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    Deep Learning: the new electricity

    Have you ever used Google’s photo search feature? Type in ‘cat’ and it will pretty reliably bring up any cats in your photo collection.

  • Art for art’s sake, money for God’s sake
    Art for art’s sake, money for God’s sake
    It’s a cruel fact that the world’s call centres and fast food restaurants are full of workers who have an arts degree but don’t know how to capitalise on it. World famous Central Saint Martins arts and design college aims to change this.
  • Beyond the selfie: learn (proper) mobile photography
    Beyond the selfie: learn (proper) mobile photography

    Modern smartphones have a host of software tricks to make photos look better, plus cameras in some models that are as good as dedicated digital cameras.

  • Grape expectations: Christmas in Spain
    Grape expectations: Christmas in Spain

    Christmas does not come with a global user manual. There aren’t really any written protocols for what must happen in every country on Christmas Day.

  • Minimum is the new maximum
    Minimum is the new maximum

    Americans consume twice as many material goods today as they did 50 years ago. As a result, most homes are full of junk.

  • Life in the fast lane: the one-year MBA
    Life in the fast lane: the one-year MBA

    If business can be defined as a language, your fluency in it defines your level in the global hierarchy of commercial activity.

  • GDPR training – there’s still time (just)
    GDPR training – there’s still time (just)

    May 25th, 2018 is going to be an interesting day.

  • Learn from the best: National Geographic photography course
    Learn from the best: National Geographic photography course

    There is arguably no greater repository of outstanding nature and adventure photography than the archives of the National Geographic.

  • Legal code: Information Technology Law
    Legal code: Information Technology Law
    Net Neutrality. Free Speech on the Internet. Music Piracy. Governments snooping on their citizens. Who decides if all this is right, wrong or just plain murky? Who’d want to tackle the big ethical issues of the Internet Age: Wikileaks, Super-injunctions and social media, Edward Snowden?

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