There aren’t very many drugs that are also, essentially, industrial chemicals available in railroad-car volumes, pharmaceutical chemist Derek Lowe noted on his blog, In The Pipeline, this spring.
I’ve been on a bit of a lighting kick lately and I think I might just have to try this bedside lamp project. Especially since it involves two of my favorite materials: concrete and… Continue reading on Curbly.com
Just when many were convinced of the futility of AI in the immediate future, an interesting article in Wired shows just how embedded it is in our everyday life, from flash trading to self driving cars, fraud detection and more. The difference? Let computers accomplish tasks we don’t want to do their own way instead of trying to make them think like humans.