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What To Expect From China's $46 Billion AI Focus As It Hits CES
Forbes • Contributor, Lauren Delisa Coleman
Odd Lots : Two Researchers Explain How Quants Are Going to Revolutionize Long-Term Investing
Bloomberg
How safe is ‘safe enough’ to put driverless cars on the nation’s roadways?
Washington Post • Ashley Halsey Iii
Tech's leaps, limps and likes: The 7 trends that defined 2017
Smart Planet • Larry Dignan
Robots can set us free and reverse decline, says Labour's Tom Watson
The Guardian • Anushka Asthana Political Editor
Apple Just Gave a Private Demo of Its Latest Self-Driving Tech
MIT Technology Review • Will Knight
'Ready Player One': Explore the OASIS in Thrilling New Trailer
Rolling Stone • Daniel Kreps
How virtual reality can fix a lot of what's wrong with media
CNBC
Watch the new trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One
The Verge • Andrew Liptak
Microsoft’s holiday ad brings adorable monsters to life with Paint 3D
The Verge • Tom Warren
 
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Artificial Intelligence, Consumer Electronics
What To Expect From China's $46 Billion AI Focus As It Hits CES
ForbesContributor, Lauren Delisa Coleman
Many in tech are not only busy wrapping up year-end business but also simultaneously preparing for the big, annual CES convention that will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada in just a couple of weeks. Nearly every and anything pertaining to the...
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Economic Policy, Hedge Funds
Odd Lots : Two Researchers Explain How Quants Are Going to Revolutionize Long-Term Investing
Bloomberg
Subscribe to the Odd Lots podcast (Pocket Casts)Subscribe to the Odd Lots podcast (iTunes) Every week, hosts Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway take you on a not-so-random walk through hot topics in markets, finance and economics. When we think of computer-driven or...
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Self-Driving Cars
How safe is ‘safe enough’ to put driverless cars on the nation’s roadways?
Washington PostAshley Halsey Iii
Surveys show people harbor trepidation about giving up driving, which means the rollout of fully autonomous cars may depend on how the public responds when they crash.
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Accenture, Amazon.com Inc
Tech's leaps, limps and likes: The 7 trends that defined 2017
Smart PlanetLarry Dignan
With 2017 almost in the record books, it's worth a review of the main topics as well as what we learned from them. Here's a look at the seven trends identified by ZDNet editors and a crib sheet to the broader video...
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Economic Policy, Labor Policy
Robots can set us free and reverse decline, says Labour's Tom Watson
The GuardianAnushka Asthana Political Editor
Labour’s Tom Watson will call on society to “embrace an android” as he argues that the rise of automation in the workplace need not cause mass unemployment and should instead be welcomed. The party’s deputy leader will make the comments at the...
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Google Inc, Robotics
Apple Just Gave a Private Demo of Its Latest Self-Driving Tech
MIT Technology ReviewWill Knight
At a private workshop held this week for AI researchers, Apple researchers gave a rare glimpse of some machine learning technology they’re building for self-driving cars. Speaking to an exclusive audience of researchers in the field, Ruslan Salakhutdinov, Apple’s director of AI,...
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Virtual Reality
'Ready Player One': Explore the OASIS in Thrilling New Trailer
Rolling StoneDaniel Kreps
Steven Spielberg explores a dystopian 2045 and a pop culture-laced virtual reality world called the OASIS in the first full trailer for Ready Player One, the director's big-screen adaptation of Ernest Cline's cult novel. Following the sneak peek from Comic Con, the...
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NPR, Virtual Reality
How virtual reality can fix a lot of what's wrong with media
CNBC
Virtual reality has the potential to realign our mental clocks with how we were meant to learn in the real world.
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Technology Industry, Virtual Reality
Watch the new trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One
The VergeAndrew Liptak
We got our first look at Steven Spielberg’s next big science fiction movie Ready Player One at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this year, and today, Warner Bros. released a new trailer on Facebook Live, with author Ernie Cline answering questions about the...
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Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp
Microsoft’s holiday ad brings adorable monsters to life with Paint 3D
The VergeTom Warren
Microsoft is focusing on Paint 3D for its festive holiday message this year. The software giant’s “3D Holiday” commercial has started airing this weekend, and it includes the adorable “Gabe the Yeti” which was created in Microsoft’s new version of Paint. In...
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