• Putting machine learning in your pocket

    Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain New EPFL/INRIA research shows for the first time that it is possible for our mobile devices to conduct machine learning as part of a distributed network, without giving big global tech companies access to our data. Every time we read news online or search for somewhere to eat out, big tech collects huge amounts of our behavioral data. Google and Facebook, for example, say they do this to improve service and make our online experiences more personalized. Their artificial intelligence (AI) filters news for articles they think you will be more interested in, offers videos similar to ones you have watched before, or helps you to…

  • Books And Expertise

    The LG GD880 Mini is the handset that comes full of a huge variety of options reminiscent of GPRS, Wi-Fi, 5 MP camera, media player, doc viewer, A-GPS and so forth. Typically this means designing the next large IPhone app, and even the cellphone itself. And other instances it will possibly mean analyzing complex databases of information, to reply fascinating and vital questions. In his article, Jared Bernstein , a Senior Fellow on the Center on Funds and Coverage Priorities , sixty nine questions the widespread concept that automation , and more broadly, technological advances, have mainly contributed to this rising labor market downside. His thesis appears to be a…