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Teaching computers the meaning of words
November 3rd, 2013

We understand meaning on the fly because we’re wired for contextual patterns, but a search algorithm might respond to a query about a robber being charged in court by looking for someone that was hooked up to a battery while playing tennis

Where is your cloud?
March 18th, 2013

Obviously selecting local versus overseas cloud providers is a movable feast, with certain industries and organisations working to strict cloud location policies and data sovereignty and others merely selecting the best deal regardless of location.


A brain, but not as we know it
August 5th, 2010

Though we’re no closer to discovering the soul today, we know about dendrites, axons (cell components) and synapses (empty, electro-conductive space).

Fujistu Lifebook L2010
November 8th, 2004

If Fujitsu release a vastly more powerful cousin in the same slick casing, it would almost be the perfect computer. The L2010 is just one step away.


Are companies ready for Android?
January 29th, 2012

Android gets a bad rap but the OS itself isn’t that bad from a security perspective. The problem is the lack of timely updates from manufacturers who create their own modified versions.

How big data can result in bad data
July 30th, 2013

A couple of years back, ratings agency Standard and Poor’s downgraded American debt. Not because of the state of the economy, but because of an error in its original calculations… a mere US$2.1 trillion.






Thought-controlled computers closer than we think We've gone from the mouse to Kinect-style gesture control in just thirty ...
November 3rd, 2013

The World Until Yesterday Like Noam Chomsky in the field of linguistics, Jared Diamond is the ...
April 6th, 2013

Breaking into Batman Not every Disney darling can go so far in life. When Anne ...
July 25th, 2012

The new Johnny Depp film Transcendence is not just sci-fi fantasy It's been the stuff of sci-fi dreams for generations. Escape the fragile ...
May 20th, 2014

Where is your cloud? It would seem at first blush that the nature of online services ...
March 18th, 2013

Just My Type If you're like most people you probably think fonts are something to ...
December 20th, 2010


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