As a kid I always loved information that I could get from data and the stories that could be told with numbers. I remember, growing up, I’d be frustrated at how my own parents would lie to me using numbers. “Talithia, if I’ve told you once I’ve told you a… Continue Reading Talithia Williams: Own your body’s data

Hi, and welcome back. This is the main section of this course. It is based on the knowledge that you acquired previously, so if you haven’t been through it, you may have a hard time keeping up. Make sure you have seen all the videos about confidence intervals, distributions, z-tables… Continue Reading Hypothesis testing. Null vs alternative

It is estimated that diseases causing brain dysfunction affect almost every Finn or a person close to them. Neurological diseases do not always appear on the surface, so diagnosis is slow. We wanted to change this. Patient treatment is based on research and one of the challenges has been data… Continue Reading Neurocenter Finland – Agile AI solution speeds up research and makes treatment more efficient

At our datacenter in Belgium, The Nimy Blaton Canal on the north side of the site serves as the source for raw makeup water. The intake chamber is protected by a steel “dolphin” unit, which ensures that the intake will not be blocked or damaged by ships or large debris.… Continue Reading Google data center water treatment plant

Hi. One of the common questions is that: what kind of electricity hurts more? AC (alternating current) or DC (direct current)? So, I’m going to measure the electricity pain level on a human’s body, which is myself. But first, let’s measure the resistance of the skin on tongue and fingers… Continue Reading The Pain of Electricity (AC versus DC)