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.@451Research explains how AI can revolutionize DC infrastructure management. #HuaweiBlog
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Octopuses are not aliens, but boy are they a bunch of beautiful weirdos #CephalopodWeek
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Apple hires key ARM chip designer as it plots transition from Intel for the Mac by @ChanceHMiller
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The Office is leaving Netflix

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Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony say Trump’s tariffs on China will hurt the game industry, cost consumers hundreds of millions of dollars, and sacrifice American jobs.
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The first AI #universe sim is fast and accurate—and its creators don't know how it works @PNASNews
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Machine learning makes a better Luke Skywalker hand for picking up and putting down bottles, holding a notebook, or dueling Darth Vader.
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I went to Cannes to party with the ad industry.

The beaches were topless, the rosé was bottomless, the expense accounts endless.

I managed to write a column:

The global economy runs on parties. The robots may take over, but schmoozing will never die.

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Two #Florida cities—Riviera Beach and Lake City—have recently paid a total $1.1 million to cybercriminals to recover their important files encrypted by #ransomware malware.

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