If you’re about half of the population, you have some devilish handwriting. If you’re the other half, you’re often stumped trying to parse someone else’s truly beguiling scrawls. Tolstoy has.
The world is digitizing its records. Remote work during the pandemic has only accelerated this trend, with workplaces realizing that the ability to physically access records is not a given..
Coronavirus has cut a large and uneven swathe through the world’s businesses. While some fields — hospitality, transportation, restaurants — have been crushed, other fields — grocery delivery, e-commerce —.
By Rahul Hayaran, Yi-Lin Chen, and Rosa Lin The Wall Street Journal wanted to do something special for their 130th Anniversary: create a special edition, digitized broadsheet of stories from.
By Rosa Lin, Scott Jones, and Paul Deschner In Harvard’s Nuremberg Trials Project, being able to link to cited documents in each trial’s transcript is a key feature of site navigation..
Artificial intelligence has been all the rage these past few years. It’s cropped up in every corner of computerized life, from the recommendations on your Amazon account, to Facebook’s face.