By David Ferrucci Lead Researcher, IBM Watson A year has passed since the Watson computer developed by my team at IBM Research defeated two all-time champions on the TV quiz show Jeopardy! A lot has happened since then.
SIETAR FORUM 2012+38: Global Integral Competence: mind, brain, culture and system. Posted on February 19, 2012 by admin. International Conference: September 27th – 29th 2012 Institute of Cultural Diplomacy Kurfürstendamm 207-8 ...
Researcher presents latest work on tracking ideas in social mediaPhysOrg.comNow the Truthy team has added new features for analyzing political social media that includes the capability for citizens to interact with the data and then explore the impact,...
Social network analysis (SNA) – also referred to as organisational network analysis – is the mapping and measuring of networks and nodes in an organisation. It is gaining increasing currency as companies, despite the most ...
The Guardian (blog)Social networking must move through space and timeThe Guardian (blog)The first is people – the classic social network of connections and recommendations that is as old as the very first human societies.
High Tech Heroes with Sherwin Gooch, episode number 10, part 1, directed by Hud Nordin: Cybenetician Heinz von Foerster discusses the founding of Cybernetics... (What is cybernetics? And how did nerds dress in 1974?
Social media has evolved rapidly and we have seen the emergence of social networks that did not exist months ago. According to comScore in 2011 social networking sites reach 82% of the world's online user population.
FirstpostQ+A: The complex interplay of social media and privacyReutersBy Alexei Oreskovic and Gerry Shih | SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Living in the world of social networking and mobile smartphones means trading away some of your personal information.
An African administrative chief uses Twitter to help solve problems and maintain order in his Kenyan village, showing another example of how social media has evolved beyond wired metropolises to reach even the most previously unconnected corners of...
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