By Sheldon Fernandez, contributing writer for Forbes.com
Geopolitical tensions and pandemic-related disruptions have revealed deep vulnerabilities within the supply chain for manufacturers as well as the businesses and governments that rely on them.
By Adam Zewe, contributing writer for News.mit.edu
Picture two teams squaring off on a football field. The players can cooperate to achieve an objective and compete against other players with conflicting interests. That’s how the game works.
By Melanie Mitchell, contributing writer for Quantmagazine.org
Many years ago, I learned to program on an old Symbolics Lisp Machine. The operating system had a built-in command spelled “DWIM,” short for “Do What I Mean.” If I typed a command and got an error, I could type “DWIM,” and the machine would try to figure out what I meant to do. A surprising fraction of the time, it actually worked.
By Shania Kennedy, contributing writer for Healthitanalytics.com
Researchers from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) have received a $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a machine-learning (ML) tool for automated insulin delivery as part of a larger project to build an artificial pancreas system for patients with diabetes.
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