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14 July 2019
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Companies such as Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, and Microsoft are investing in research and development of A.I. , which will benefit the ecosystem in bringing A.I. closer to consumers. Also, many A.I. researchers have abandoned academia altogether and flocked to these companies. These companies are without a doubt at the forefront of A.I. research.
 My posts
A.I. is here with us. Link

 Free ideas
A fire alarm that plays Nelly - "Hot In Here" when triggered.

 News from everywhere
Netflix Hangouts: Watch Netflix at work by making it look like you’re on a conference call. Link

Google's new tool to supercharge your social life: Google’s experimental incubator Area 120 unveiled its latest project. It’s an app called Shoelace, and its goal is to help people find things to do with other people who share their interests. Link

The Families Who Use Slack and Asana at Home: Stretched for time, some households are starting to operate more like businesses.

New Workers of the World: What an astonishing, disquieting time to be a working person. In much of the world, young people from poor families are easily outearning their parents. Link.

California Typewriter: Cultural historians, collectors, and various celebrity obsessives, including Tom Hanks and John Mayer, launch us into the bittersweet moment when a beloved-but-dying technology, the typewriter, faces extinction. Link

 Books everyone should read
Scaling Teams: Strategies for Building Successful Teams and Organizations. Link
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