What exactly separates people from machines? Two things, actually: creativity and empathy.
We don't want to replace reality. We just want to nudge it a little -- according to a new study that tags AR as ready to overtake VR.
People hopeful that the Murdoch sons would dial back the Fox News propaganda machine: Don't hold your breath.
No, I cannot imagine Facebook still bringing people closer together in 2264 -- or Google, or Apple. They are all products of a very specific era.
It may seem cool to have all of these video choices, but one thing is certain: This is going to get messy.
As the term becomes more ubiquitous and the hype gets greater and greater, it becomes harder to sort through the noise.
Many have passed through the crucible of all that is Google and have emerged on the other side. Let's discuss three of these people.
If there was any doubt that we're in a trade war with China, this week will crystallize our offensive attack.
Number one: A focused presentation with a clear goal sharpens the deck.
While algorithms have a lot of power, they are deeply flawed, non-transparent, and inherently greedy.