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Sunday, January 26, 2020

What’s the new economy? Check out the Columbus Collaboratory

Open, Smart, Sharing, Connected: The Columbus Collaboratory, created through the one-of-a-kind partnership of seven local blue chip companies, was born to benefit its original investors. It’s grown into much more: A beacon of the new economy and a brag-worthy example of open tech sharing among giants. Read More
Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Improved Forecasting Through Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

One can’t read any news today without a barrage of articles about data science and machine learning and artificial intelligence. Just recently, Jeff Bezos opened up his private MARS (Machine Learning, Automation, Robotics, and Space) conference to the public. There is a conspiracy theory stating that the Facebook 10 year challenge is just a way to help train algorithms on aging.  Read More
Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Fighting Cybercrime with Collaboration

Concerns about remaining competitive often limit organizations from innovating and learning together; however, for cybersecurity, those boundaries must be minimized or eliminated. By capitalizing on the collective know-how possessed by its member organizations and partners, Columbus Collaboratory creates cybersecurity products and services while also supporting tech talent in the Columbus Region. Read More
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Data Expert Patil Touts Value of Data to Solve Problems

Businesses and cities need “Spock on the bridge” just as much as Captain Kirk did on “Star Trek.” That was the message that was brought to Columbus on Wednesday by D.J. Patil, the mathematician often credited with creating the term “data science” and who was appointed by President Barack Obama as the first U.S. chief data scientist for the U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy. Read More