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How chatbots can help your company hire the right person


GUEST: The dawn of the Internet at the end of the 20th century was one of the first significant shifts seen by the recruiting industry in decades.

How Apple uses machine learning


In case you missed it, there’s a post on Medium by Steven Levy that explains everything you might want to know about how machine learning works at Apple.

It takes vigilance: How to spot your big chance to pivot


GUEST: We’ve all heard the statistic: 90 percent of startups will fail. And a big reason why is that they don’t recognize and realize the need to change — whether that’s a partial or a complete transformation.

Leap Motion’s Interaction Engine puts the handy into hand-tracking


Controller-free hand-tracking company Leap Motion is preparing for the day we ditch our position-tracked controllers with its new Interaction Engine, which is launching as an Early Access Beta today.

Math Camp shuttering Shorts and Roll apps on August 30 following Pinterest acquisition


More than a month after it was acquired by Pinterest, Math Camp announced in emails to users that it is shutting down its photo sharing apps Shorts and Roll at 12:01 a.m.

How multi-platform thinking helped Swell reach 100,000 users in one month


GUEST: The moment I’m writing this, our bot Swelly has 33,349 daily active users sending 533,176 messages..

Dexmo Exoskeleton glove helps you feel objects that exist in VR


A company called Dexta Robotics recently unveiled a new product that could end up revolutionizing the way VR hand-tracking and interaction takes place.

In 5 years, the Midwest will have more startups than Silicon Valley


GUEST: Four years ago, I was a partner at Sequoia Capital, where Drew Houston, Brian Chesky, and a daunting parade of dent-making founders routinely proved that disruption happens in Silicon Valley like nowhere else.

How one VR studio built a ‘Magic School Bus’ for Lockheed Martin


Framestore recently built a magic school bus for Lockheed Martin that could take children on a trip to Mars.

How self-driving cars will drive demand for high-end chips


Google has been a leader in the nascent field of self-driving cars. The technology for those cars will not only push the limits of artificial intelligence and machine vision software, they will also push semiconductor chip technology and hardware systems.

Booed off stage: 5 things standup comedy taught me about launching a startup


GUEST: In September 2013, I sold my second startup, automated lead-generation platform Marketfish, and found myself with the free time to pursue one of my great passions on the side of my professional pursuits: standup comedy.

Malware found at Iran petrochemical plants not linked to recent fires


(Reuters) – Iran has detected and removed malicious software from two of its petrochemical complexes, a senior military official said on Saturday, after announcing last week it was investigating whether recent petrochemical fires were caused by cyber attacks.

Borsch: a neural-network based food app from Russian programmers


After Prisma, the much-hyped mobile app that instantly transforms pictures into artwork, and Artisto, a similar app for videos, Russian programmers are affirming their particular talent in developing technologies inspired by neural networks.

How this developer built a Slack bot to help him find an apartment in San Francisco


Someday, sooner than you think, chatbots will be deployed to help us with mundane tasks. My daughter, who just got married this past June, could have used one to help her find the best deals on a wedding dress.

Turkey’s puzzle game maker Gram Games shoots for another big hit with Six!


First came 1010! Then Merged! And now there’s Six! That’s a lot of exclamation points from Gram Games, the Turkish company that has specialized in hit puzzle titles for smartphones and tablets.

4 reasons data scientists are falling in love with bots


GUEST: Companies have invested over $4 billion to create bots and analyze the resulting data, which is now being generated by millions of users around the globe.

Mobile gaming rules TV in the dog days of summer


GUEST: Apparently, viewers are hyped on vikings, race cars, and mobile militaries With no console games charting, mobile brands dominate the leaderboard, featuring familiar names like Supercell, Machine Zone and King.

Here’s how shoppable video will (finally) work


GUEST: The dream of being able to buy a product directly from a TV show dates back to the beginning of the new millennium.

GE and Cisco face off over industrial IoT


GUEST: Corporate giants are in an all-out race to dominate the widely coveted Internet of Things (IoT) landscape.

Chatsbot are the new king of mobile


Much has been written recently about the rise of chatbots and their potential to change consumer interactions with businesses.


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