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  • the fully autonomous … branded cars will start hitting … around 2020 and 2021
    “…DRIVE PX 2 AI car platform began shipping just one year ago, more than 225 car and truck makers, suppliers, research organizations, and start-ups have begun developing with it…” “…NVIDIA expected its DRIVE PX 2 platform to be capable of delivering Level 3 autonomy for cars, trucks, and shuttles by the end of the year, and Level 4 autonomy by the end of 2018…”
  • Infographic : Visualizing the Massive $15.7 Trillion Impact of AI
  • Google and Walmart are partnering on voice shopping in a challenge to Amazon’s Alexa
  • The solar eclipse was bigger for Facebook than any of the last four Super Bowls.
    Facebook says 66 million people “interacted” with the social network for the eclipse.
  • Uber drivers have earned $50 million in tips in just over 50 days
  • Full transcript: Lyft Director of Product Taggart Matthiesen on Recode Decode
  • Salesforce slides past its $10B annual run rate target
  • This European country may hold an ICO and issue its own cryptocurrency
  • Uber’s first pitch deck
  • Over a third of millennials say they’ll pay for Disney’s streaming service, survey finds
  • Lilium, a German company building an electric ‘air taxi,’ makes key hires from Gett, Airbus and Tesla
  • Top 7 startups from Y Combinator S’17 Demo Day
  • Walmart’s streaming service Vudu hits Apple TV
  • Innovation: HBR : How Gatorade Invented New Products by Revisiting Old Ones
  • Google is sharing its management tools with the world
  • Youtube Recommendation Algorithm 2016 Paper
  • Inside Waymo’s Secret World for Training Self-Driving Cars
  • Ads of future will be 6 seconds