Category Archives: Science

Humans set Limits, Machines Crunch Numbers. From #AI to #SmartKnowledge? @turinginst @DameWendyDBE

This was another superb Turing Lecture: AI through the Looking Glass by Dame Wendy Hall DBE at the Knowledge Centre of the British Library, where the Alan Turing Institute is situated. That’s where American Professor Lenore Blum said that girls only need … Continue reading

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Fifty Years of Learning from #Data Prof. Robert Calderbank #TuringLecture @TuringInst

Professor Robert Calderbank came from Duke University in North Carolina to deliver this superb overview over the past 50 years and how data science is the result of that development. Having created the Information Initiative @ Duke, he presented the … Continue reading

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Seeing the Invisible or Making it Visible? Nuclear Particle Events @CERN re-visualised in #TrueColour3D

Seeing the invisible: Event displays in particle physics is an article published by CERN in June 2015. It shows the history of capturing for the human eye what theoretical physicists postulate and experimental physicists demonstrate. Re-Visualised on http://www.smart-knowledge-portals.uk/projects/359 Re-Visualised on … Continue reading

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Believing in #DataScience or Understanding Humans – is that the Question? #CDSEurope @openDATA

Chief Data Scientist Europe is a two-day event at Kensington Close Hotel that I am attending. How do I LOVE being stimulated by talks about ‘data science’ and its implications for humanity’s thinking and evolution! The first speaker came from … Continue reading

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Say it on Video: a Game Changer for Forecasting, Diagrams and Image Analysis by Unifying #DataAnalytics

Three generic software methods are the outcome of my ‘software-aided thinking’: ‘3dM Forecasts‘ – with short-, medium- and long-term trends – which I expressed in this video on Time is Money – Money is Time Series; the prezi underlying the … Continue reading

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ACCELERATING INNOVATION in Medicine @ CERN – through medical imaging & particle therapy

  Accelerating innovation… in medicine was the wonderful overview given by Dr Eleanor A. Blakely from Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratorY – LBNL. It is recorded on this video and joined very sensitive dots for me: on the way from CERN to LBNL … Continue reading

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LEAN, CLEAN, SIMPLE, SOCIAL SYSTEMS: the Guide to Frugal Innovations

Charles Leadbeater @ http://www.charlesleadbeater.net was an interesting inspiration at NESTA where he was in conversation with Geoff Mulgan, NESTA’s director. As his latest book The Frugal Innovator has recently appeared, his 58 slides commented on the essence of innovation as he … Continue reading

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