The unrestricted gift from Sarah E. Johnson and her parents is the largest in the university's 161-year history....
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JUNE 19, 2013
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2013 - LAWRENCE CONSULTANTS LLC
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- St. Lawrence University Receives $25 Million Gift
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- Bing Introduces Visual Search With A Twist
Friday Jun 2, 2017
Visual search for Bing, Google and Pinterest has become a major focus. Pinterest execs have called the company a visual search engine, and recently hired Microsoft LOOP founder and former Bingproduct and design director Lawrence Ripsher to help prove it.
- Is It Wrong To Look At Ill-gotten Videos?
Thursday Sep 4, 2014
Are you being party to butchery if you watch an ISIS beheading video made with the very hope you will watch it and slickly composed to impart the greatest impact when you do? Is viewing these videosabetting evil? On a lesser note, are you participating in a shameful violation of privacy if you view nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and others that were pilfered and posted by computer hackers?
- Using IoT to solve the problems of the freight industry
By Cate Lawrence - Wednesday May 24, 2017
Honeywell last week announced a new “Connected Freight” solution that gives shippers and logistics companies unprecedented ability to monitor shipments of high-value and perishable goods, helping prevent costly damage and loss.The new solution, developed in collaboration with Intel and third-party logistics companies, provides real-time information about the location and condition of critical freight while in transit. Real-time shipment information is critical, for example, when shipping perishables and goods that require uninterrupted refrigeration, such as pharmaceuticals, or...Read More
- Facial recognition tech makes it official: There is no privacy anymore
By Cate Lawrence - Friday Jun 2, 2017
Recent weeks have brought controversy over electronic billboards in restaurants and shopping precincts that utilize advanced facial recognition techniques to not only provide personalized advertisements but also measure and record the consumer and their response, ostensibly to enable retailers to provide more targeted marketing and services.In Oslo, the restaurant Peppe’s Pizza had its usage of such billboards exposed due to a crashed digital advertisement that revealed the coding behind its facial recognition system. The billboard includes a camera and facial recognition software...Read More
- 5 questions for IoT about what we could learn from the WannaCry hack
By Cate Lawrence - Sunday May 14, 2017
Last Friday here in Europe, we saw over 50,000 companies and over 100 countries hit by the WannaCry ransomware attack. In Germany, digital display boards at Deutsche Bahn train stations were inoperable. In Spain, internal computers were down at telecommunications provider Telefonica.In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) was hit, with staff unable to access patient records, some phones down and operations canceled. The attack was halted when cybersecurity experts MalwareTech found and inadvertently activated a “kill switch” in the malicious software, although its...Read More
- Apple wants you to pay big for their smart speaker
By Cate Lawrence - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
As part of yesterday’s WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) Google launched their foray into home connectivity with the HomePad called by Apple CEO Tim Cook, “breakthrough home speaker with amazing sound and incredible intelligence that will reinvent home audio.”Don’t overlook the last word, in his statement, despite the desire some will have to group HomePad with voice activatedAmazon Echo and Google Home, the product really belongs in a separate category, and here’s why.It’s about sound, not just smarts The HomePod is a 7-inch tall smart speaker...Read More
- What will Amazon’s buying of Whole Foods mean for our smart fridges?
By Cate Lawrence - Sunday Jun 18, 2017
Amazon Friday announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire Whole Foods Market for $42 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $13.7 billion.Amazon has ostensibly been an online retailer for over 20 years — except some niche retail bookstores and their attempt last year at self-serve groceries, Amazon Go — while Whole Foods promotes a retail experience which is about the instore experience, tasting and sampling and learning cooking options as you go. It’s pretty strange when you think about it,...Read More