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Watson, the decision whisperer
At the rate you hear the words ‘big data’ and ‘analytics’ thrown around these days, you might think everyone was using them. And sadly you’d be wrong. In reality, most business folks leave insights out of their decisions because the tools to extract them are too complicated. Here’s a new name to drop. IBM Watson Analytics. Using natural language and a keyboard, anyone can go mining data for instant insights. Just ask your question and Watson can help guide you through answers. No fancy statistics degree required. Get the scoop →

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Watson, the decision whisperer

At the rate you hear the words ‘big data’ and ‘analytics’ thrown around these days, you might think everyone was using them. And sadly you’d be wrong. In reality, most business folks leave insights out of their decisions because the tools to extract them are too complicated. Here’s a new name to drop. IBM Watson Analytics. Using natural language and a keyboard, anyone can go mining data for instant insights. Just ask your question and Watson can help guide you through answers. No fancy statistics degree required. Get the scoop 

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autoentropy:

Bruce Lee statue in Hong Kong

autoentropy:

Bruce Lee statue in Hong Kong

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centuriespast:

TURA, Cosmè
Allegory of September (with detail)
1476-84
Fresco, 216 x 320 cm
Palazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara

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centuriespast:

Chepstow Castle, Monmouthshire
by Henry Mark Anthony
Oil on canvas, 122 x 168 cm
Collection: Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage

centuriespast:

Chepstow Castle, Monmouthshire

by Henry Mark Anthony

Oil on canvas, 122 x 168 cm

Collection: Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage

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gamefreaksnz:

Microsoft purchases Mojang for $2.5 billion

Microsoft has bought Mojang, the Swedish developer behind the mega-hit Minecraft, for $2.5 billion.

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Why Machine Vision Is On Track To Surpass Human Sight Lauren Orsini, readwrite.com
Computers are now almost as good at visual object recognition as people are.
The proof is in the ImageNet Large-Scale Visual Recognition Challenge, an annual contest for scientists attempting to developing a robotic equivalent to human vision.…

Why Machine Vision Is On Track To Surpass Human Sight
Lauren Orsini, readwrite.com

Computers are now almost as good at visual object recognition as people are.

The proof is in the ImageNet Large-Scale Visual Recognition Challenge, an annual contest for scientists attempting to developing a robotic equivalent to human vision.…

(Source: smarterplanet, via emergentfutures)

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IBM’s ‘Ninja Particles’ could stop the rise of superbugs Joseph Volpe, engadget.com
IBM Research’s Jim Hedrick has a great job. His work on polymers — those repeating chains of macromolecules that make up most things in our world, like the computer or phone you’re reading this on — has led to the creation of substances with Mar…

IBM’s ‘Ninja Particles’ could stop the rise of superbugs
Joseph Volpe, engadget.com

IBM Research’s Jim Hedrick has a great job. His work on polymers — those repeating chains of macromolecules that make up most things in our world, like the computer or phone you’re reading this on — has led to the creation of substances with Mar…

(Source: smarterplanet, via emergentfutures)

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sasuge:

Shingeki no Kyojin x Naruto crossover  
↳ Shingeki no Susano’o

{inspiration}

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Remarkable 3,900-Year-Old Suit Of Bone Armor Found In Siberia

(Source: centuriespast)

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