What AI Means for Future Scientists

Posted by Geoff Short on March 22

Scientists in all fields play an important role of advancing not only their industry but all of society. Automation and AI is helping accelerate the pace of discovery and business and the workforce needs to adjust to new roles.

Today a drastic shift is taking place as mobile technology, blockchain, and artificial intelligence (AI), among other digital technologies, change the nature of work for many. While a first reaction might be to worry for the safety of human jobs, it is more accurate to say that technology changes the nature of certain jobs.

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Topics: Sciences

MarketScale Media: The News Hub for 38 B2B Markets Across 12 Industries

Posted by Owen Matson, Ph.D. on April 3

MarketScale Media: 12 Industries, 38 Markets: The One-Stop-Hub B2B News and Insights

 

Last February, MarketScale Launched its B2B Media Homesite: A one-stop hub for the the latest news and trends informing shaping the world's most vital B2B industries. MarketScale Media provides news and insights relevant to 38 B2B markets across 12 industries. That's a conservative estimate, when one notes the range in topics--from Biotech and Healthcare management, Sustainable Design, A/V Components, Autonomous vehicles, and Digital Signage, the scope of MarketScale's Media Coverage is hard to determine in quantitative terms.  

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Topics: Healthcare Industry, IOT, Professional A/V, Architecture, Building Management, Chemical Science, Biotech, Sciences, Automative Industry Trends, B2B Industry News, Design, Construction Industry, Industrial IoT, MarketScale B2B News, B2B Markets, Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Science, Software and Electronics, Food and Beverage

UCLA RESEARCHERS IDENTIFY BRAIN CELLS INVOLVED IN PAVLOVIAN RESPONSE

Posted by Owen Matson, Ph.D. on March 25

A newly published study from UCLA focuses on cellular activity in the striatum, a part of the brain associated with reward, movement and decision-making. The new research could help improve understanding of Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and Tourette’s.  

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Topics: Biotech, Sciences

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