Rudy de Waele Articles

Learning to live (on the future of learning)

This is a guest post by Rudy de Waele & Humberto Schwab, originally posted on Medium. Learning to live As new technological innovation is eating the world, the need to improve the connection between the academic and business world becomes dramatically urgent in order to

4 easy lessons to deep learning

Machine learning is one of the fastest-growing and most exciting fields out there, and deep learning represents its true bleeding edge. For developers, it’s key to get a clear understanding of the motivation for deep learning, and design intelligent systems that learn from complex and/or large-scale datasets. Derrick

The evilification of Facebook: Gerd Leonhard about to quit Facebook!

The Futures Agency’s CEO Gerd Leonhard is thinking about leaving Facebook – and he needs your help in deciding this. “Facebook now generates 35% of my traffic to this site and my Youtube channel, yet I am seriously thinking about ending my posts and contributions to Facebook, and may delete my profile and my pages altogether.” Gerd

Cognitive technologies in the technology sector (report)

Deloitte University Press recently released an insightful report titled “Cognitive technologies in the technology sector – From science fiction vision to real-world value“. It’s an overview of how some tech companies are using cognitive technologies to create innovative new products and services, pursue new markets, and

Technology Trends 2016

It’s this time of the year again for everyone in the business to release their yearly predictions. In order to save you some time, we collected all the most important and relevant trends – from the sources that matter, in one post. The trends have been collected by

Baidu’s Self-Driving Car Takes On Beijing Traffic

Baidu, China’s leading search company announced it is developing a self-driving car with BMW, MIT Technology Review reported earlier this month. Baidu is working on an automated car designed to cope with the traffic chaos in Beijing. The Chinese company is one of only a few to