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- Why Science Funding Should Go To People, Not Projects
- How Voice Recognition Technology Actually Works
- Why The Journey To Cheap Fast Global Satellite Internet Is Risky
- Expensive, Rigid And Painful: What IT Acronyms Really Mean
- Tips For Digitising Your Business For Improved Productivity
- Microsoft Releases List Of Features Dropped From Windows 10
Prominent American biologist Ronald Germain has recently published a remarkable suggestion about research funding in the top bioscience journal Cell. He argues for a switch from a project proposal based system to a people-based system. The phrase you’ll hear a lot more often is “person-not-project”. Here’s how a similar funding model could benefit Australia.
At Apple’s recent World Wide Developer Conference, one of the tent-pole items was the inclusion of additional features for intelligent voice recognition by its personal assistant app Siri. The latest version of Siri for iOS 9 makes it possible to make casual, undetailed commands while looking at contextual information on your iPhone. Here’s a brief overview of machine-learning algorithms and how it relates to language.
The race is on to get billions of people connected to the internet via a global network of satellites. Europe’s Airbus announced this week that it is to design and build up to 900 satellites for the privately owned OneWeb Ltd, which includes Richard Branson as a board member.
Outlook has been available as a native app for iOS and Android since January this year. Now those installs can be managed with Microsoft’s Intune platform, making it easier for admins to secure those devices.