Splicing together multiple photos taken over a number of hours, Kelley has created Airportraits, a series of images that shows planes as if a swarm of bees.
Blockchain is going to revolutionize financial services. Unless it won’t.
While we said goodbye to some iconic aircraft like the Boeing 747 in 2016, other old birds got new leases of life.
Starting next year, VMware’s virtualization software will run on Amazon’s cloud, letting VMware customers to manage virtual machines in Amazon’s cloud with the same set of tools they use to manage VMs on their own servers. VMware will sell the new service, but it will dovetail with all sorts of existing Amazon cloud tools, like database and storage services.
Amazon is now challenging major online business suppliers in office products (Staples) and industrial goods (Grainger). It has over nine million items for sale and all products available on the Amazon.com marketplace are also accessible on the Amazon Business site.
If technology is only as good as our understanding of it, then the automotive industry has a long way go.
Airport operators are starting to use the predictive power of software to monitor and forecast passenger numbers, so they can deploy enough agents, screeners, and other staff at the right times, to get everyone through as quickly as possible.
IBM’s new Project DataWorks is built with both Spark and IBM Watson at its core to prioritize speed and usability without sacrificing robust analytics.
Andrew: Tweeting a blog post (aka “Tweetstorming”) is like paying your utility bills in nickels.
The Twittersphere was just a little bit quieter this morning after Marc Andreessen, father of the Tweetstorm, vacated the platform last night.
The field of artificial intelligence is so huge, and the potential applications so numerous, that it would be folly to try to explain it all in one — no, wait, IBM just did.