Microsoft AI Can Answer Questions Like Humans

Microsoft has developed an artificial intelligence-based technology that’s capable of answering questions just like humans. The Redmond giant has also revealed that it is planning to expand the technology, so that it would be skilled enough to handle follow-up questions as well. In a recent blog post, Microsoft talked about a new technology it has created… Please follow and like us:

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Are the Amazon Echo and Google Home addictive devices?

Technology addiction is having quite a moment, as evidence mounts that electronic devices, especially smartphones, may contribute to screen-time dependence. That means more scrutiny for the big-name hardware and software companies. Just recently, Apple was chided by its investors for not facilitating more ways to protect children. Stakeholders said that the Cupertino, California-based company should “offer… Please follow and like us:

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New technology: destroyer or creator of jobs?

Workers across the world are increasingly aware of what many consider an existential threat to a wide array of jobs. Safe and efficient autonomous vehicles, for example, may make truck drivers obsolete in the not too distant future. At the same time, advocates of technology argue, people around the planet are finding new and often better… Please follow and like us:

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Why Warren Buffett’s Bleak Prediction Of Cryptocurrencies Is Wrong

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has joined a long line of influential voices from the traditional financial world pouring cold water on increasing enthusiasm for the new — and booming — asset class of cryptocurrencies. “In terms of cryptocurrencies, generally, I can say with almost certainty that they will come to a bad ending,” the chairman and… Please follow and like us:

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Self-Driving Cars: We the people will be the test-dummies

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2018: After facing terrorism, possibilities of North Korean aggression, computer hackers taking over our city grids, cyber-bullying, sexual harassment and numerous serious health concerns, one not-so-widely-understood concern for all Americans should be the eventual arrival of self-driving cars. History of fun The automobile industry has a long history of providing fun and exciting… Please follow and like us:

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Elon Musk says no sex at ‘boring’ party reportedly hosted by VC Steve Jurvetson

One of the supposedly wild Silicon Valley parties mentioned in an excerpt for an upcoming book called “Brotopia” was hosted by famous VC Steve Jurvetson, according to more text from the book, which is set for publication next month. Also, Elon Musk was at the party, and denies there was sex involved. Jurvetson, who left Draper… Please follow and like us:

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Tighten Monitoring Of Chinese Investments, Experts Tell HASC

WASHINGTON: As China forges ahead trying to grab the head of the technology table by throwing money, policy and people at quantum computing and Autonomous Intelligence, the US should carefully watch what companies China invests in or tries to buy. Those were the conclusions of three of the top China and technology experts in Washington who… Please follow and like us:

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Bull Market Should Run Another 3 Years: Goldman

Goldman Sachs says the bull market in U.S. stocks should continue for another three years. In its latest market outlook, Chief U.S. Equity Strategist David Kostin is forecasting a 15% gain in the S&P 500 over that period with a target of 3,100 by the end of 2020 and a 7% gain in the index this… Please follow and like us:

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Death Threats Against FCC Chairman Are Unprecedented and Must Stop

When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rolled back President Barack Obama’s “net neutrality” policy, Chairman Ajit Pai told reporters, “It’s not going to kill democracy.” But could it kill him? Federal officials are certainly concerned, now that a flood of death threats has reached a level most insiders say they’ve never seen. This is “routine for… Please follow and like us:

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Tableau goes Hyper to keep up with customers’ data needs

SEATTLE — Tableau Software is revamping a core part of its technology to analyze data faster, a move intended to keep up with its customers’ increasing big-data needs. The Seattle company, which makes software to visualize analytics, is introducing its so-called Hyper engine in a software update Wednesday. The technology is designed to make the data-visualization… Please follow and like us:

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Insider insight to critical RAID planning and implementation

WASHINGTON, January 10, 2018: System hardware and software failures are inevitable in a typical IT environment. For that reason, redundancy has become a key element of this industry. Addressing this issue on the hardware side, RAID backup and storage plays a crucial role in preventing faults and ensuring the safety and usability of data in the… Please follow and like us:

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Robert Reed: An Amazon-Target deal would mean a very different shopping experience

Sooner rather than later, Amazon is going to buy a big, well-known, traditional retailer. When it does, expect the e-commerce giant to take aim at Target. This is not an idle stretch of the imagination or investor whimsy. A respected tech industry analyst, Gene Munster, has boldly predicted Amazon will acquire Minneapolis-based Target, most likely this… Please follow and like us:

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Tesla Rival Byton Unveils ‘Smartphone on Wheels’

An electric car startup based in China has revealed an ambitious smart vehicle concept that it claims outperforms Tesla in terms of “digital power.” The Byton car, pitched by its makers as an Apple-inspired “smartphone on wheels,” was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Sunday. The electric car was designed by… Please follow and like us:

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The Bank Of England Is Planning A Bitcoin-Style Virtual Currency – But Could It Really Replace Cash?

Governments are extremely worried about cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin. These virtual currencies mean you can make payments without involving the banks that most economies and government financial models are built on. People can transfer large amounts of money without the authorities knowing, potentially making it easier to evade tax or launder money. So several countries’ central… Please follow and like us:

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Apple Experienced More Product Delays Under Tim Cook Compared To Steve Jobs

Product delays under Apple CEO Tim Cook’s tenure have more than doubled compared to his predecessor Steve Jobs, according to analysis by the Wall Street Journal. The report comes as customers wait for the new HomePod, which was revealed in September. The speaker’s release date was initially in December but was pushed back. Delays have led… Please follow and like us:

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