Archive of ‘weekly’ category

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

Weekly#274

  • McKinsey: Achieving business impact with data
  • This AI Can Clone Any Voice, Including Yours
  • The US passed China with a supercomputer
  • The Apple Watch will soon ditch its mechanical buttons, the report says
  • Tesla says the Model 3 body line is now 95% automated
  • Tesla’s version 9 software update is coming in August
  • Next year, people will spend more time online than they will watching TV. That’s a first.
  • Spotify is starting to compete with the music labels by signing direct deals with music acts
  • Hans Vestberg to take over as Verizon’s CEO in August
  • Apple introduces the AI phone

Weekly#273

  • 20 takeaways from Meeker’s 294-slide Internet Trends report
  • Recode’s 2018 Code Conference Video Playlist
  • Conversions@Google 2018
  • Google is quietly formulating a new strategy for China
  • AWS’s Neptune graph database is now generally available
  • Airbnb’s new Stories feature is an attempt to sell a new business line: Travel services
  • Amazon will now directly pay top Alexa ‘kid’ skill developers in the U.K. and Germany
  • Nvidia’s mini supercomputer is the fastest single computer humanity has built
    “…with a half-terabyte of high-bandwidth memory (HBM) it is said to be capable of replacing as many as 300 CPU-driven servers on its own, offering a much more powerful and compact computing solution for data-driven tasks…”
  • How Amazon’s robot warehouses swing into action the moment you press ‘buy
  • Watch Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic test its tourist spaceplane
  • Artificial intelligence can recognize you by the way you walk…“…“Each human has approximately 24 different factors and movements when walking, resulting in every individual person having a unique, singular walking pattern…”
  • SoftBank’s investment into GM’s Cruise
  • “…A research team at Harvard is now building molecules one atom at a time. The goal is to better understand the minimal requirements and exact properties of the chemical reaction…”
  • why AT&T decided to buy Time Warner, according to CEO Randall Stephenson…“A key variable is the direct relationship with the customer, and a lot of the media companies don’t have that direct relationship with the customer…” 
  • The experience economy will be a ‘massive business,’ according to Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky

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