Category Archives: Data Analysis and Visualization

Cheating in Chess (Not again!)

In my previous post, I wrote about how the lichess.org platform can detect and reprimand cheaters who play online by using strong chess programs to win.  When lichess.org detects cheating by comparing moves actually made with the top moves recommended by … Continue reading

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Investing in AR and VR

AR and VR are a couple of related fascinating fast-growing areas of technology and business.  These areas are now attracting lots of attention from the leading tech companies and investors. According to CBInsights: Recently, Facebook and Apple have reportedly been allocating more than 1000 … Continue reading

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

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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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LOHAS, or Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability

One day, we are going to run out of non-renewable natural resources that we’ve been taking for granted for many centuries.  And this day might be closer than most of us think. Let me first start with this iconography, which … Continue reading

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Where Energy Will Come From in the Future

The chart below offers an excellent summary of the changes in energy supply by tracking investments in different sectors: Notice that oil, gas, and coal investments are now declining, while the renewable energy investments are increasing.  This decline in oil … Continue reading

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2.5 Minutes Till The End of The World

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has  posted the following on their website: “For the last two years, the minute hand of the Doomsday Clock stayed set at three minutes before the hour, the closest it had been to midnight … Continue reading

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