A technique for getting cows pregnant without bulls.
The science of getting computers to act "smart," to play chess, recognize language, drive cars, and so on.
A meeting to which everyone is invited—everyone in a department, or even everyone in the company.
A wealthy individual who invests in start-ups. Angels often made their money from a successful start-up of their own.
Software that lets a computer act as a Web server.
A competitor to NetApp that was founded in 1987 and went bankrupt in 2003.
Copies of data made in case something bad happens to the original. If you value your data, you should back it up at least once a week.
A performance ...