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How AI Is Already Changing Business

Sarah Green Carmichael, Harvard Business Review's HBR IdeaCast, July 20, 2017

Erik Brynjolfsson, MIT Sloan School professor, explains how rapid advances in machine learning are presenting new opportunities for businesses. He breaks down how the technology works and what it can and can't do (yet). He also discusses the potential impact of AI on the economy, how workforces will interact with it in the future, and suggests managers start experimenting now. [...read more]

Your Internet privacy could be in trouble. Here's how to protect yourself.

Jhaan Elker, The Washington Post, March 24, 2017

The Senate and House have voted to repeal an FCC ruling that protects your Internet privacy and data from ISPs. This video shares all the steps you can take to protect yourself.

"You're Dead Meat": Cabbie Caught on Video Threatening Uber Driver, Passenger

Hudson Hongo, Gawker, September 13, 2015

Authorities in Ottawa say they're investigating a viral video that appears to show a taxi driver berating and menacing an Uber driver and his fare. According to CBC News, the incident is just the latest confrontation between the city's taxi drivers and Uber operators. [...read more]

Apple Unveils iPhone 6S, and Breaks Own Taboos With Other Offerings

Katie Benner, The New York Times, September 9, 2015

As it nears a size and scope never before approached by a technology company, Apple is doing things its executives said it never would. Apple's co-founder, Steven P. Jobs, once announced that using a stylus with a computing device was passé. But guess what? The company is now offering a stylus, called Apple Pencil, for $100. And in a move sure to make Apple old-timers squirm, the newest version of the iPad, which has an optional keyboard that attaches to the tablet, is even imitating some of the features of Microsoft's competing product, called the Surface. [...read more]

Inside the Brain of Oliver Sacks

Cassi Feldman, 60 Minutes Overtime, August 30, 2015

Oliver Sacks, the renowned neurologist who both studied the brain and wrote about it, who died today, sat down with Morley Safer in 1996 for one of 60 Minutes' most unforgettable profiles. [...read more]

In video, Lindsey Graham demolishes his cellphone

Nick Gass, Politico, July 22, 2015

Rest in peace, Lindsey Graham's Verizon Samsung flip phone. The South Carolina senator's cellphone got inundated with calls on Tuesday after Donald Trump read Graham's personal number during a public speech in his home state. A new video out Wednesday titled "How to Destroy Your Cell Phone With Sen. Lindsey Graham," features the senator employing the use of a meat cleaver, a blender with Red Bull, a golf club and lighter fluid and other destructive means. [...read more]

Brand News: Apple and Microsoft Ads, Starbucks, PayPal, FIFA and More

Shirley Brady, Brandchannel, July 20, 2015

This article shares the latest branding and marketing news - Microsoft introduces Windows 10 with "The Future Starts Now" ad campaign, Apple's latest US TV commercial touts iPhone's apps, Starbucks launches mobile ordering in the UK. [...read more]

John McCain: Donald Trump owes POW families an apology

Tom LoBianco, CNN, July 20, 2015

In his first response directly addressing Donald Trump's comments on his war record, Sen. John McCain said Monday that the real estate mogul should not apologize to him, but should instead apologize to the veterans captured in war and their families. Trump disparaged McCain and other prisoners of war Saturday, in a rapid back-and-forth with Republican pollster Frank Luntz. [...read more]

Senator Elizabeth Warren Is Mad as Hell (Video)

Amy Schatz, Re/code, May 26, 2015

Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is tired of Washington being in the grip of big money and lobbyists. She thinks things need to change. Now. "Too many of the people in Washington do not represent the folks who elected them. They represent the rich and the powerful," the Senator said on Day One of the Code Conference. [...read more]

Watch a very young Mark Zuckerberg explain "the Facebook" on CNBC

Timothy B. Lee, Vox, April 29, 2015

Today, Facebook is one of the biggest and most famous sites on the internet. But that wasn't true 11 years ago, when a young Mark Zuckerberg made one of his first TV appearances to promote his new site, which was then just a few months old. [...read more]

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