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NASA/REUTERSWhen you think of artificial intelligence, the first image that likely comes to mind is one of sentient robots that walk, talk and emote like humans.
But there’s a different kind of AI that’s becoming prevalent in nearly all of the sciences.
It’s known as machine learning, and it revolves around enlisting computers in the task of sorting through the massive amounts of data that modern technology has allowed us to generate (a.k.a.
Daniel McMahonTired of Manhattan? Head to Red Hook, a laid-back neighborhood in western Brooklyn that's just far enough from the madding crowds.
Here, a cool vibe seeps into some fun restaurants and bars and a handful of charming shops.
No trains go to Red Hook, so it can be a hassle to get there, which is how many locals like it.
ReutersYou may have heard that SunEdison, the world's largest renewable energy firm, has filed for bankruptcy.
There are a few fairly obvious ways it could have avoided this fate.
It could have grown more slowly (but of course, then it wouldn't have attracted Wall Street's attention in the first place).
It could have taken on less debt (but of course, without its $11 billion debt pile it wouldn't have grown as fast).
It could have been more transparent with its shareholders and creditors as disaster unfolded (but then its demise would most likely have occurred even more rapidly).
Could've, should've, would've — this is the hindsight story everyone has been writing.
But in the jargon-filled world that is renewable energy, there are nuances in that narrative that investors — and anyone concerned with the health of this burgeoning industry and its impact on the environment — need to understand.