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Natural Language & The New ‘Living’ Room

Wired: “Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are all racing to build systems that recognize and truly understand natural language—how you and I talk. If they can put this technology not only in your living room, but in your pocket and elsewhere, they can become the hub of everything you do online. Google wants to retain its […] [...]

By Tim Manners/Brand X Ventures | Dec 16th, 2016 | , , , , , , ,

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Algorithms Are People Too

Wired: “Yes, everything on the Internet is a mix of the human and inhuman. Automated algorithms play a very big role in some services, like, say, the Google Search Engine. But humans play a role in these services too. Humans whitelist and blacklist sites on the Google Search Engine. They make what you might think […] [...]

By Tim Manners/Brand X Journal | Sep 20th, 2016 | , ,

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Cannes Job: The Facebook (Data) Invasion

The New York Times: “Google and Facebook have upended the old order by taking ownership of the new one, claiming nearly two-thirds of the $60 billion online advertising market last year and on course to take more this year … Therefore, the word of the week in Cannes was ‘duopoly’.” “While Google has usually been […] [...]

By Tim Manners/Brand X Ventures | Jun 28th, 2016 | , , , ,

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Experience vs. Energy

It is an ongoing argument within the business world; does the new perspective of a younger view outweigh the experience of the old dog?  When I think “Businessman” I generally see an older man with a leather brown briefcase and a pinstripe suit, but what if I should be imagining a young man or woman in their […] [...]

By MineTech | Mar 7th, 2016 | , , , , ,

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