James M. Connolly, Editor of All Analytics, 7/22/2016
There's an undercurrent in the technology press, the general media, and academic papers focused on our feeble, 3-pound human brains. The accompanying message is that we need technology to rescue us from the limitations of this lowly organ.
Curing cancer seems like something that would happen at hospitals and not in computer rooms. But applying analytics to human DNA and the DNA of cancer cells is a promising frontier of cancer research that can help patients get the best treatment for the type of cancer they have, minimize the negative impact of that treatment on them, and ultimately save ...
What would it be like if the US was in the EU? I don't know how that would work out politically, but this map shows how it might look geographically (if the US was literally picked up and moved to Europe!)
On May 7, Austin voters decisively defeated an effort by "ride-hailing" companies Uber and Lyft to override city regulations recently imposed on their operations. Two days later, as they had threatened, both companies suspended operations within the city limits of Austin.