David Ayza Enero
19/2/2018 · 3 min read · ~10
BIG DATA - application into sports industry

BIG DATA - application into sports industry

Last Tuesday 24th of October i had the chance to attend to the event that the people from Qlikput together for us in order to learn how the company works and some different case studies about application of big data that would help us to have a...

David Ayza Enero
9/2/2018 · 6 min read · ~10
To Informáticos and 2 more
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - IN MATH I TRUST

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - IN MATH I TRUST

Artificial intelligence has been shaping our world since the 70’s or even before. There were three big moments of investment going to Artificial intelligence, and those were:Neural networks – statistical machine learning algorithm, which is...

Lisa Gallagher
3/1/2018 · 1 min read · ~10 · 5
Brian Wallace
2/1/2018 · 1 min read · ~10
To beBee in English and 6 more
How Sci-Fi Predicts the Future

How Sci-Fi Predicts the Future

It’s hard to imagine that just 100 years ago there was no television and there were barely rudimentary movies. Entertainment has come a long way, and today anyone with a smartphone can enjoy virtual reality programming with the help of a $20...

Susan Botello

Susan Botello

Awesome infographic!

3/1/2018
Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

Extremely interesting Brian Wallace! Amazing to see the timeline with the fantastic infographic you posted. Hmm, after a day like today, I wouldn't mind escaping into augmented reality- 2018. This is worth researching more because I wonder how it would work for someone who's feeling down eg? Would it pick the person up or would the feeling be temporary and make the person feel more down after reality really sets in (meaning, glasses off) back to real life. I hope society becomes more unified because we all have a lot to lose or gain depending on our attitudes and listening skills.

3/1/2018
Lisa Gallagher
12/9/2017 · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
Lindsey Patterson
11/9/2017 · 2 min read · ~10
To driving and 4 more
Autonomous Revolution: Society and Self-Driving Cars

Autonomous Revolution: Society and Self-Driving Cars

Autonomous cars have grown significantly from the Navlab projects developed in the 1980's to the point that the United States Department of Transportation, in preparation for widespread implementation, released an official handbook of policies....

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

Welcome to beBee and i am fascinated by the prospects of autonomous driving. My concerns lie more in the system rather than the product. We know corporations with fleets of trucks, mechanics and service centers provide maintenance. The system once out of the lab where an individual or team of individuals is maintaining, we now have a service mechanic not part of the original design team. Humans, through self preservation, can quickly understand a vehicle is unsafe through their senses. Computers can certainly sense this also but the millions of combinations of small safety issues is a lot of code and expectation for a bank of CPU's. My secondary concern is that if technology continues to replace the worker/professional at the rate of 10-1 (Made up, probably greater than that) We may not need trucks as the consumer no longer exists. Under our current capitalistic system everyone works to serve the consumer which purchases and grows in wealth and buys more, creating more jobs. This is a simplistic view of a complex concept. Eventually we will have to deal with food, clothing and shelter differently in order for us to live without working in a capitalistic economic structure. I hope i live long enough to witness this transformation from earning to serving without wealth being involved.

12/9/2017
Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

Welcome to beBee Lindsey Patterson. You made a lot of valid points about self-driving vehicles. I guess my main concerns would be loss of jobs for Truck Drivers which could impact our economy, and computers malfunction as well. I keep thinking of the long road trips I've done which have many Mountains, steep grades and truckers have been known to lose their braking system having to climb up a steep hill (sorry, there is a term for that) in order to allow the truck to stop. Not sure a smart truck would know to do that? And, blowing a tire, losing tread.. so many things to factor in. I see it coming though. I wonder what others think?

12/9/2017

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