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Connectivity

Google has enlisted NASA to help it prove quantum supremacy within months

The firm will pit its Bristlecone quantum processor against a classical supercomputer early next year and see which comes out on top.

Business Impact

Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin says his creation can’t succeed unless he takes a step back

At Ethereum’s annual developer conference, its founder tells us why his technology can only be truly decentralized if it stops depending on him.

Business Impact

You can now hire a video game coach to turn you into a Fortnite expert

With the growth in e-sports, more gamers are investing in some personal tutoring to help them progress. We paid a Fortnite coach to teach us his top tips.

View from the Marketplace

Professional services firms see huge potential in machine learning

B2B marketers share strong convictions about how data analytics can help them understand—and reach—their customers. The more benefits they have witnessed, the greater possibilities they see.

View from the Marketplace

Machine learning teaches marketers to cultivate a growth mindset

Marketers have moved past merely producing effective creative messaging to striving to drive business growth. In the digital era, they’re looking to data—and technologies such as machine learning—to predict and deliver on customers’ needs.

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