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Business Impact

New York’s new wage law for Uber drivers is a lesson for cities around the world

Alex Rosenblat rode along with Uber drivers for 5,000 miles. We talked with her about the huge impact the law could have.

Intelligent Machines

A radical new neural network design could overcome big challenges in AI

Researchers borrowed equations from calculus to redesign the core machinery of deep learning so it can model continuous processes like changes in health.

Sustainable Energy

China’s losing its taste for nuclear power. That’s bad news.

Once nuclear’s strongest booster, China is growing wary about its cost and safety.

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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.

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Technology innovations: The future of AI and blockchain

A survey conducted at the EmTech MIT conference, September 11-14, 2018, and online, yielded some interesting responses on how technology is changing our lives.

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Digital transformation sparks innovation in networking

The network needs to keep pace with the demands of exciting new technologies like containers and microservices, according to presenters at a recent industry event. The first step in that process is changing the culture.

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For data-savvy marketers, there’s a new keyword: Intent

As more companies look to machine learning for insights, marketers need to use new tools and technology to engage potential customers at the right time and place.

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