intelligence. This is just the beginning. Adopting this technology to a ferry is actually quite a clever way to test it and “build signatures database”. It is also a trove of sensor and IOT data as well. So, next, prepare for the 21st century Mary ...
Here’s first of cartoons about AI that I am going to collect on that site
Here are my favourite topics- things we would not know if not the Data Science: Typing with proper capitalization indicates creditworthiness. Smart people like curly fries. Female-named hurricanes are more deadly. .. and the like https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/9-bizarre-and-surprising-insights-from-data-science/
https://www.sciencealert.com/top-mathematician-sir-michael-atiyah-solved-a-160-year-old-1-million-maths-problem-riemann-hypothesis If Mr Atiyah is right this is the end of cryptography and IT security as we know it
As you may have read here: https://www.businessinsider.com/google-changed-gmail-smart-reply-after-ai-kept-suggesting-i-love-you-response-2018-9?IR=T Google’s AI tool scans emails, headers, responses and the like to pursue ideally tailored responses custom generated for you. At Tbe begenning, the favourite ones though were: “I Love you” , ‘Sent from my IPhone”. Possibly neural network output. Isn’t that predictably cool coincidence?