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    WTF is machine learning? -  It’s no coincidence that Alan Turing, one of the most influential computer scientists of all time, started his 1950 treatise on computing with the question “Can machines think?&..iction to our research labs, we have long questioned whether the creation of artificial versions of ourselves will somehow help us uncover the origin of our own consciousness… Read More

    What we learned about Elon Musk’s Mars plan in his Reddit AMA -  Elon Musk, founder and CEO of SpaceX, hosted a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” this afternoon. He noted that the AMA should focus on SpaceX’s plans for Mars, which Musk revealed duri..Astronautical Congress last month. This will be under /r/spacex, not the general AMA. Meant to be supplemental to the IAC talk. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 23, 2016… Read More

    The NFL: Twitter’s Kingmaker? -  The NFL has a distinguished history of successful partnerships with upstart media companies. When it became the home of Sunday Night Football in 1987, ESPN’s unprecedented growth accelera..d its NFC Sunday afternoon package to Fox, firmly establishing it as the fourth major broadcast network in the U.S. This fall the NFL is working with another new media partner… Read More

    UK spy agency GCHQ paid NZ firm Endace to power Internet fiber-optic taps -  The 2013 Snowden documents revealed UK intelligence agency GCHQ to be tapping into the undersea cables that carry Internet traffic, covertly gathering vast amounts of digital comms data under a surveillance program code-named Tempora — apparently with the help of commercial partners. Read More

    Happy 15th Birthday, iPod -  It’s been 15 years since Apple first released the classic iPod. It was the first device to usher in what would become, in many respects, the age of Apple. Since its launch Apple’s m..come (to many people) the gold standard. Other folks had launched digital music players before Apple. But none had Apple’s cache, or the weight of iTunes’ amazing… Read More