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3 N.Y.C. startups out to change how we play, stream and create

NEW YORK — If you take a look across nearly every area of the media and entertainment sectors, you’ll likely find plenty of companies experimenting with an alphabet soup of the latest tech trends — AI (artificial intelligence), VR (virtual reality), and AR (augmented reality). All of them have been on display this week at the New York Media Festival, being held at Manhattan’s Museum of Jewish Heritage.
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