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where is this place in Taipei? 
 
A Taipei apartment situated within a national park gets a much needed, modern renovation to open it up and focus on the natural landscape surrounding it.
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Beautiful design :-) not sure about the purple wall... 
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Charles Darwin put it best: “It’s not the strongest of the species that survives but the most adaptable.”
Change is happening fast and furious in healthcare, touching all aspects of the industry – how we identify and treat disease, who provides treatment, where we offer healthcare services, how patients interact with their caregivers, and how we are paid.All of these changes – while necessary – have created some anxiety for many in the profession. To put it in terms of Kubler-Ross’s five stages of grief, we’ve passed denial, anger, and bargaining and...
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http://www.jamesbeard.org/blog/2015-james-beard-award-winners

The 2015 Restaurant and Chef Awards 
 
Best New Restaurant, Presented by True Refrigeration®
Bâtard, NYC
 
Outstanding Baker
Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery, NYC
 
Outstanding Bar Program, Presented by Tanqueray No. TEN®
The Violet Hour, Chicago

Outstanding Chef, Presented by All-Clad Metalcrafters
Michael Anthony, Gramercy Tavern, NYC
 
Outstanding Pastry Chef
Christina Tosi, Momofuku, NYC

Outstanding Restaurant, Presented by Acqua Panna® Natural Spring Water
Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, NY
The 2015 James Beard Award Winners! by JBF Editors on May 04, 2015. The Winners of the 2015 James Beard Awards, presented by Lexus. The 2015 Restaurant and Chef Awards. Best New Restaurant, Presented by True Refrigeration® Bâtard, NYC. Outstanding Baker Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery, NYC ...
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Startups achieve astronomical valuations in exchange for protecting new investors
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“The stuff that people are doing here is the future.”
-+Geoffrey Hinton, Google Distinguished Researcher

At Google, Neural Networks are behind much of the cutting-edge research in Machine Intelligence that enables speech recognition, computer vision, machine translation and more. Check out an article by the +Toronto Star, which highlights some of the history and promise of Deep Learning, and how it is finding ways into applications used by millions.
Artificial intelligence research using neural networks has taken off, with a $400-million boost from Google, in part thanks to Canadian Geoffrey Hinton.
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Now everything has to be in Brookyln...it seems. 
Developers are invited to the first-ever World of Watson Hackathon and Conference.
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Does a Jeopardy-winning learning AI pass mustard in the kitchen?
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I first visited the Patagonia region of South America in 1999. I spent several seasons climbing some of the classic lines in the Fitzroy and Cerro Torre Massifs.
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A retro bike powered by electricity. You can test ride in San Francisco. Too bad they are not in NYC yet. 
For those with an appreciation for a retro aesthetic and modern technology, this utility bike might just be the thing for you - it even has a boost button!
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Apple CEO Tim Cook and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty partner for the second time in less than a year to help Japan Post address its home country's growing population of senior citizens.
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Thanks for Weber for pointing out that we have an NTU EE alumnus working in this area. The differentiation between risk and uncertainly in the financial world of VC also applies to health if you think about it...  
http://www.jmyang.com/blog/2015/4/14/risk-and-uncertainty-a-tale-of-a-vc
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little data about uncertainty to health.
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The winner is BNY mellon. Other front runners are your usual suspects..american express, accenture, apple, google, rackspace, salesforce, ebay and IBM, goldman sachs, USAA bank? 

http://anitaborg.org/awards-grants/top-companies-for-women-technologists/
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Lovely French bistro/cafe. Best kept secret.
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The coffee is mediocre at best.
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The food tastes nothing like Malaysian food, but rather a hk cuisine in disguise. Not a decent one either. Very disappointed.
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