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The Wonderful & Terrifying Implications of Computers That Can Learn [VIDEO 19:47]

Jeremy Howard is the CEO of Enlitic, which uses recent advances in machine learning to make medical diagnostics faster, more accurate, and more accessible. The company’s mission is to provide the tools that allow physicians to fully utilize the vast stores of medical data collected today, regardless of what form they are in – such as medical images, doctors’ notes, and structured lab tests. 23 more words

Words and their implications

I have a myriad of feelings right now. This is a long story.

For extension English, the area of study I complete my HSC course around is Navigating the Global. 1,003 more words

To Be Serious

Revealed Pathology Implications for the Physical Therapist 3e

I use Bako Podiatric Pathology Services not only because the results are accurate, detailed, and timely, but also because Drs. Bakotic and Hackel are approachable and always willing to go the extra mile to help me to accurately diagnose both complicated and everyday skin conditions. 246 more words


The Precarious Gulf Stream

Our European friends certainly rely on the wonderful warmth brought tot them each winter by the Gulf Stream – North Atlantic Drift. I lived in Germany for three years and in England for another three years and in all that time, I think I saw snow on the ground for a total of two weeks (other than when skiing in the Alps!). 126 more words

Climate Change

The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains... Or is it?

Hello good reader!

The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains is a recent book by Neil Gaiman (if you don’t know who he is, shame on you) and I have to say, it’s one of the most perplexing books I’ve ever read, not solely for its content, but the ‘book’ (as in its physical-ness) as a whole. 709 more words


The Enormous Implications Of Facebook Indexing 1 Trillion Of Our Posts

A whole wing of the Internet just got added to our collective conscience, like websites by Google or knowledge by Wikipedia before it.¬†Yet the news cruised by with… 1,455 more words


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