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A Strategist’s Guide to Blockchain

ould it replace notary publics, manual vote recounts, and the way banks manage transactions?

A Tiny New Chip Could Secure the Next Generation of IoT

The challenge with internet of things security so far has been the cost of implementing hardened features.

A.I. uses cars to predict neighborhood’s politics

"Using easily obtainable visual data, we can learn so much about our communities, on par with some information that takes billions of dollars to obtain via census surveys. More importantly, this research opens up more possibilities of virtually continuous study of our society using sometimes cheaply available visual data."

How Artificial Intelligence Is Powering Everyday Tasks

"[Databases are] so generally useful, they got assigned to all the applications. AI is exactly the same."-Frank Chen

Robot Makes History by Passing Medical Licensing Exam

"General practitioners are in severe shortage in China’s rural areas. We hope AI can help more people access quality medical resource," Qingfeng noted.

What is it like working in a blockchain lab?

Blockchain is getting bigger all the time, introducing the need for specific blockchain labs. But what does a job at a blockchain lab actually entail?

Do you own bitcoin? You could soon have some without even knowing it.

And it might not even be a matter of "if." It’s now just a matter of "when."

Bitcoin and ethereum fall after a $31 million crypto heist

"As Tether is the issuer of the USDT managed asset, we will not redeem any of the stolen tokens, and we are in the process of attempting token recovery to prevent them from entering the broader ecosystem," Tether said.

Welcome to the Era of the AI Coworker

Google had spent the better part of 2016 reworking its translation tool to be powered by AI–and in doing so, it had created something unnervingly powerful.

AI helps detect pre-cancerous colorectal growths

AI has also been tested in reading X-rays and brain scans and even narrowing down the list of possible genetic diseases a patient suffers from simply by analyzing his or her face.