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GOOGLE IS ALREADY LATE TO CHINA'S AI REVOLUTION

Posted by CADE METZ BUSINESS on Thursday, June 8, 2017
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    GOOGLE IS ALREADY LATE TO CHINA'S AI REVOLUTION

    Google chairman Eric Schmidt in Wuzhen.

    NOAH SHELDON FOR WIRED

    SITTING ON A stage in Wuzhen, China, a historic city up the river from Shanghai, Google chairman Eric Schmidt described what he called "the age of intelligence."

    But he wasn't talking about human intelligence. He meant machine intelligence. He trumpeted the rise of deep neural networksand other techniques that allow machines to learn tasks largely on th...


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Roku to stream 4K Ultra HD Netflix on future models

Posted by @NateIngraham on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 In : 848FINACE 

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CES is a prime occasion for all parts of the TV industry to promote the slow but inevitable march to 4K becoming widely adopted, from TV manufacturers to content providers. This year, Roku is among the companies making 4K a priority — the company has just announced that it plans to support 4K Ultra HD streaming in future models. To start pushing the format forward, the company has built a Roku TV reference model to license out to smart TV manufacturers, and Chinese manufacturing gian...


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7 Signs of a Toxic Culture at Work

Posted by Bernard Marr on Saturday, December 6, 2014 In : 848FINACE 


Do you dread your job as much on Friday as you do on Monday? Do you dread going into the office or interacting with a particular co-worker? Are you chronically stressed out or anxious at work?

We often continue working in a job even when the culture is making us unhappy. It's like that old analogy of frogs in hot water: If you put a frog into hot water, it would jump out. But if you put it into cold water that slowly starts to boil it would happily sit there until it is cooked.

What star...


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Google Glass Loses Focus of Some Developers

Posted by Alistair Barr on Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Elliott Gittelsohn takes a picture with Google GOOGL +0.48% Glass while wearing a SENSOREE Mood Sweater at the Glazed Conference in San Francisco, California on Sept. 30, 2013.
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Google’s Glass is losing support among some developers who are focusing on devices such as smartwatches that they hope will be more socially acceptable than the controversial Internet-connected eyewear.

Twitter TWTR +1.03% stopped developing its Glass app about a month ago in fav...


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Is American Higher Education In Crisis?

Posted by Jeff Selingo on Friday, November 7, 2014 In : 848FINACE 
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Jeff Selingo

Jeff SelingoInfluencer

Author, COLLEGE (UN)BOUND | Columnist | Speaker


Going to college is one of the biggest investments—if not the biggest one—families will make in their lifetimes. In some circles, the pressure to get a jump-start on the college search process to get into the “right” school is intense, although half of American colleges have become less selective in the last 50 years. In other words, it’s easier to get accepted than ever before at many colleges.

There are, of c...


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Five Things You Owe Your Employer - And Five You Don't

Posted by Liz Ryan on Friday, November 7, 2014 In : 848FINACE 
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CEO and Founder, Human Workplace


Back in the old days there were working hours. You went to work and then around five p.m., you packed up your stuff and went home. If there were an emergency you might stay until five-thirty.

Those days are gone! White-collar work, sometimes called Knowledge Work, is never done. Your immediate To Do list might have twenty items on it, but right behind the immediate To Do list is a supplemental To Do list with another forty action items o...


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Are You Good Enough For Google?

Posted by Chief Branding Officer:Michael Peggs on Friday, November 7, 2014 In : 848FINACE 


Michael Peggs

Michael Peggs

Exactly one month ago I gave up the golden handcuffs keeping me at Google. I left to build full-time, and I haven't looked back. Except when people have asked, and it happens almost every day. To be exact, 118 people have questioned why I quit and just as many have sought my guidance on getting in. If you want a job at Google or other top companies, here's my take.

It's a wonderful life if you can make the cut.

Volleyball, olympic size pools and personal trainers. Rock wall...


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7 Steps to Finding Your Professional Mission

Posted by Sallie Krawcheck on Thursday, October 30, 2014 In : 848FINACE 


Fast Company has published the next installment of its Generation Flux series, in which they outline how “professional missions” can help shape careers in times of rapid change. The idea of having a “professional mission” is not something I’ve ever really articulated to myself; but it turns out I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about it…..crafting and refining mine.…without really knowing that’s what I was doing. It has helped me forge a career path....ok, make that "p...


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7 Very Telling Signs Your Job is a Poor Fit

Posted by Dr. Marla Gottschalk on Thursday, October 30, 2014 In : 848FINACE 


At some point in our work lives, many of us will find ourselves in the wrong job. I hear of this often. Specific fault can be difficult (and futile) to assign. However, one day you might look around to find that your work life is dangerously out of sync. Nothing is more alarming than throwing yourself into your role — and realizing things have taken an obvious turn. The important element here? Identifying the problem for what it really is (in very short shrift), and acting to make c...


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The Single Worst Marketing Decision You Can Make

Posted by Ryan Holiday on Thursday, October 30, 2014 In : 848FINACE 

Make something people want.

—Paul Graham

You know what the single worst marketing decision you can make is? Starting with a product nobody wants or nobody needs.

Yet for years, this was a scenario that marketers tolerated and accepted as part of the job. We all told ourselves that “you go to market with the product you have, not the one you want.” And then we wondered why our strategies failed—and why those failures were so expensive.

What attracted me to growth hacking from the v...


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