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Posts Tagged With ‘ Data ’


Boulder Thanks You CHATgpt! Boulder Thanks AI? Siri/Alexa?

December 22nd, 2023
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Boulder, Colorado, has long been a world-center for computers, hosting the world’s most powerful, fastest computers right down the road from us. NCAR has had a long list, since predicting weather and monitoring climate change requires massive computing power. The most massive on earth much of the time. CHATgpt and Siri and even Alexa are not people. Yet. By the hour we see CHATgpt becoming more human in its interactions with us. Data of Star Trek is not “human,” but acts like a human in most ways. His neutrality and lack of feelings apparently define him as a “robot.”... Read More

Population & Income Data for Boulder, Colorado

May 7th, 2022

According to the latest statistics from worldpopulationreview.com, Boulder is the 12th largest city in Colorado and the 301st largest city in the United States in 2020, with a population of 104,668. Boulder’s population is now falling at a pace of -0.32 percent per year, but it has grown by 7.48 percent since the 2010 census, which recorded a population of 97,385 people. Boulder has a population density of 3,981 persons per square mile, spanning 27 miles. Boulder has a poverty rate of 20.39 percent and an average household income of $109,410. In recent years, the median rental rate has been... Read More

Young Women & Business: Millennials in workforce, open grounds to closing the gender pay gap

October 28th, 2014

If you didn’t read my last week’s blog, allow me to summarize: Boulder may be in line to become the next, Silicon Valley-esque, tech-driven national economy. With that comparison comes a dangerous truth: Boulder could be facing what the technology giants in Santa Clara are experiencing themselves: massive gaps between men and women’s incomes. And without attention paid to this issue, Boulder could be following in these same footsteps.   Santa Clara’s pay gap is large and it is concerning when you begin to compare what Boulder could become due to this similar technology boom. Nevertheless,... Read More