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One small step for man.…does not necessarily make good business sense for mankind.
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Fatal Uber crash highlights both AI and non-technical questions about autonomous vehicles.
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Welcome to the future where this week we learned that milk does not need to come from cows.
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This week: Cambridge Analytica is not the real story, backchannel gig chats, and a fading giant.
Facebook and its business model are the real issue in this saga.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is not a breach of Facebook but the very business model on which it’s built, and our democracy and privacy suffer.
AI fought the lawyer, and the AI won.
Driving to the beat of an unknown drum: navigating towards the autonomous car future – put yourself in the driver’s seat.
Supported on the right and the left – how is that possible?
Strava snafu exposes the risk of big data.
The economics of fashion on show at Davos and it ain’t pretty.
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