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The coal miner who became a data miner

In her old life, it was not unusual for Annie Evans to find herself standing in the pouring rain outside of a coal mine...

Nvidia is surging after its income more than doubled year-over-year

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang announced ballooning GPU business and big bets on divisions like autonomous driving continue to look better and better, with the...

Chatty chatbots and the ‘time to frustration’

By Kumar Srivastava, who works in financial services building products that converge big data, analytics, cloud, mobile and digital Chatbots have been getting a lot...

Automated Empathy in the Contact Center of the Future

Customer service is one of the biggest competitive differentiators for today’s businesses. At the same time, advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are...

Amazon Strategy: Building New Business Pillars In AI

Amazon is the exception to nearly every rule in business. Rising from humble beginnings as a Seattle-based internet bookstore, Amazon has grown into a propulsive force...

Can Alexa Lie?

A recent tabloid piece featuring a video of a woman asking Alexa if it was connected to the CIA. At the time, the Echo...

Prof. Gary Marcus of NYU on today’s limits of artificial intelligence

Interview by Alice Lloyd George, an investor at RRE Ventures and the host of Flux, a series of podcast conversations with leaders in frontier technology. It’s hard...

What’s the Future of Chatbots? Listen to Experts

Chatbots and AI—what makes them so engaging? How can banks and financial institutions utilize bots to improve the relationship with consumers, while driving engagement? This was...

Voice: The Next Computing Empire

This article is the first in a two-part series aimed at exploring the rapidly developing state of voice computing from the investor's perspective. In...

How to Maximize Engagement With Intelligent Apps

With intelligent apps topping the list of strategic trends for 2017, bridging the gap between man and machine is coming much closer to reality....