Fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) are coming. By some estimates, they’ll be ready for passengers en masse as soon as 20201, while others predict we’re at
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The global “data science for good” movement has found ways to create more equitable and sustainable societies through the power of data. The role of John Paul Farmer, Director of Technology & Civic Innovation at Microsoft, brings together technology with cross-disciplinary collaboration to create positive change. John and his team work with local governments, organizations, companies, research institutions, and ethical hackers.
Guest Written by Gil Elbaz In an information economy, data is the most valuable resource—but data accessibility and transparency is a major challenge. Due to
In the midst of the Cold War, a team of academic and government researchers began looking into ways to improve communication between individuals, nations and
Our relationships with the digital apps and services that we turn to for entertainment, connection and information are built on sharing data. But Luke Stark—a
Given the abundance of data driving the way we live, work and play, it might be surprising to find that there are major gaps in
Like any other industry, healthcare benefits greatly from big data, business analytics and the IoT. Patients, physicians, and an ever-growing number IoT-enabled devices are generating
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