The AgeBig data's parallel world brings fear, and a thrillThe AgeAnd so it goes in the era of what is called Big Data, in which more and more information about our lives — where we shop and what we buy, indeed where we are right now — the economy,...
Guest post written by Peter Alperin Peter Alperin is VP of Medicine and Producs at Archimedes, and chairman of the medical advisory board for Doximity. Peter Alperin Until now, physicians have had it easy.
Marketing WeekData key to maintaining Facebook's appealMarketing WeekFacebook will tomorrow (18 March) launch what many are predicting will be the largest technology stock sale in history, but if the social network is to maintain its lustre to...
In fact, when we think about ourselves in the future we actually use the same part of our brain that we use when we think about a stranger. Hershfield and a group of researchers wanted to help young people vividly imagine their own old age, so they recruited college-age men and women, gave them goggles and sent them into a virtual reality laboratory where they encountered a kind of mirror.
'Over time, our weather forecasts would become less accurate because we wouldn't be able to afford to launch new satellites and that means governors and mayors would have to wait longer to order evacuations in the event ...
Commentary: Big Data could know us better than we know ourselvesVictoria Times ColonistIs that the world Big Data will construct? Some pessimists worry that it could. I worry that the pessimists are too optimistic.
Predicting malaria, encephalitis before they get youDaily News & AnalysisBy Aishhwariya Subramanian | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA Diseases like malaria and Japanese encephalitis can now be avoided, not by vaccines but through prediction.
Twin Study Finds Little Prediction Power in GenomicsBio-IT WorldApril 3, 2012 | A study published yesterday online in Science Translational Medicine found that knowing a person's DNA doesn't seem to help predict a person's medical future.
Part of the Pentagon's $250 million investment in finding significance within the gazillions of disparate data produced worldwide will go toward decoding foreign secrets, according to White House off (RT @Saccaparami: #NSA to Crack Codes With Big ...
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