RedOrbitHeart attack prediction test?Not yetHalifax Evening Courier“Heart attacks could be predicted in advance,” The Daily Telegraph has reported, while the Daily Mail assures readers that a “simple and inexpensive test that can spot a heart attack...
The Future Attribute Screening Technology project (FAST) was not dreamed up by Philip K. Dick, but it could have been. Lead by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the initiative aims to use sensor technology to detect cues "indicative of mal-intent," defined by the DHS as intent or desire to cause real harm -- "rapidly, reliably, and remotely." It would be used, they say, to fight terror.
Panelists from leading tech advocacy groups squared off during a discussion about how Internet companies should be regulated. Agreement was hard to come by on consumer protections. Read this blog post by Daniel Terdiman on Geek Gestalt.
Target has perfected the technique of analyzing consumers' shopping habits to figure out who's pregnant. How can they send customers congratulatory coupons without freaking them out? (G+: Target does big data analytics.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - When Jason Goldberg set out to raise a new round of funding for his flash sales site Fab.com, he dispensed with the usual PowerPoint presentations and instead gave potential investors (RT @markfidelman: Venture capital sees...
Twitter's admission that its iPhone app has been gathering address book data without telling users is a big issue for New Zealanders who are used to good privacy protections, a tech (RT @nzherald: TUANZ's @PaulBrislen says Twitter's admission over...
Pollution Dispersion Pattern Prediction Advanced. If it does not predict the dispersion of the pollutants it will certainly point to break points that will naturally retro adjust the modeling to improve its predictive powers.
Wave radar may help tsunami predictionsMalaysia StarA TWO-YEAR empirical research programme is planned to begin in April to develop a next-generation tsunami prediction system by calculating the estimated height of tsunami when they reach the coast...
Guest post written by Shomit Ghose Shomit Ghose is a partner focused on information technology at ONSET Ventures. Shomit Ghose Remember sitting through your college physics classes wondering when you’d ever need to apply what you were learning?
I’d like to pretend there was some master plan, that the site you see before you crept out of our skulls fully formed. But the truth is, when Sharon Weinberger and I launched Danger Room five years ago this week, we were just winging it. We wanted to write about the things we thought were cool: the Pentagon’s super-soldier project; China’s cyborg pigeons; the Navy’s puke rays and lightning guns. So we did.
A unified computer database that gathers and refines information on millions of potential voters is at the forefront of campaign technology – and could be the key to an Obama win (Political campaigning in the era of big data:
The ability to store and process huge amounts of data is useless unless there are people who can interpret the information it generates. That requires a new kind of scientist, a data scientist. (Why real time analytics?
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