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100 words of wisdom. Daily Insights posted by Yegii's top thinkers. Only the knowledge that matters.
Stopping the spread of Ebola as quickly as possible is crucial. WHO fears it will take nine months or more. This is too long. Too many people will die.
Wearable devices have made continuous health data, about calorie intake, expenditure, exercise, and sleep, available to users.
That’s the question that many millennials ask themselves when going out. What is the point of carrying cash, a card, or even a wallet when all those things are now conveniently located in your mobile phone? In the past, splitting the bill for anything was always a hassle.
The energy return on energy invested (EROEI) is the ratio of the energy extracted to the energy invested to extract that energy, and is the best foundation for understanding the quality of energy sources. Oil started out at better than 100:1 in the early 20th century.
“Yegii is an educational platform for young people where they can show both their passion and their insight regardless of the school they went to” says Daniel Kim, who interned at Yegii, the insight network, over the summer, “what we’re trying to do is find information above the noise”.
By enabling experts on Yegii to highlight their areas of expertise and support those assertions by ranking knowledge assets, we are preparing our user base for the future of machine learning. In the future, machine learning will reach its full potential as various experts become the final connectors between and within data-driven hypotheses.
Open Innovation is an attractive business model. There is often resistance towards true open innovation. The 3rd party innovation market is maturing with a myriad of players (NineSigma, Hypios, Ideascale, Induct Software, Innocentive, GLG, Skillbridge, Zintro). The next generation open innovation is very different.
Carbon nanospheres offer the potential to triple cell phone battery life. The impact? Potentially greater mobile phone usage, especially for process intensive applications leveraging larger data transfers: more streaming and video sharing.
Spreading the word is not about learning the best social media technique. According to neuroscientist Emily Falk, the essence of a viral message is that the author cares deeply about it. If you care about something, your message is heartfelt and you naturally want to spread it. People pick up on that, so it spreads.