It's the story of a radiologist and an IT guy from one of the most distinguished universities in the country who thought it just might be possible to use virtual reality to tackle tangible problems in medicine, and it could revolutionize the way medicine is practiced and taught.
Principal analyst Patrick Moorhead has been thinking a lot about data recently. Thinking about artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). This has been stimulated by some things that I have seen that have really highlighted how the world is changing. Here are some thoughts.
The documentary "Genesis 2.0" recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and is a magnificent portrait of Mammoth Tusk hunters struggling for survival in the Siberian Islands while researchers continue their quest at resurrecting extinct species.