Is privacy still possible? For a lot of people, the answer is no, as companies collect personal data in ever-increasing volumes.
We’re actively building the foundations of cylons today. Data mining today is going to power the future knowledge networks that peel ourselves down into our finer bits, of which will be used to fuel generations of smart machines that will know us in layers of understanding we can’t process today. Bring on the cylons, #6 please stand up.
The science and main causes of mining disasters, and a closer look at specific mining accidents, including the 1913 Senghenhydd Pit Disaster, the 1966 Aberfan Disaster, the 1972 Honkeiko Colliery, the 1975 Chasnala Mine Disaster and the Springhill Mining Disasters. Also mining disasters in the news and pop culture.