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Should We Fear or Celebrate Artificial Intelligence?

For all the promise and controversy surrounding gains made in artificial intelligence, the research involved still has a long way to go. So much so that many of the fundamental ideas and definitions of such technologies are still being developed. AI as we know it is pretty much a part of our …

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Older Technology May Have Its Advantages

You may recall back in late 2014 when Sony Pictures was the target of a vicious hack that exposed everything from full-length unreleased films to private emails and employee personal information. The hack ultimately forced Sony pictures to shut down both their internet servers and landlines to address the problem. …

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Pentagon Partners with Google for AI Powered Military Drone Program

The potential for artificial intelligence (AI) and the push toward more autonomous uses of technology have already seen success in the commercial space. It’s no surprise then that military application of these technologies is a huge priority for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).  It has recently come to light that the DoD …

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Apple iPad Pro: “What’s a Computer?”

What’s a computer? Apple aims to make that a serious question with the next generation of iPad users. With iPad Pro + iOS 11, a post-PC world may be closer than you think. The commercial is set to the song “Go” by Louis The Child, and shows off the iPad’s …

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Tesla Announces New Semi Truck and Roadster

The innovative folks over at Tesla Motors are at it again. Being one of the first to bring almost fully autonomous driving to the consumer market hasn’t slowed down Elon Musk and his team one bit (missed deadlines and multiple production issues aside). On November 16th, Tesla announced its first fully electric semi truck. The …

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The End of Net Neutrality? What You Need to Know

The issue of net neutrality as an effective policy has been widely debated for some time now. The concept being, in short, that internet service providers (ISPs like Comcast, Verizon etc.) should not be allowed to slow down, speed up or block any legal content accessed by consumers. In other words, all …

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LG’s New Ultra HD TV Is Wallpaper-Thin

Earlier this year LG released its “Signature OLED TV W”  and just like how most tech progresses, this TV is much thinner and lighter than its predecessors. So thin and light, in fact, that it easily bends like wallpaper and can only be attached to a wall via a magnetic wall mount. …

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Rapper Mims Ditches Rap to Become Successful Tech Entrepreneur

Ten years after Mims’ No. 1 single “This is Why I’m Hot,” the rapper talks to “Complex Live” about his new app, RecordGram, which he hopes will help with new artist discovery. Back in May, TechCrunch held their annual Startup Battlefield competition in New York. 19 companies did their best …

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A Bone Conduction ‘Smart Ring’ Is Changing the Way We Use Our Phones

Remember like five years ago when everyone thought the word Bluetooth was a noun describing a thing you stuck in your ear? It took us all a minute getting used to walking through the grocery store, airport, or wherever, realizing the person flapping their gums wasn’t actually talking to us. In the …

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Will Ray J’s Celebrity Status Help His New Green E-Bike Company Succeed?

Celebrities using their fame and fortune to try to branch out in their life’s ventures and aspirations is nothing new. That being said, this one may surprise you—R&B singer Ray J and his business partner Billy Jones have brought a new E-Bike named the Scoot-E-Bike to the market under the brand …

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