William Gibson wrote that the future is here, just not evenly distributed. The phrase is usually used to point out how the rich have more access to technology, but what happens when the poor are disproportionately subject to it?
Lightmatter is a startup that is looking to change the way all that computation is done — and not in a small way. The company makes photonic chips that essentially perform calculations at the speed of light, leaving transistors in the dust.
This article gives an overview of the main machine-learning-as-a-service (MLaaS) platforms by Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, and follows it by comparing machine learning APIs that these vendors support.
Chicisimo was launched three years ago with the goal of offering automated outfit advice. Today, with over 4 million users, the startup shares how its data and machine learning approach helped it grow.
When it comes to restaurants, every US city has a unique identity. Based on aggregated, anonymized data from users who have opted in to Google Location History, Google News Lab ranked cities and counties by their most popular cuisine.
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