- Yes, we’re worriedby Prof. Sonia Seneviratne on 25. September 2020 at 11:00
Climate activists were sentenced yesterday in the second instance. Sonia Seneviratne explains why climate researchers got involved in this trial and expressed their views in a public statement.
- Putting the users centre stageby Prof. Nicole Wenderoth on 14. September 2020 at 8:00
Even if we succeed in combatting the COVID crisis, the challenges for the health system will not simply disappear. Digital technologies can be developed to help meet ongoing challenges; Nicole Wenderoth explains what should be borne in mind here.
- Teaching AI to learn like a childby Prof. Benjamin Grewe on 30. August 2020 at 8:00
As impressive as they may be, the latest AI systems are still no match for humans. Benjamin Grewe pushes for tomorrow’s intelligent machines to learn the way young children do.
- A New Wave: Transforming Our Understanding of Ocean Healthby Rosie Lickorish on 31. August 2020 at 4:01
Humans have been plying the seas throughout history. But it wasn’t until the late 19th century that we began to truly study the ocean itself. An expedition in 1872 to 1876, by the Challenger, a converted Royal Navy gunship, traveled nearly 70,000 nautical miles and catalogued over 4,000 previously unknown species, building the foundations for modern The post A New Wave: Transforming Our Understanding of Ocean Health appeared first on THINK Blog.
- Fixing the Mismatch Between Skills and Jobs: A Pilot Project to Test Learning and Employment Recordsby Alex Kaplan on 20. August 2020 at 12:00
Over the last few years, employers have become less interested in which educational degrees people have and more interested in what actual skills they possess. But there’s one challenge with that: It’s hard to know what skills someone truly has. IBM has come together with an important group of organizations to address this challenge. All The post Fixing the Mismatch Between Skills and Jobs: A Pilot Project to Test Learning and Employment Records appeared first on THINK Blog.