To read this week week of April 25, 2016
April 29, 2016 | Health, Internet of Things (IoT), Uncategorised, Virtual Reality | By Daniel St-Pierre


How IoT security can benefit from machine learning. BioBeats raises $2.28M for its platform to replace human stress therapists. How virtual tourism will help enhance real-world travel. International Symposium on Big Data Management and Analytics – BIDMA 2016. This week’s app…

How IoT security can benefit from machine learning
Computers and mobile devices running rich operating systems have a plethora of security solutions and encryption protocols that can protect them against the multitude of threats they face as soon as they become connected to the Internet. Such is not the case with IoT. Read the story on TechCrunch

BioBeats raises $2.28M for its platform to replace human stress therapists
BioBeats takes the data from wearables that monitor the health of employees and patients and puts it into a biometric machine-learning platform that delivers insights to healthcare providers or employers. Read the story on TechCrunch

How virtual tourism will help enhance real-world travel
As technological innovations have improved virtual reality capabilities and popularized the medium, virtual tours have become more commonplace. You can use VR to check out a casino or museum from your couch, visit Red Rock Canyon from your favorite recliner or take a trip to Bath while you’re in your bath. Read the story on Mashable


International Symposium on Big Data Management and Analytics – BIDMA 2016
The first International Symposium on Big Data Management and Analytics to be held in Calgary on April 25-26, 2016. Symposium on big data management and analytics aims to bring together leading experts from academia and industry to discuss effective and efficient approaches in dealing with the inherent complexity and increasing demands in “Data Science”. Read the story on Bidma


This week’s app
Parks Canada’s Learn to Camp is the ideal app for first-time campers who want to plan a trip to Canada’s national parks. Download the park App here

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