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Technological Innovations in Real Estate: What We Can Expect

Real estate is changing. Not only are investors and technology companies such as Zillow expecting the market to favor buyers in 2020, new innovations are going to drive forward a changing landscape in 2019.

In the U.S., analysts are predicting that the value of consumer homes will rise for one more year, up to 5.9%, until the market…

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Added by Dariya Lopukhina on March 20, 2019 at 4:00am — No Comments

End-of-Life Narrative

Canada will soon be passing legislation to allow for physician-assisted suicide.  Sometime over the course of debate between our Parliament and Senate, I found what at the time seemed like a peculiar pattern of woodchips in the back of my pick-up.  It was such an interesting image, I thought I would share it here.  On closer inspection, I discovered that in fact I was looking at hundreds of tiny flower shafts and seeds.…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on June 18, 2016 at 8:30am — No Comments

How to Defeat POS Malware?

The information and technology age in which we find ourselves has created many great conveniences and opportunities for innovation. Buying items has become incredibly easy, for example – a swipe of your debit card and you’re good to go! You don’t have to worry about the risks of carrying around cash, and the whole process takes just a moment. Everything is automatically updated to your bank account, even, which takes away the necessity of balancing checkbooks and manually updating your…

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Added by Shezagary on October 23, 2015 at 2:48am — 3 Comments

Data Science and EU Privacy Regulations: A Storm on the Horizon - Part 2

In Part 1, we introduced a pending EU privacy and data protection regulation (the GDPR) which will carry fines for violations of up to 5% of global annual turnover (1 million Euros for smaller companies). We…

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Added by David Stephenson on October 15, 2015 at 6:54am — No Comments

History, Music, and the Depth of Data

Like many students about to finish their undergraduate degree, I decided to artificially inflate my grades by taking some "bird courses." These are not courses about birds. Other students assured me that the courses were designed to bolster my marks and to help me complete my program requirements. Considering the many bird courses available, I decided to take introductory music, which was essentially a history course focused on music. It required a lot of…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on December 6, 2014 at 8:52am — No Comments

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