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The AI Hierarchy of Needs | Hacker Noon

blog post image Sometimes you come across something that someone has written which makes what was a whole complicated mess in your head very simple indeed. Monica Rogati has done that with AI using an analogy of Maslow's (in)famous hierarchy of needs. For AI it translates to something like collecting, storing, preparing,...

How private equity squeezes cash from the dying U.S. coal industry

blog post image Private equity firms are proving there’s still plenty of profit in the U.S. coal industry despite a decade of falling demand for the fossil fuel. They are spending billions of dollars buying coal-fired plants on the cheap - and getting paid even when they are not providing...

Ghana kicks off coronavirus vaccination campaign with COVAX shots

blog post image "Ghana began its coronavirus vaccination drive on Tuesday with 600,000 AstraZeneca doses it received from the global COVAX vaccine-sharing facility aimed at providing shots to developing nations to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic." Great to see Ghana in the news and reading about the ITU nurses getting...

Publishers are getting a (brief) reprieve from Apple’s coming ad-pocalypse: Apple now won't kneecap the ad tech industry

blog post image Publishers are getting a (brief) reprieve from Apple’s coming ad-pocalypse: Apple now won't kneecap the ad tech industry — for all the good and bad that implies — until early 2021. Publishers should use the extra time to get their data houses in order.

Media predictions for 2020 from BBC's Amol Rajan

blog post image Amol Rajan's 9 media predictions for 2020: Could we see streamageddon, eco-browsing, the break-up of Amazon and a new owner for ITV? "The data shows we really are living through the most extraordinarily peaceful, prosperous, wealthy, healthy, safe period in human history. There is strong evidence to...

After the morning after: what next for UK trade policy? - Trade Knowledge Exchange: In the aftermath of the UK General Elections,

blog post image After the morning after: what next for UK trade policy? - Trade Knowledge Exchange: In the aftermath of the UK General Elections, in which the Conservatives won 364 out of 650 seats in House of Commons, the question that arises is what this means for the UK and the EU. “Getting Brexit done” was,...

'If you think competition is hard, you should try collaboration.'

blog post image Leading for integrated care: This report explores the progress, challenges and opportunities the move towards greater integration presents, through interviews with 16 people leading or chairing an integrated care system or sustainability and transformation partnership. "Under current plans all parts...

College students who go off Facebook for a week consume less news and report being less depressed: When users stop getting

blog post image College students who go off Facebook for a week consume less news and report being less depressed: When users stop getting news from Facebook, they don't necessarily start getting it somewhere else.

Five management strategies for getting the most from artificial intelligence (AI). "To find out more about what contributes

blog post image Five management strategies for getting the most from artificial intelligence (AI). "To find out more about what contributes to successful AI adoption, we helped lead a survey by the McKinsey Global Institute of 3,000 C-level executives across 10 countries and 14 sectors. From that research, we identified...

Closing Knowledge Gaps to Optimize Patient Outcomes and Advance Precision Medicine. "Realizing the promise of precision

blog post image Closing Knowledge Gaps to Optimize Patient Outcomes and Advance Precision Medicine. "Realizing the promise of precision medicine requires patient engagement at the key decision points throughout the cancer journey. Previous research has shown that patients who make the "right" decisions, such as ...

Tales of the Undead ... Learning Theories: The Learning Pyramid | ACRLog The story and myth of Edgar Dale's cone of experience.

blog post image Tales of the Undead ... Learning Theories: The Learning Pyramid | ACRLog The story and myth of Edgar Dale's cone of experience. "If you’re involved with student learning, you are probably familiar with the Learning Pyramid. This diagram breaks down different modes of learning and argues that more...

How this local news co-op gets its members interested: Getting them involved in the production of news: The Bristol Cable

blog post image How this local news co-op gets its members interested: Getting them involved in the production of news: The Bristol Cable now has a solid stable of members who can be involved in every stage — from pitching story ideas to assisting in investigations to delivering the quarterly print paper.

67% of Americans use social media to get some of their news; Twitter and Snapchat for news are getting more popular: Sixty-seven

blog post image 67% of Americans use social media to get some of their news; Twitter and Snapchat for news are getting more popular: Sixty-seven percent of Americans report getting some of their news via social media at some point, according to a Pew Research survey of just under 5,000 U.S. adults conducted last month...

The burden of triumph: meeting health and social care needs. Andrew Dilnot, Lancet 15 August 2017. "Life is getting longer.

blog post image The burden of triumph: meeting health and social care needs. Andrew Dilnot, Lancet 15 August 2017. "Life is getting longer. Death is not defeated, but it takes longer to win than it used to. The increases seen for most people in life expectancy are surely a matter for great rejoicing. References to...

The secret of passing the MRCP part 1 exam. You may not like the answer but read on ... Going on the right course? Reading

blog post image The secret of passing the MRCP part 1 exam. You may not like the answer but read on ... Going on the right course? Reading the right books? Forming a question group? Signing up to an online question bank? Doing the right job whilst sitting the exam? Joining a Facebook forum? Doing past papers? All of...

Why Roman Concrete Endured Thousands of Years of Seawater Pounding, While Ours Can't - ExtremeTech: Roman concrete's durability

blog post image Why Roman Concrete Endured Thousands of Years of Seawater Pounding, While Ours Can't - ExtremeTech: Roman concrete's durability and strength blows our own out of the water (in this case, literally). And after years of research, we're getting better at understanding why. It seems that the sea water may...

"New Software Diagnoses Cardiac Arrhythmias from ECGs Better Than Cardiologists |: Stanford researchers claim to have developed

blog post image "New Software Diagnoses Cardiac Arrhythmias from ECGs Better Than Cardiologists |: Stanford researchers claim to have developed an algorithm that "exceeds the performance of board certified cardiologists in detecting a wide range of heart arrhythmias from electrocardiograms [ECG] recorded with a single-lead...

High performance communication by people with paralysis using an intracortical brain-computer interface: People with various

blog post image High performance communication by people with paralysis using an intracortical brain-computer interface: People with various forms paralysis not only have difficulties getting around, but also are less able to use many communication technologies including computers. In particular, strokes, neurological...

Python is the Growing Platform for Applied Machine Learning - Machine Learning Mastery: You should pick the right tool for

blog post image Python is the Growing Platform for Applied Machine Learning - Machine Learning Mastery: You should pick the right tool for the job. The specific predictive modeling problem that you are working on should dictate the specific programming language, libraries and even machine learning algorithms to use....

Swarm of Origami Robots Can Self Assemble Out of a Single Sheet: Harvard's self-folding robots are getting close to being

blog post image Swarm of Origami Robots Can Self Assemble Out of a Single Sheet: Harvard's self-folding robots are getting close to being able to walk straight out of a printer