Digital Summit 2014: Media Wrap Up
MIT Technology Review
6/9/2014 – 6/10/2014
Digital Summit: 2014 Roundup
31 Experts to Follow Who Will Be Discussing the Implications of Tomorrow’s Digital Technologies
Silicon Valley Business Journal
Evernote’s Phil Libin says advertising sucks and apps are dead
‘We’re Nowhere Near Skynet Today,’ Says Top Facebook Engineer
San Francisco Examiner
MIT Summit covers birth, death, and everything connected
Microsoft Planning 7-Day Phone Batteries
Google Exec: Internet of Things Requires ‘Brand New Network’
Microsoft is working on building a smartphone with week-long battery life
(syndicated to Yahoo! News)
Will Federal Privacy Laws Impede Health-Care Consumerization?
Blackphones Coming in Three Weeks, Will Ship in Millions, Backers Say
Security-focused Blackphones launch in three weeks, designed to lock down data
Wall Street Journal
Professor Plans Homes That Can Monitor Residents
Blackphones Coming In Three Weeks, Will Ship in Millions, Backers Say
(syndicated to: CIO, ITWorld, Network World, PC World, and InfoWorld)
More apps coming from an expanding Facebook
(syndicated to: CIO, ITWorld, Computerworld)
Vinod Khosla: The Case for Machines Taking Our Jobs
A Smartphone that Lasts a Week Between Charges? Sorry, No Time Soon
June 11, 2014
Google Calls On Carriers To Craft IoT plans
Privacy-Protecting ‘Blackphone’ to Ship in Three Weeks
Microsoft: Get Ready For A Week Long Smartphone Battery
Microsoft in hunt for the practical qubit: Looking for a technique that scales
Microsoft wants to deliver smartphones with 1 week of battery life
The inside story of how ChatGPT was built from the people who made it
Exclusive conversations that take us behind the scenes of a cultural phenomenon.
ChatGPT is about to revolutionize the economy. We need to decide what that looks like.
New large language models will transform many jobs. Whether they will lead to widespread prosperity or not is up to us.
Sam Altman invested $180 million into a company trying to delay death
Can anti-aging breakthroughs add 10 healthy years to the human life span? The CEO of OpenAI is paying to find out.
GPT-4 is bigger and better than ChatGPT—but OpenAI won’t say why
We got a first look at the much-anticipated big new language model from OpenAI. But this time how it works is even more deeply under wraps.
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