When you think of art and archives, protest signs don’t often come to mind. Fortunately, many of the signs from Boston’s first Women’s March […]
If you have been a frequent reader of TaxoDiary, you know that I like finding odd and unique taxonomies. I like knowing that taxonomies exist […]
When I bought my first and only rice cooker a decade ago, many of the higher rated models bragged about fuzzy logic technology. Fuzzy […]
Access Innovations will be bringing a little fun and a lot of technical expertise to the 2018 iA Summit, which is scheduled for March […]
Traditional classifications of animals, medicine, diseases, and other vastly dense topics can feel like reciting pi – infinite data with infinite possibilities.
While there may […]
Machine learning is being utilized in more and more projects. It is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. Over the […]
Even before tragedies like Princess Diana’s fatal accident attempting to flee the paparazzi, privacy and notoriety have long been at odds. The Guardian brought this interesting […]