Citizen science is not what it claims to be, argues this essay by Carl E. Koch.
XASDI is a framework for simulating autonomous social agents.
Suggestions for documentation for system administrators. Could use a bit more streamlining but otherwise the principles seem soundm
Think piece on the next stage of development in China, touching on AI and entrepreneurship.
The Hum is a sound that only a very small segment of the population can hear. But for those that can, it can be torture.
Socrates is a web-scale knowledge extraction engine that exploits a mix of deep learning, semantic web technology and natural language processing to understand information in text and integrate knowledge extracted from various sources.
A study by a Japanese university claims that the site of the presumed asteroid impact led to the extinction of dinosaurs. The asteroid supposedly hit an area rich in gypsum which would lead to high levels of soot being ejected into the air. Such sites only account for 13% of the earth’s surface.
And not just philosophy but also history and other aspects of the liberal arts. The larger challenge is our implicit compartmentalization of the various disciplines, all for the sake of specialization.
An Episcopal priest writes about how he taught poetry at a school for orphan girls in Honduras.
Free mathematics textbooks from the American Institute of Mathematics.