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On the Evolution of Computer Power and Computer Intelligence

The picture below is an interesting summary of the general trend in computing over the last 100 years or so (MIPS = Million Instructions Per Second). There is, however, some gap in logic here, and it frequently occurs when projections … Continue reading

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Another Robot Falls

I posted about the new step in the robot evolution, Asimo, and about some funny robot falls before. This post adds a bit to the “falling robots” subject 🙂  If you are not interested in the entire 5 min video, go … Continue reading

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Forced Happiness Technology

Only in Japan…the Happiness Counter was developed at the University of Tokyo after it was shown that smiling contributes to mental well-being. The Happiness Counter uses AI-based facial recognition to make smiling a part of daily life…by requiring you to … Continue reading

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Alchemy IoT’s Cognitive Analytics: Learning Algorithm Update

This is quick update on the earlier post (link) that explained our experiment on testing our learning algorithm that runs on light and temperature signals that are fed from the Arduino device placed in the Alchemy IoT software developers’ room.  It has … Continue reading

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Defining “Cognitive Analytics”

I wrote a couple of posts on this subject recently (link, link) and wanted to elaborate a bit more – this is an exciting subject to think about and work on. Let me start with my own definition of Cognitive … Continue reading

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K-Means Clustering in Action

Clustering is one of the most popular unsupervised advanced analytics technique. Watch this example of a real-time simulation of the K-Means Clustering Algorithm using different values for n (number of points) and k (number of clusters). Read more on this subject … Continue reading

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On Cognitive Analytics

Check this Cognitive Analytics timeline from Deloitte. Deloitte published an article on this subject in 2014, titled Cognitive Analytics. The article lists three key elements of Cognitive Analytics: In practical terms, cognitive analytics is an extension of cognitive computing, which is made up of … Continue reading

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