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Artificial Intelligence Technology Is 'Breaking Out of the Box'

NEW YORK -- We are entering an age of accelerated development of artificial and robotic technology, three panelists told an audience of investors, engineers and journalists recently. "A lot of the things that technology was traditionally...Show More Summary

The Oscars Of The GIF World Needs You

And you! And you and you and you. Kindly turn your attention to the only Vice-approved ceremony of awards season: The GIFYs, a yearly event honoring the gems that sparkle in the dust of this terrible planet known as Internet. Let usShow More Summary

My Biggest Mistake Ever

Idiot!!!! in 1992 In 1992, I had just launched a new business called Video News International. It was the world's first video journalist network. I had trained and equipped more than 100 VJs around the world, many of them highly established...Show More Summary

Silicon Valley's Next Big Hack? Consciousness Itself

By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) Is there something that lies beyond the quantified self movement? This MIT trained, former NASA robotics engineer says yes. Admit it: you've used at least one of those self-improvement apps thinking that it would make you a better person. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Ad Tech Consolidation Doesn't Mean Walled Gardens: BrightRoll's Mosher

Ad-tech M&A is in full-swing. Whilst the industry lumascape looks complex today, large internet operators are snapping up some of the bigger ad tech platform vendors? So, as consolidation occurs, will vendors under new ownership be temped...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) eXelate Launching TV-Mobile Ad Solution: CEO Zagorski

It's been going for seven years with its customer data services. Now eXelate is also one of the companies helping advertisers knit together messaging in the multi-screen era, with some pretty cool-sounding technology. "We've partnered...Show More Summary

No using drones for salmon spotting, says Alaska Fish Board

Alaska is continuing to clamp down on the use of drones to aid in hunting and fishing. The Alaska Board of Game, which sets wildlife regulations, a year ago approved regulations blocking hunters from using remote-control aircraft toShow More Summary

It's Time to Support Software Industry Priorities

The global software industry - exemplified by the unparalleled success of American-born innovation - is changing the way we live. Software creates jobs. It sustains vibrant economies. And it enables us to do amazing things by connecting...Show More Summary

Terminator Robots and AI Risk

Concerns about risk coming from the development of AI have been recently expressed by many computer science researchers, entrepreneurs and scientists, making us wonder: what are we fearing? What does this worrisome thing look like? An overwhelming number of attempts to explain the risk came in the media accompanied by pictures of terminator robots. Show More Summary

Handy Tools Software Developers Love and Why They Love Them

Talk to software developers and these are the tools they'll tell you they love. Technology and software development continue to be among the fastest growing industries in the world right now. As outspoken venture capitalist Marc Andreessen...Show More Summary

Instagram: How It's Changing the World of Photography

The popular smartphone application Instagram has drastically changed the way we look at photography, and further, our world. The photo-worthy moments we share with our followers serve as an important function in cultivating the photographic artistic eye. Show More Summary

Connecting the Dots in Digital Politics

'CONNECTing the dots' is the title of UNESCO's upcoming conference on digital politics (Paris, March 3-4 2015). What kind of lines can we expect to see, connecting the dots in digital politics? In computer engineering, dots are often connected using straight lines. Show More Summary

Can TV Save Local Media?

Over the past few months, it has become hard to avoid stories about cable customers cutting the cord, declining broadcast ratings, increased viewing of streaming TV and advertisers moving budgets from TV to digital video. Even TV executives...Show More Summary

The End of SaaS

Salesforce's famous marketing slogan "The End of Software" needs a facelift. Mr. Benioff's CRM behemoth became the market leader by disrupting the traditional model through the cloud. However, with slowing growth and competition from...Show More Summary

#DigitalAfterlife

"Rest in peace" may no longer be the appropriate and literal sentiment towards the deceased if Facebook and other technology companies have anything to say about it. The phrase "and live on in your digital afterlife" may have to be attached to it. While I doubt those will ever be the words spoken, it just may be more accurate for many. Show More Summary

How ISIS Is Using Marriage as a Trap

Since the fall, ISIS has stepped up its social media campaign (especially in English and French) directed at luring young Western women and teens to be their wives. The recruiting and matchmaking is most often spearheaded by women residing...Show More Summary

7 Marketing Tools to Get You Through the Day

Every day marketing guru's and growth hackers are trying to come up with new ways of using popular tools for their marketing efforts, and we have to be honest with ourselves, there have been some great case studies over the years. In...Show More Summary

Fugoo Speaker Review

The Fugoo is marketed as a "go anywhere speaker" and it's probably true. This is a shockproof, waterproof speaker that would be safe indoors, outdoors, in the shower, on a surf board, dirt biking, in the mud (just wash it off!), snow, sand, getting dropped on concrete, even plopped underwater for up to a half hour at 1 m. Show More Summary

Banning Yik Yak From College Campuses is Counterproductive

Efforts to ban Yik Yak from college campuses violate free speech and are counterproductive No doubt about it: There are some vile posts on Yik Yak and other social media platforms. But just because some people use these platforms toShow More Summary

Why Smartphone Use Helps Develop 21st Century Skills in Higher Education

As I lay by the pool, contemplating how to structure this article on the uses of technology in education, I am rudely awoken from my reverie by a group of yammering high school students hunched over their iPhones. Having lost my train...Show More Summary

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