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An article from the MIT Technology Review cites Google’s head of research Alfred Spector as saying that it’s increasingly harder to do computer science research without the backing of corporations.
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For anyone skeptical about the shift toward more automation and less humans, MIT Technology Review shared an infographic back in August that puts things into perspective.
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Today, MIT Technology Review announced the addition of Chris Shipley to its live events team.
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