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Big Investors Deny Involvement In Crypto Miner Bitmain's Pre-IPO Funding
Following reports of Bitmain closing a $1 billion pre-IPO investment round, some notable investors have disputed their alleged participation.
Author of Trump-Russia dossier wins libel case in US court
Suit against Christopher Steele by three Russian oligarchs thrown out by judgeThe former MI6 officer Christopher Steele has won a legal battle in the United States against three Russian oligarchs who
The Guardian: World News
How Trulia, ZipRecruiter, Salesforce, and Amplero use AI to power product recommendations
At VentureBeat's Transform 2018 conference, Stewart Rogers, director of marketing technology at VentureBeat, spoke with panelists from ZipRecruiter, Salesforce, Trulia, and Amplero, about AI's role in
Why branding is so hard when it comes to voice
iHeartMedia chief product officer Chris Williams talks about the branding challenge businesses can expect as voice interaction becomes more of a default than a novelty.
‘Everybody feels fragile’: Guy Pearce on fame, family pressures and fatherhood at 50
The actor went from Ramsay Street to Hollywood – but he’s still close friends with Jason Donovan. He talks humility, hype and why he can’t discuss ‘handsy’ co-starsLong before Hollywood actors were
The Guardian: World News
How Autodesk and DigitalGenius are evolving AI customer service beyond chatbots
Advances in machine learning and emotional intelligence are enabling more-capable AI assistants that better understand what people want, and how to help them.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Asian-Americans Need More Movies, Even Mediocre Ones
The cast and director of “Crazy Rich Asians.”
The New York Times: Latest News
Facebook, Google, and Twitter dismantle global Iranian propaganda push
(Reuters) — Facebook, Twitter, and Alphabet collectively removed hundreds of accounts tied to Iranian actors that a cybersecurity firm said on Tuesday were promoting Iran’s geopolitical agenda around
The 23 best movies of the 2000s
This is an excellent list. Nitpick away, but I'm betting there's something new and delightful for you here.My three favorites from the list: Spirited Away: If you've never experienced a Studio Ghibli
Tech & Science
∞ Phil Schiller, stuntman
[VIDEO] This (video embedded in main Loop post) was filmed at the New York Macworld Expo, back in 1999. I find this simply amazing. Phil Schiller, taking one for the team. That is courage!
Tech & Science
Ellation and Crunchyroll announce a new division focused on original content
AT&T-owned digital media company Ellation is moving into the original content business with the launch of Ellation Studios, which will produce series for the company’s anime streaming service
NYC library turns Instagram into ebook reader for ‘Alice in Wonderland’
In an effort to broaden libraries‘ appeal among social media users, the New York Public Library today unveiled an unusual but ingenious use of Instagram. It’s turning full-length novels into ebooks
They Said She Had “No Chance” of Winning. She Proved Them Wrong.
On the day of the Sandy Hook shootings, Jahana Hayes stood in front of her stunned students in Waterbury, Connecticut, “trying to keep them calm, to not ignite any hysteria.” She watched year after
Trump Loyalists Will Cling to Him Like Barnacles on a Sinking Ship
Within a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon, twin legal developments rocked the presidency: Donald Trump’s former campaign boss Paul Manafort was found guilty of tax and bank fraud, and his longtime
New Series ‘Exodus’ Reveals the Human Realities of Climate Change
The Weather Channel offers a sobering look at the present in its latest editorial effort.
Chicago cop posts about ‘libatards’ on Facebook. So TV news station tracks him down, calls him out.
A Chicago TV news station tracked down and interviewed a city cop who dared use a disparaging term for liberals on Facebook. In the comment…
OpenTable explains how to get a lot of value out of a little data
CTO Joseph Essas explains how OpenTable got so much better at predicting what users want by using only a little bit of big data.
New York Times removes reporters' bylines from homepage
They're still on the stories' own URLs, but are gone from the homepage. Eric Lipton, an investigative reporter at the Times, points out: "But names of OP-ED writers still
Pinterest CTO Vanja Josifovski details AI’s present and future challenges
Pinterest CTO Vanja Josifovski talked about AI's present and future challenges at VentureBeat's Transform 2018 summit.
NFL and ESPN attempts to appease Trump on player protests are a lose-lose-lose situation
Hello, and welcome to Round 100 of ESPN vs. Trump vs. the NFL, an obnoxious, nonsensical, mind-numbing round-robin fight where nobody wins and the entire audience loses. Naturally, the proceedings