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[Hearthstone Science] Warsong Commander – A Scientific Retrospective

Hello everyone. With the patch that came out on 20th of October 2015, Warsong Commander has been changed from ‘Whenever you summon a minion with 3 or less Attack, give it Charge.’ to ‘Your Charge minions have +1 Attack.’ And you probably also knew that way back in closed beta, Warsong Commander read ‘Your other […]

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Cognitive Computing and Data Science in the Enterprise (CxOTalk #360)

As we talk about artificial intelligence, machine learning, and terms like cognitive computing, do we know what they really mean and do we understand the impact on the enterprise? That’s our topic today on CXOTalk. Fred Laluyaux is the CEO and the founder of Aera Technology. Aera Technology is a cognitive platform that enables what […]

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Queensland Science…ENERGY…making a difference

Supplying reliable affordable energy that is also sustainable Is about the greatest challenge that our society faces for generations. We have people who are working actively on new discoveries that will transform the energy system. Things like making solar and bioenergy more scalable and more affordable. Doing it in the lab is one thing connecting […]

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Political Ecology

Book summary of making political ecology. This book presents a comprehensive view of an important new field in human geography and interdisciplinary studies of nature society relations. Tracing the development of political ecology from its origins in geography and ecologic Olympic apology in the nineteen seventies. To its current status as an established filled. The […]

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Ep. 3 – Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn – Science and policy in HSE

Our role is to make sure we are providing robust scientific evidence and explaining, articulating, describing that in a way so it is really clear to our policy colleagues to make sure that uncertainties have been very well explained. But it’s not the role of a government scientist to be advocating a policy. When we […]

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