By Toni Witt, contributing writer for Accelerationeconomy.com
Sports have always been a human story. From “Coach Carter” to “The Blind Side,” there’s something invigorating about seeing a fiery coach rally a locker room full of athletes or a single player deciding the fate of the team in a single moment of exceptional performance.
By Todd Juneau, contributing writer for Forbes.com
While marketers have been grappling and struggling with solutions to the loss of third-party cookies over the past couple of years, new and smarter ways of investing media dollars have been evolving. As the cookie deprecates, it will be more important than ever to track triggers to desired marketing behaviors.
By Allan Flurry, contributing writer for Universetoday.com
Astronomy has entered the era of big data, where astronomers find themselves inundated with information thanks to cutting-edge instruments and data-sharing techniques. Facilities like the Vera Rubin Observatory (VRO) are collecting about 20 terabytes (TB) of data on a daily basis. Others, like the Thirty-Meter Telescope (TMT), are expected to gather up to 90 TB once operational. As a result, astronomers are dealing with 100 to 200 Petabytes of data every year, and astronomy is expected to reach the “exabyte era” before long.
By Dhanshree Shripad Shenwai, contributing writer for Marktechpost.com
Artificial intelligence (AI) automation has already significantly impacted many aspects of our life. Artificial intelligence, from Siri and Alexa to (nearly) self-driving cars, will rule the future.
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