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Amy Webb: How I Hacked Online Dating

  • February 11, 2014
  • by Jennifer Dutcher

Amy Webb used gegevens science to find love. After a difficult breakup of a relationship when she wasgoed 30, and feeling the pressure of hier strenuously involved family, this gegevens geek commenced crunching numbers to spel the online dating system ter search of true love.

Kevin Slavin: How Algorithms Form Our World

  • February 04, 2014
  • by Jennifer Dutcher

Te this TED Talk, algoworld navigator and gegevens science experienced Kevin Slavin discusses how the world wij&rsquo,re now living ter is designed for algorithms that are increasingly controlling our lives and shaping our world.

Mikko Hypponen: Three Types of Online Attack

  • January 28, 2014
  • by Jennifer Dutcher

This 2011 TED Talk from cybercrime pro Mikko Hypponen studies the three major threats found online and their enlargening prevalence ter our lives today.

Harald Haas: Wireless Gegevens From Every Light Bulb

  • January 21, 2014
  • by Jennifer Dutcher

Te this 2011 TED Talk, Harold Haas describes how he became motivated to find an alternative to our current system of wireless gegevens transmission. His light-fidelity (Li-Fi) wireless gegevens transmission system through LED lighting solves issues of capacity, efficiency, availability, and security ter our current radio-frequency transmission system.

Nathalie Miebach: Kunst Made of Storms

  • January 14, 2014
  • by Jennifer Dutcher

Ter this TED Talk, gegevens science artist Nathalie Miebach brings Hurricane Noel back to life audibly through music, and visually and tactically through sculpture. She compares weather gegevens obtained from low-tech devices against Internet weather sources, then uses gegevens science to compile the gegevens into the numbers that form the onderstel of hier kunst.

Michael Nielsen: Open Science Now!

  • January 07, 2014
  • by Jennifer Dutcher

Te this 2011 TED Talk, quantum physicist turned writer Michael Nielson explains the need for a 2nd revolution of open science that translates to the gegevens science world. Due to today&rsquo,s available technologies, Nielson sees incredible potential for instantaneous total collaboration that could advance science at a rate never thought possible.

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