How Technology Needs Will Differ For Different Businesses


If you own a business, you will likely have computer systems that are helping you manage all your daily operations. Some of the programs are specifically designed to handle accounting related issues, whereas others can be much more comprehensive. They may keep track of your workers, when they come in, and the amount of time that they can take off. You may have a security system in place that will register when people arrive at your place of business and when they depart. To do this, you need a PC that can handle the software that you are operating, and in most cases, this can be operated using a laptop just as easily.

Artificial intelligence :: Machine intelligence :: Machine learning - Topical News & Information


Learning how to build these practical tools will give you an excellent window into the mechanisms that drive machine learning. Read More ... Tags: Computer systems Getting things done Best Deals Artificial intelligence Machine intelligence Machine learning

Computer Models of Creativity

AI Magazine

It's an aspect of normal human intelligence, not a special faculty granted to a tiny elite. There are three forms: combinational, exploratory, and transformational. Whether computers could "really" be creative isn't a scientific question but a philosophical one, to which there's no clear answer. But we do have the beginnings of a scientific understanding of creativity.

Awesome Computer Science - #11


We are a'for developers, by developers' company. Each month, Jexia applauds the latest computer science projects out there.

CSRankings: Computer Science Rankings (beta)


This ranking of top computer science schools is designed to identify institutions and faculty actively engaged in research across a number of areas of computer science, based on the number of publications by faculty that have appeared at the most selective conferences in each area of computer science (see the FAQ for more details). Click on a triangle () to see conferences or faculty names and number of publications. Click on a name to go to a faculty member's home page. Click on a pie (the after a name or institution) to see a publication profile as a pie chart. Click on the raw number of publications to go to their DBLP entry.