For Lorenz Mitzler, students of Johann Sebastian Bach, “the music is the sound of math”. This is Baroque.me by Alexander Chen. Executing Prelude Cello Suite of Bach.
The TED Talk I’m going to suggest today is only an example -a very good one- of how machine learning and big data can bring improvements to health conditions of patients of today and tomorrow. Discovering interactions and effects between 2 medications, merely through data analysis (study was confirmed in lab only at the end) open a lot […]
One of the late Peter Gzowski’s most amusing contributions to the never-ending search for Canadian identity was his contest to find this country’s equivalent of “as American as apple pie.” So they made a national contest to come up with a new Canadian slogan and fill in the blank, “As Canadian as …” You could […]
Summary of an X-traordinary day. 09:15 – Region 2673 produced a major X2.2 solar flare at approximately 09:14 UTC (Sept 6). This is the first X-Class event to be detected since May 2015. The active region is still in a decent position for Earth directed eruptions. 12:02 – The strongest solar flare of the current Solar Cycle […]
Check this intro to Beckett’s work for beginners. Perhaps for that friend of yours who is always asking, “What do you find in him?”
Live Hurricane IRMA Tracking CAT 5 185 MPH to SLAM FLORIDA, LANDFALL, TROPICAL STORM VIDEO UPDATE Video stream will take few seconds to load. Communication lost as MONSTER Hurricane Irma crossed, made landfall Barbuda Caribbean now heading to Puerto Rico and Florida. EXTREME DANGEROUS Most powerful strongest ever in Atlantic […]
Adam Rifkin is a very successful serial entrepreneur who spends a huge amount of his time helping other people. And his secret weapon is the five-minute favor. Adam said, “You don’t have to be Mother Teresa or Gandhi to be a giver. You just have to find small ways to add large value to other people’s lives.” […]
Berlin is becoming a “Sponge City” designed to tackle two issues – heat and flooding – by imitating nature.
It was 2006. Open data was still a dream and data-science wasn’t a buzzword. A visionary TED talk about eHealth, statistics and correlations between health and wealth was recorded and published. In Hans Rosling’s hands, data sings. Global trends in health and economics come to vivid life. And the big picture of global development—with some surprisingly […]