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Google Is Training Machines to Predict When a Patient Will Die

Google Is Training Machines to Predict When a Patient Will Die - Bloomberg

Google Is Training Machines to Predict When a Patient Will Die – Bloomberghttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-18/google-is-training-machines-to-predict-when-a-patient-will-die?utm_campaign=news&utm_medium=bd&utm_source=applenewsAI advances by the ‘Medical Brain’ team could help the internet giant finally break into the health-care business

Wall Street’s 2017 Market Predictions: Pathetically Wrong

Wall Street’s 2017 Market Predictions: Pathetically Wrong - WSJ

Wall Street’s 2017 Market Predictions: Pathetically Wrong – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/wall-streets-2017-market-predictions-pathetically-wrong-1511474337As investors’ inboxes once again become clogged with annual outlooks from Wall Street’s scribblers, there is little admission of the nearly universal failure to predict what happened this year. There are two big lessons to learn from the mistakes of the year-end crystal-ball gazing. The first is that when everyone agrees that prices can only go in one direction, it is dangerous. The second is more nuanced: We really know an awful lot less about how the economy works than we thought.

A lot of our ideas about bilingual children are total myths

“[Executive-function skills] predict long-term academic success and lifelong well-being,” Bialystok says. “There’s just nothing more important in terms of how this person is going to do in life.”

Your Healthy Lifestyle Won’t Necessarily Make You Healthier

The idea that lifestyle modification can lead to a better, more illness-free existence is a seductive one. It seems to offer a way of taking real ownership of your health. It implies that, with the right knowledge, you can predict which maladies you stand the greatest chance of facing. This is not, however, how disease actually works.

The relationship math psychologists use to predict your future

The relationship math psychologists use to predict your future

The relationship math psychologists use to predict your futurehttps://psiloveyou.xyz/the-relationship-math-psychologists-use-to-predict-your-future-c7a7386ce166Tell me these three things about your relationship, and I can tell you if it’s going to last. Interdependence theory has three variables: comparison level, comparison level of alternatives, and current outcomes. Your comparison level (CL) is what you think you deserve, or what you want out of a relationship. Comparison level of alternatives (CLalt) is what’s available to you outside your current relationship. Current outcomes is what you’re actually getting.