Sunday, October 26, 2014

FUTURISM UPDATE (October 26, 2014)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES: Russia to Expand Military Presence on Arctic Coast as Race for the North Heats Up

GE: The Case for an Industrial Big Data Platform. Laying the Groundwork for the New Industrial Age

BBC:  Heathrow airport: Disruption after 'issues' with IT system

THE ECONOMIST: Japan's small-car firms are defying the industry's get-big-or-die imperative

REUTERS: U.S. nurse quarantined over Ebola criticizes her treatment

REUTERS: Google executive sets new stratosphere skydive world record

CBS NEWS: Breeding out disease

COMPUTERWORLD: 8 big trends in big data analytics. Big data technologies and practices are moving quickly. Here's what you need to know to stay ahead of the game.

TED: Build a School in the Cloud

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW: China’s GMO Stockpile. With its world-leading research investments and vast size, China will dominate the future of genetically modified food—despite the resistance of its population.

BUSINESS INSIDER: Mobile, Social, And Big Data — The Intersection Of The Internet's Three Defining Trends.

BUSINESS INSIDER: Ebola And Big Data: A Call For Help.

THE ECONOMIST:  The difficulty people have in getting to jobs makes unemployment unnecessarily high 

WASHINGTON POST: The U.S. still spends more on space than every other country combined

Forbes reveals a new enterprise trend: “Labor Force Innovation”

THE ECONOMIST: Pakistan's stockmarket is doing well 

FORBES: Racing with Machines: Labor Force Innovation and the New Digital Frontier

GOLDMAN SACHS: The Internet of Things, or IoT, is emerging as the next technology mega-trend, with repercussions across the business spectrum

CISCO: Fog Computing. From the Cloud to the Fog. Fog Computing offers compute, storage, and network abilities between sensors and clouds.

FORBES: Should Time Travel Be A Moral Imperative?

THE ECONOMIST: Recent market turbulence may be only a foretaste

THE ECONOMIST: Worries that slow growth in the euro zone will be a serious drag on the world economy are increasing

THE ECONOMIST: THE world economy is not in good shape. The news from America and Britain has been reasonably positive, but Japan’s economy is struggling and China’s growth is now slower than at any time since 2009. Now that German growth has stumbled, the euro area is on the verge of tipping into...more

MASHABLE: Elon Musk Compares Rogue Artificial Intelligence to Demons. Yes, Really

COMPETING:  Selling to Machines: How Search Engines Twist Marketing Strategy. Search engine optimization (SEO) is the go-to business strategy for companies to attract people using sites like Google. Ranking number one on search engines is a competitive advantage, but can it happen without twisting both words and marketing strategy?

SILICON ANGLE: GE’s Industrial Internet : Competing in analytics, not machines


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