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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 10/2/2017
Data is at the heart of all digital transformations, so it's no surprise to that many startups are building their propositions around the collection, analysis and presentation of data.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/29/2017
Elon Musk is quite possibly the most outspoken man on the planet, with his hugely ambitious ideas such as the hyperloop and car tunnels under major cities. His newest idea might be his craziest yet, however: City-to-city travel by rocket. (See Elon Musk Might Build a Hyperloop Network After All.)
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/29/2017
It's pretty obvious by now that artificial intelligence (AI) is going to usher in many new products and services we haven't even thought of yet. In an effort to understand more about how AI is affecting the technology industry, TechX365 spoke to Ovum Principal Analyst Michael Azoff about the next great technological shift.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/28/2017
Dyson is best known for its vacuum cleaners and hand dryers, but company founder Sir James Dyson has announced the company is now working on an electric car, which he says will be "unique and different."
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/26/2017
Nvidia has been developing its smart city platform, Metropolis, for a while, but today it's welcoming two new significant and sizeable partners, Huawei and Alibaba, to advance development.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/25/2017
Microsoft, best known for Windows and Office, is also a major player in another key area -- developer platforms. Today, the software and cloud giant is launching a number of new AI-focused products at its Ignite conference in an effort to catch up with Google, the sector's market leader.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/19/2017
Artificial intelligence and "superintelligence" are very real things, with the likes of Google and Apple, among others, actively developing machine learning-powered networks to solve everyday problems. But while the tech community is fascinated by and engaged with such capabilities, it's unclear what the general public thinks of the development. So Rick ...
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/15/2017
Companies are not advancing fast enough and are not equipped well enough to cope with the increasing use of technology in the workplace, according to research conducted by TalkTalk Business.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 9/11/2017
Waymo is pressing on with its goal of getting self-driving cars on the road, and today it has revealed a little bit about what that goal constitutes. James Stout, lead software engineer at the Alphabet-owned company, has written a blog post about how it uses simulation to teach the cars how to drive in the real world.
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