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Stanford Researchers develop Lab-on-a-chip That Turns Blood Test Snapshots Into Continuous Movies

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Google Cloud Next 2019 | Architecture Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Gain Agility Through GCP Colgate had over 1,100 VMs on-premises running their existing Windows environment. Seeking a major upgrade in agility and scaling, they decided it was time to migrate to the cloud. Come learn about how Colgate, who had just a small …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Application Development Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | API Monitoring for Connected Customer Experiences As most business-critical applications today are powered by APIs, any downtimes or performance degradations can significantly impact revenues and brand value. It’s extremely important to ensure that APIs are always available and performing as expected. In …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Cost Management Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Organizing Your Resources for Cost Management on GCP GCP tools such as organizations, folders, projects, and labels help you create logical groupings of resources that support your management and cost-attribution requirements at scale. During this session, we will show you how to …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Inclusive by Design: Engage and Recruit Diverse Talent with AI Prioritizing workplace diversity means stronger teams, increased sales, greater productivity, and better customer relations. And having an inclusive recruiting strategy is critical to building a more diverse workforce. In …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Diversity & Inclusion Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Chief Diversity Officer Panel: Building Dynamic Inclusive Cultures “What can you do to drive toward inclusion? Join industry thought leaders and executives for an insightful discussion on generating impactful change and results to increase equity, diversity, and inclusion. Their stories and …

Will the intelligent algorithms of the future look like general-purpose robots, as adept at idle banter and reading maps as they are handy in the kitchen? Or will our digital assistants look more like a grab-bag of specialised gadgets – less a single chatty masterchef than a kitchen full of appliances? If an algorithm tries …

Huawei announced the launch of Cloud & AI Innovation lab at the Huawei Cloud Summit 2019 in Singapore last April 25. The lab will serve as a venue to train local AI talents. It will also act as a conduit to the other Cloud and AI technologies across the globe. Expanding Horizons The lab will …

Artificial intelligence already impacts many aspects of our daily lives at work, at home, and as we move about. Over the next decade, analyst firm Tractica predicts that annual Global AI enterprise software revenue will grow from $644 million in 2016 to nearly $39 billion by 2025, and services related revenue should reach almost $150 billion. They …

Everyone had died – not that you’d know it, from how they were laughing about their poor choices and bad rolls of the dice. As a social anthropologist, I study how people understand artificial intelligence (AI) and our efforts towards attaining it; I’m also a life-long fan of Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), the inventive fantasy …

When we think of the city of the future, we might think about flying cars and scenes from “Star Trek” or “The Jetsons.” But coming new technologies are shaping deeper and more fundamental changes in our cities.These changes are already well underway. CityLab readers already know how ride-hailing companies are transforming the nature of mobility and car ownership. Cities …