How truly weird science is helping to develop self

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Lining Yao, founding director of the Morphing Matter Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, wants to blur the distance between computer bits and atoms.

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When we buy anything from a store, we buy it because it performs some specific purpose, such as a wardrobe or chair. But what if we could also find a way to ‘morph’ that furniture into something else?

That is the aim of Lining Yao, founding director of the Morphing Matter Lab at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) which develops materials, tools, and applications of adaptive, dynamic and intelligent morphing matter from nano to macro scales.

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Raising The Bar On The Science of Marketing

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become part of the business landscape. It’s now accepted as a technology for many applications and platforms. However, marketing is one of the areas where AI is transforming how the process works. As such, it’s also solving some marketing challenges across industries.

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Being able to make better decisions related to your marketing strategy means money well spent and better return on what you do use from the budget. If you could see the future to make informed predictions and execute on targeted actions, then you’d be making the best decisions and garnering the best results for doing so.

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  • Publisher: Forbes
  • Date: 2018-05-16
  • Author: Steve Olenski
  • Twitter: @forbes
  • Citation: Web link

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