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Big, fast, weird data

The "Big Data" research that continues to dominate IT agendas has traditionally focused on making sense of the growing volumes of computer data. Yet in recent years, the volume question has given way to the other V's of Big ...

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Computing's invisible challenge

To us, it may not seem like a big deal: CNN's website is taking too long to load. The day's most popular YouTube video won't stop buffering. "Twitter is over capacity." While these little hiccups in usability ...

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Twitter maps show Americans' beer preferences

Researchers who mapped tweets revealed how "beer space" on Twitter reflects real-world preferences of brews and beer brands in the United States. For example, tweet preferences for Bud Light were found in ...

Computers teach each other Pac-Man (w/ Video)

Researchers in Washington State University's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science have developed a method to allow a computer to give advice and teach skills to another computer in a way ...

Fujitsu develops new speech synthesis technology

Fujitsu Laboratories has announced development of speech synthesis technology that can create a variety of high-quality synthetic voices in a short period of time, and that can convey information in a tone ...

Cyber buddy is better than 'no buddy'

Democratizing data visualization

In 2007, members of the Haystack Group in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory released a set of Web development tools called "Exhibit." Exhibit lets novices quickly put together ...

Parallel programming may not be so daunting

Computer chips have stopped getting faster: The regular performance improvements we've come to expect are now the result of chipmakers' adding more cores, or processing units, to their chips, rather than ...

Experts explain why big data is a big deal

Turns out even the experts have difficulty wrapping their heads around the concept of how quickly – and drastically – what's come to be called 'big data' has changed our daily lives.

Real-time simulation of textiles

Fashion designers, pattern makers and tailors produce new collections using computer programs. The Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD in Darmstadt is working with partners on connecting ...

Man among first in US to get 'bionic eye' (Update)

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Search gets smarter with identifiers

The future of computing is based on Big Data. The vast collections of information available on the web and in the cloud could help prevent the next financial crisis, or even tell you exactly when your bus ...

Researchers enabling smartphones to identify objects

(Phys.org) —Researchers are working to enable smartphones and other mobile devices to understand and immediately identify objects in a camera's field of view, overlaying lines of text that describe items ...

Ravens understand the relations among others

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