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wired.com - 4 readers - Computers match or surpass top humans in a wide variety of games: Othello, Scrabble, backgammon, poker, even <em>Jeopardy</em>. But not Go. It's the one classic game where wetware still dominates hardware.
adage.com - 5 readers - In 1994, P&G CEO Ed Artzt warned that ad-supported media was in danger. He was right -- and brands are paying the price.
readwrite.com - 4 readers - Google is cornering the talent market in AI and robotics to dominate the next era of computing.
qz.com - 3 readers - This article has been corrected. The average person with an Android smartphone is using it to search the web, from a browser, only 1.25 times per day, says Roi Carthy, head of special projects at Tel Aviv-based mobile startup Everything.Me. That isn’t just bad news for Google, which still relies on ads placed along search results for...
theverge.com - 4 readers, 99 Tweets - Two separate studies released this week are announcing a bleak future for the West Antarctic Ice Sheet — and an accompanying sea-level rise across the globe. Both groups of researchers conclude...
nbcnews.com - 6 readers - The Justice Department filed criminal charges against five hackers in the Chinese military Monday, accusing them of stealing American trade secrets through c...