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5 Steps to Turning Your Career into Data Science: Step 1 – Identify the Ideal Job

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " These lessons are part of AryngFrom the 2018 Analytics Academy series for people interested in a career in analytics. If you devour everything that is analytic, even to the point of configuring it… Continue Reading →

How does the PlantVillage application use AI to identify plant diseases and satellite data provided by the UN to monitor smallholder crop growth in Kenya?

Climate change is the most horrible threat that our species has ever known: whatever your power or budget, our changing planet is a calculation for all of us. But there are degrees to this misery. If you are perched in… Continue Reading →

How a 14-year-old Hong Kong developer created Timeless, an application that uses artificial face recognition and artificial intelligence to help Alzheimer's patients identify people in photos

For many teens, their lives can usually be centered on homework and time spent with friends. This is not the case for Emma Yang. At the age of 14, Yang, a native of Hong Kong, has already created his own… Continue Reading →

Japan will let government employees hack consumer IoT devices with unsecured passwords to identify vulnerabilities and prevent abuse during the 2020 Olympics

The Japanese government on Friday approved an amendment to the law that will allow state employees to hack into the devices of the Internet of Things, as part of an unprecedented investigation into unsecured IoT devices. The survey will be… Continue Reading →

Scientists find a technique to identify the bacteria producing electricity

A new development in bacteriology could allow the use of microbes to fuel fuel cells and purify wastewater, according to a team from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Bacteria have been identified that… Continue Reading →

Overview of WikiLeaks internal data collected by the United States Government from 2009 to 2017 at least, including discussions with information to identify certain sources

Photo: Frank Augstein (Grouvy Today) At the end of last year, the US government had accidentally revealed that a sealed suit had been filed against Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks. Shortly before this was made public, the FBI had… Continue Reading →

AI Quartz Studio has developed robots to help journalists in data analysis tasks, using machine learning to identify trends in recordings, etc.

Credit: Mike MacKenzie, via Flickr Imagine having a personal assistant to sort out a stack of messy documents or browse a mountain of spreadsheets to find what you are looking for. Enter Quartz AI Studio, a US-based project that helps… Continue Reading →

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