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How Google Chromebooks Conquered Schools

The Google Chromebook, a type of stripped-down laptop, isn’t a practical mobile device for many people – mostly because it basically turns into an...

Ensuring a Diversity of Data in AI-Led Self-Service

“Diversity” is a common theme today, and it often manifests in public and private organizations seeking to bring a wide variety of faces and...

Google Develops Custom Security Chip for Servers

Google creates a vacuum of excitement wherever it goes. Since last year, when the company said that it had devised a custom chip for...

Why tech billionaires are throwing millions at ethical AI

Worried about a dystopian future in which AI rule the world and humans are enslaved to autonomous technology? You're not alone. So are billionaires...

Microsoft’s CEO: AI should help people, not replace them

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has spoken out on how artificial intelligence should not be seen as a way of replacing humans. The leader made...

Three Different Kinds Of Companies Working On Machine Learning Today

By Auren Hoffman, CEO, SafeGraph There are three different types of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence companies: The Superrich, the Servicers, and the Innovators. Superrich:...

Breakthroughs in social media in 2016: fake news, successful AI chatbots

By Krzysztof Makjowski, Gemius consulting What changes did 2016 bring to social media? A question which might be worth asking aside is: what is social media,...

Apple leaps into AI research with improved unsupervised learning

Corporate machine learning research may be getting a new vanguard in Apple. Six researchers from the company’s recently formed machine learning group published a paperthat...

Why the Computing Cloud Will Keep Growing and Growing

Jeff Bezos of Amazon, along with a couple of his rivals, may eventually control much of the $1 trillion global market for business computers...

How Google Is challenging AWS; product vs. platform

Big companies are often criticized for having “missed” the future — from the comfortable perch of a present where said future has come to...