The FFOS Backup/Restore Group
Portland State University’s Personal computer Science degree culminates in a capstone program that matches teams of students with industry sponsors for a six-month application engineering project. We had the privilege of working with Nash-Keller Media on … Read more
Evaluations, testimonials and word of mouth are winning the war in branding. A sea of investigation is out there about social proof and what to do and what not to do about soliciting buyer reviews. It’s overwhelming to read … Read more
Guess what: these tricky mystery riddles are by no means simple to design and style. The idea has to be evaluated and brought into life, just to be crashed by painful user tests and then adjusted more than and … Read more
Database searches for DNA sequences that can take biologists and medical researchers days can now be completed in a matter of minutes, thanks to a new search strategy developed by pc scientists at Carnegie Mellon University.
The approach developed by
Firefox Developer Edition 46 is now here! In this version, we’ve added numerous memory profiling attributes and enhanced many of our existing tools as effectively. This post covers some of the massive changes that landed in this release.
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AllegroGraph – Franz Inc.
“Today’s Massive Data challenge is also a Cognitive Computing challenge,” mentioned Dr. Jans Aasman, CEO of Franz Inc.
Oakland, California (PRWEB)
February 08, 2016
Franz Inc., an early innovator in Artificial Intelligence (AI) … Read more
Trainspotting is a series of articles highlighting features in the lastest version of Firefox. A new version of Firefox is shipped every six weeks or sometimes eight– we at Mozilla call this pattern “release trains”.
It’s a new year, and … Read more
Tübingen computer scientists support the well-known jump ‘n’ run game figures find out to observe, collaborate — and even switch allegiance.
Tübingen University’s Cognitive Modeling group, led by Professor Martin Butz, has created software program to give social expertise —