Apple aims for Emmy as it heads towards original programming content |Tech 2
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Apple aims for Emmy as it heads towards original programming content |Tech 2

Television is one of the few screens that Apple hasn’t conquered, but that may soon change. The world’s richest company appears ready to aim for its own Emmy-worthy programming…

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Even more US adults now getting news from social media, says Pew | TechCrunch
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Even more US adults now getting news from social media, says Pew | TechCrunch

by Natasha Lomas | via TECHCRUNCH New research by Pew suggests there has been another increase in the proportion of U.S. adults getting news via social media platforms.…

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Microsoft And Google Race To Build The World’s Smartest Cloud | FORTUNE
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Microsoft And Google Race To Build The World’s Smartest Cloud | FORTUNE

Microsoft Microsoft HQ in Schwabing, Munich, Germany Harold Stark , FORTUNE  CONTRIBUTOR  Bringing the world up to speed on lifestyle technology. There’s no shortage of reasons for moving your…

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Which are the most important programming languages to learn? | TechRepublic
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Which are the most important programming languages to learn? | TechRepublic

The languages that programmers should be learning, according to a poll of 500 developers in the US and Europe. By Nick Heath | September 6, 2017, 6:00 AM PST The number…

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How Blockchain Can Change The Way Science Works, Explained | COINTELEGRAPH
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How Blockchain Can Change The Way Science Works, Explained | COINTELEGRAPH

Cointelegraph First of all, why would science need any help? It’s not just Nobel prizes and disruptive breakthroughs, you know. Not only are scientists tasked with solving the…

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Robot workers could lead to universal basic income in Hawaii
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Robot workers could lead to universal basic income in Hawaii

Credit: Caracarafoto / Shutterstock by RACHEL KASER — 2 days ago in ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Politicians in Hawaii are debating using a universal basic income to offset the potential robot job-pocalypse. It’s a trend other…

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Car-sharing startup Turo raised another $92 million | QUARTZ
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Car-sharing startup Turo raised another $92 million | QUARTZ

via QUARTZ qz.com Car-sharing startup Turo has raised $92 million in series D funding at an undisclosed valuation, the company said today (Sept. 6). The round was led…

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YouTube starts delivering ‘breaking news’ on its homepage across platforms
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YouTube starts delivering ‘breaking news’ on its homepage across platforms

Via TECHCRUNCH https://techcrunch.com/ by Lucas Matney (@lucasmtny) YouTube has started rolling out a “Breaking News” section in people’s feeds today across platforms as Alphabet continues to tailor custom content playlists to…

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We Should Be as Scared of Artificial Intelligence as Elon Musk Is
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We Should Be as Scared of Artificial Intelligence as Elon Musk Is

FORTUNE MAGAZINE http://fortune.com/ COMMENTARY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Steven Finlay Elon Musk recently commented on Twitter (TWTR, +0.76%) that artificial intelligence (AI) is more dangerous than North Korea. It’s not the first time…

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The Scientist Who Studied Einstein’s Brain Learned That These 5 Factors Make You Smarter
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The Scientist Who Studied Einstein’s Brain Learned That These 5 Factors Make You Smarter

We still don’t completely understand how the brain works and yet we’re building machines to replicate it. Our quest to create artificial intelligence has grown into a near-frenzy as we surge ahead with unprecedented…

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LinkedIn Is Testing a Tinder for Mentoring and What Could Go Wrong?
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LinkedIn Is Testing a Tinder for Mentoring and What Could Go Wrong?

Credit: GettyDevelopers seem convinced that the best way to get people to use an app is to mimic Tinder. There’s Tinder for dog adoption, Tinder for shoes, Tinder for restaurants, Tinder…

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A Smart Watch to Help Blind People Navigate
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A Smart Watch to Help Blind People Navigate

  The sonar-equipped Sunu Band buzzes harder the closer an object is. by Rachel Metz Fernando Albertorio is legally blind, which can make it tricky to navigate busy sidewalks…

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Google engineer’s anti-diversity manifesto sparks outrage
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Google engineer’s anti-diversity manifesto sparks outrage

Internally shared document argues that women make up less of tech’s workforce because of biology, not bias. AFP/Getty Images Google employees are reacting with outrage to a manifesto…

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The emergence of a new IT species: The IT/OT hybrid professional
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The emergence of a new IT species: The IT/OT hybrid professional

A key tenet of Darwin’s theory of evolution is the idea of adaptation, in which a species changes over time to better adapt to its environment. Based on discussions with…

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This ‘Small’ Strategy is the Next Huge Trend in Social Media Marketing
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This ‘Small’ Strategy is the Next Huge Trend in Social Media Marketing

Move over Michelle Phan: a group of influencers you’ve never heard of are pulling brands’ social media dollars–and they’re delivering far better ROI By Amanda Pressner Kreuser CREDIT: Getty…

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Artificial intelligence is not as smart as you think
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Artificial intelligence is not as smart as you think

In March 2016, DeepMind’s AlphaGo beat Lee Sedol, who at the time was the best human Go player in the world. It represented one of those defining technological moments like IBM’s…

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CEOs of Facebook, Google, AT&T and Comcast to testify  about net neutrality
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CEOs of Facebook, Google, AT&T and Comcast to testify about net neutrality

A key House committee just scheduled a September 7 hearing. BY TONY ROMM@TONYROMM  JUL 25, 2017, 10:15AM EDT Chip Somodevilla / Getty   House Republicans are asking the chief executives…

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Computer learns to read body language – right down to the fingers
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Computer learns to read body language – right down to the fingers

Scientists at the Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute (CMU RI) are working on a computer system that can read body language right down to the position of fingers.…

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5 Unusual Facts About Google’s Odd (and Wildly Successful) Management Practices
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5 Unusual Facts About Google’s Odd (and Wildly Successful) Management Practices

These people practices are terrifying for companies with traditional, command and control, leadership styles. But they work for Google. One of the things I truly admire about Google’s management…

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7 Tips for Crafting an Effective Social Media Marketing Strategy
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7 Tips for Crafting an Effective Social Media Marketing Strategy

Social media marketing is no longer the new kid on the block. Now an established and respected marketing stream – with social media ad spend expected to exceed $35 billion…

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