June 2018 archive

Weekly#278

  • Facebook’s new patent
  • Amazon private label
  • Amazon Buys Online Pharmacy PillPack for $1 Billion
  • Disney Imagineering has created autonomous robot stunt doubles
  • Now AI is beating us at our favorite video games
  • Verizon is shutting down go90
  • New York to Boston in 36 minutes thanks to VTOL air taxi, says Transcend Air
  • Snap is launching a gaming platform
  • Airbnb aims to be ‘ready’ to go public from June 30, 2019, creates cash bonus program for staff
  • The Matrix Calculus You Need For Deep Learning
  • Google Maps may be getting Waze’s best feature: incident reporting
  • New study: Wind power will work on Mars. This is a game-changer.
  • Google researchers created an amazing scene-rendering AI

Weekly#277

  • Developers can now take Google App Maker out for a test drive
  • IBM Unveils System That ‘Debates’ With Humans
  • Amazon launches an Alexa system for hotels
  • The top ten games from E3 2018
  • Roblox, the hit gaming company you may not have heard of, could be worth $2.5 billion
  • Amazon’s try-before-you-buy fashion service is now available to all Prime members
  • AT&T launches a low-cost live TV streaming service, WatchTV
  • PayPal to buy Simility, a specialist in AI-based fraud and risk management, for $120M
  • The Legend of Nintendo
  • New AI method increases the power of artificial neural networks
  • Microsoft matches Google Lens with AI-powered visual search for Bing
  • Google Assistant’s Continued Conversations feature makes voice commands less awkward
  • 6 Free UX Design Courses From Top Universities Worldwide
  • Affordable Satellite Communication By Bivystick
  • Live image detection with iOS 12
  • The market cap of Netflix just passed Citigroup
  • How robots are changing the farming industry
  • US Digital Currency
  • Uber drivers made more than $600 million in tips in one year

Weekly#276

  • Amazon 3.5 million USD competition to make Alexa Chat like a human
  • AT&T can buy Time Warner. What does that mean for everyone else?
  • Machines learn language better by using a deep understanding of words
  • How ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR
  • Microsoft tech may help Walmart get rid of cashiers and checkout lines
  • Apple bans developers from creating, selling user Contacts databases
  • A new feature in the iPhone operating system shows how much time you spend on your phone.
  • Dreams is a new company that’s reformatting TV for smartphones.
  • Goto Conference Videos
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