Day: October 18, 2017

A computer that thinks for itself has mastered the world’s most difficult game with no human input, scientists have revealed

A computer that thinks for itself has mastered the world’s most difficult game with no human input, scientists have revealed

A computer that thinks for itself has mastered the world's most difficult game with no human input, scientists have revealed. The Artificial Intelligence computer program taught itself the game, and scientists claim the breakthrough is a gamechanger with all sorts of applications. Deep Mind's updated AlphaGo algorithm defeated its predecessor ...

Film Review: Dina

Film Review: Dina

Winner of this year’s Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, Dina follows its title character as she prepares to get married to her fiancé Scott, who works as a greeter at Walmart. They are both on the autism spectrum and each struggle with it in different ways. For the most ...

Top 5 Hitchcock Films

Top 5 Hitchcock Films

By Jim Mackney Alfred Hitchcock, born in Leytonstone on the 13th of August 1899, came to be known as the “Master of Suspense” and was a true filmmaking auteur. He is known for a distinct visual style now known as "Hitchcockian" where the camera mimics a person’s gaze, forcing the audience ...

Is the Gig Economy Good for London?

Is the Gig Economy Good for London?

Thanks to the Internet, the way that we work has changed dramatically. In addition to connecting colleagues around the world and eroding the barriers between consumers and information, the Internet has enabled a whole new class of service work: the “gig economy.” For a relevant example, consider a London takeaway ...

Red Budapest: Uncovering Hungary’s communist past

Red Budapest: Uncovering Hungary’s communist past

By Caroline Howley The mighty Danube slices cleanly through the centre of the city, divorcing rural, residential Buda from its hip urban neighbour, Pest. The elaborate landmarks of the riverbank shimmer, reflected in the water: Buda Castle, sat high on its rocky foundations; Liberty Bridge’s giant green girders towering over the ...

Dunedin Enterprise sells Kee Safety

Dunedin Enterprise sells Kee Safety

Dunedin Enterprise sells Kee Safety - Dunedin Enterprise Investment Trust says that a contract has been signed, subject to completion, to sell its investment in Kee Safety, the market-leading provider of collective fall protection, safety systems and solutions.  Completion of the transaction is due on 31 October 2017. Capital and ...