Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Most Valuable Brands by Country

Below is an interesting map of the biggest brands in different countries around the world. Six years after it lost the crown to Apple Inc., Google Inc. has reclaimed the title of the most valuable brand in the world. However, we … Continue reading

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I Lost to a Cheater (in Chess)

I started playing online chess a few weeks ago (partly because I was tired of being tortured by my iPad chess program) and received this notification (and a nice point bonus with it): “You lost to a cheater!” Basically, what this means is … Continue reading

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How IBM Watson Answers Questions

Here is a good, brief overview.  Not enough to copy and replicate Watson by yourself, 🙂 but enough to understand the basic process flow behind its work:

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On Making Good Predictions – Part 2

(Part 1) Fast forward to today and check out this interesting website – IPad Death Watch.  It tracks various doomsday predictions for Apple from many years back.  In fact, it is made entirely out of the documented wrong predictions.  Masterpieces like this are … Continue reading

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Weekend Computer Humor

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