• 72% Of Consumers Expect AI To Eliminate More Jobs Than It Creates
    More than half (55%) are concerned about the long-term impact of AI on their livelihood, according to a new study.
  • 71% Of Americans Afraid To Ride In Self-Driving Vehicles
    The most common reasons are that people will not trust them (53%) and will not want to give up driving themselves (52%).
  • Here Come The Banking Chatbots
    The operational cost savings from using chatbots in banking is projected to reach $7.3 billion globally by 2023,
  • Consumers Tap Smart Speakers For Questions About Music
    The majority (55%) of consumers use their smart speakers to ask questions about music, according to a survey.
  • Streaming Music Leads Smart Speakers
    Smart speakers have many uses, but listening to streaming music services tops the list, although just barely ahead of asking questions.
  • Planning For Self-Driving Cars Vs. Making Money From Them
    The mayor of Pittsburgh, William Peduto, issued an executive order detailing expectations for the testing of self-driving cars in that city.
  • Fitbit Plans Rewards To Incent Fitness
    Consumers with Fitbit devices can earn points for activities, then redeem points for discounts on Fitbit or rewards from other companies.
  • Macy's Adding AR Beauty Features, YouCam Expands In-Store Magic Mirrors
    The retailer is teaming with L'Oreal's ModiFace to add an AR feature to more than 1,000 beauty products across major brands.
  • Social Robot Jibo Tells Owners Of Its Own Demise
    Sometimes in the Internet of Things, the death of a product can be long-lived. Owners of the cute social robot Jibo are now going the way of the Microsoft Band.
  • Microsoft Pulling Plug On Fitness Tracker Support
    Owners of the devices can continue to use their trackers after May 31, although web-connected features won't be available anymore, according to Microsoft.
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