Steve Lohr appears in the following:
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
New York Times tech reporter Steve Lohr talks about the rise of Big Data, and how the explosive abundance of this digital asset is creating a new world of opportunity and challenge.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Computers can speak and understand spoken language. They can also convert text to speech, speech to text, and so much more. Julia Hirschberg, Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University, and Steve Lohr, New York Times technology reporter, explain how computers can converse with humans, identify voices and dialects, detect deception, recognize human emotions, and generate images to illustrate text.
Friday, February 13, 2009
According to a sober assessment of the mountain of losses facing some of the nation's largest banks, the banks could be called insolvent. Calling for more direct government involvement in the banking sector, a group of economists and finance experts claim that without a cure for the bad assets, the credit crisis will linger and banks will not be able to resume the lending that is key to the economy. For what this means for the economy and the nation, we turn to Steve Lohr, a reporter for the New York Times.
For more, read Steve Lohr's article, Ailing Banks May Require More Aid to Keep Solvent
in today's New York Times.
"Unless you solve this issue of these bad assets, we're not going to get the kind of lending we need to get the economy going."
— Steve Lohr of the New York Times on the insolvency of the nation's largest banks