Do you have a minute for Jesus Christ?
One of the holy grails of machine learning is the creation of a system that can “read the web” and learn from it, as Isaac Newton read Euclid’s Elements and taught himself geometry.
Imagine a mythical beast that could speed-read one-hundred million pages per second, consuming every Wikipedia entry, every scientific article on arxiv.org, every out-of-copyright scanned book, and beyond just indexing that information, could actually reason with it.
Colombo, Sri Lanka– October 14th, 2011, the 7 Billion Actions campaign hits the streets of Colombo with a fun-filled bus painting event with Sri Lankan youth.
UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in collaboration with local youth groups in Sri Lanka, organized a bus painting event carrying the message – “In a world of 7 billion and counting, we need to count on each other” to engage young people and raise awareness on what it means to live in a world of 7 billion people.
Sencha is hiring!
2011 was an incredible year for Sencha and its employees. We nearly tripled the company, and we’re not done building the team!
If you’d like to come work with us in the Silicon Valley, California, be sure to check out our Careers page for open positions.
Welcome TV fans!
The TV.com team has been working around the clock on some exciting projects that we’re finally ready to share with you. We’ve freshened things up for you with the goal of making the site faster and easier to get the TV news, info and discussions you’re craving, so today we…
Congratulations to Daryn Strauss and Michael Cyril Creighton on their Writers Guild Award nominations!
To see why they were nominated, check out:
The Security Council is meeting this morning, 19 January on the Promotion and strengthening of the rule of law in the maintenance of international peace and security.