Monthly Archives: February 2018

2018 Magic Quadrant from Gartner for Data Science and Machine-Learning Platforms

Link (you will need to provide some info to download the report)

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The Japanese Tragedy

On November 14, 2017, a terrible event (by Japanese standards) took place on a railroad: a train left Minami-Nagareyama station 20 seconds ahead of schedule! When the company noticed, it began to panic and issued an apology to the offended … Continue reading

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Altered Carbon and the Troubled Future

The new Netflix TV Series Altered Carbon will attract lots of Science Fiction fans, including me.  My first impression, after watching six episodes, is, generally, positive.  I still prefer Stranger Things by a wide margin (and look forward to its … Continue reading

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Top 10 largest producers of CO2 emissions worldwide

This is an “anti-rating”: being the first on this list is bad. These are the top 10 producers of CO2 emissions worldwide in 2016 (likely, 2017 as well), based on their share of global CO2 emissions. C’mon, China-US-India-Russia-Japan, control your … Continue reading

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