Saturday, May 26, 2018

TRAINING NEWS

TRAINING NEWS

This infographic shows how you’re most likely to die

This infographic shows how you’re most likely to die

Accident Claims Advice has made an infographic of the ways in which people often die, and figured out the odds of each one happening to you.Read More
Dungeons and Dragons, not chess and Go: why AI needs roleplay

Dungeons and Dragons, not chess and Go: why AI needs roleplay

Instead of beating adversaries in games, we might learn more about intelligence if we tried to teach artificial agents to play together as we do: as paladins and elf rangers. Read More
Companies need diverse, global talent. Cryptocurrencies are here to help.

Companies need diverse, global talent. Cryptocurrencies are here to help.

The global population is becoming more diverse. As a result, if companies in developed economies don't diversify their hiring, they may lose out on crucial talent. Cryptocurrencies are here to help.Read More
Predictive policing: Data can be used to prevent crime, but is that data racially tinged?

Predictive policing: Data can be used to prevent crime, but is that data racially...

Predictive policing introduces a scientific element to law enforcement decisions, such as whether to investigate or detain, how long to sentence, and whether to parole.Read More
The history of VR: How virtual reality sprang forth from science fiction

The history of VR: How virtual reality sprang forth from science fiction

For many years the concept of virtual worlds and far flung digital realities was the stuff of speculative fiction and philosophy. But it may soon take over the world. Read More
New paper says Bitcoin network uses as much energy as Ireland, but not all agree

New paper says Bitcoin network uses as much energy as Ireland, but not all...

A new paper estimates the low and high end of total electricity consumption by the Bitcoin network, but not all agree with the methodology.Read More
Against metrics: how measuring performance by numbers backfires

Against metrics: how measuring performance by numbers backfires

More and more companies are in the grip of a new phenomenon: "metric fixation." Here's what's wrong with it. Read More
How the god you worship influences the ghosts you see

How the god you worship influences the ghosts you see

People across eras, religions, and cultures have always been curious about a spiritual world that exists behind the curtain of death. Read More
A diamond isn’t made how you think it is

A diamond isn’t made how you think it is

Diamonds can be formed in one of four fascinating ways. Read More
Want to feel unique? Believe in the reptile people

Want to feel unique? Believe in the reptile people

What do all conspiracy theorists have in common?Read More