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AI ‘more dangerous than nukes’: Elon Musk still firm on regulatory oversight

Video: Is regulating AI a bad idea? Entrepreneur Elon Musk has long held the position that innovators need to be aware of the social risk artificial intelligence (AI) presents to the future, but at South by Southwest (SXSW) on Sunday, the SpaceX founder pieced together his plan for the second coming of the Dark Ages, noting AI “scares the hell” out of him. special feature AI and the Future of Business Machine learning, task automation and robotics are already widely…

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How to Develop a Brand Story That Attracts Great Talent

To recruit top talent, focus on branding. March 12, 2018 7 min read This story originally appeared on Glassdoor It’s not just your recruiters who get the talent to join — it’s your brand, too. The recruiter has their work cut out for them, sure, but ultimately it’s your brand story that informs prospects of what kind of company you are. You need to convey the best aspects of your company via a cohesive brand narrative that communicates what your…

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Riassunto: EyeArt™, il software per lo screening della retinopatia diabetica basato sull’intelligenza artificiale sviluppato da Eyenuk Inc., è stato collaudato con un dispositivo di imaging basato su smartphone portatile in un nuovo studio che ne ha …

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)– EyeArt™, il software per lo screening della retinopatia diabetica basato sull’intelligenza artificiale sviluppato da Eyenuk Inc., è stato collaudato con un dispositivo di imaging basato su smartphone portatile in un nuovo studio che ne ha dimostrato il potenziale quale strumento di screening di massa della retinopatia altamente sensibile ed economico Eyenuk, Inc., una prestigiosa società impegnata nello sviluppo di soluzioni avanzate basate sull’intelligenza artificiale (IA) e clinicamente comprovate per l’identificazione di disturbi tramite l’analisi di immagini della…

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‘We’re not trying to blow up the world’ with tariffs

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Wednesday that President Donald Trump has indicated a degree of flexibility on tariffs for Canada and Mexico. “We’re not trying to blow up the world. There’s no intention of that,” Ross said in an interview with CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “The president indicated the other day he has a willingness to provide an exemption to Canada and Mexico.” “We’re not looking for a trade war. We’re going to have very sensible relations with our…

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US: Stocks rise ahead of inflation, retail sales data, Stocks

Mon, Mar 12, 2018 – 10:42 PM [NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks advanced early Monday, keeping positive momentum from last week’s strong jobs report ahead of key data releases on US inflation and retail sales. About 25 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was at 25,406.97, up 0.3 per cent. The broad-based S&P 500 added 0.2 per cent at 2,792.63, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index gained 0.3 per cent to 7,585.93. Investor sentiment remained upbeat at the…

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As Sensex gains 611 points, investor wealth surges by Rs 1.78 trn

Investor wealth on Monday rose by Rs 1.78 trillion, helped by a smart rally in the stock market, where the benchmark Sensex spurted by 611 points — its biggest single-day gain in two years. Led by the robust surge in stocks, the total market capitalisation of BSE-listed companies went up by Rs 1783.9 billion to Rs 144520.09 billion. The Sensex surged 610.80 points to end at 33,917.94. “After 10 per cent correction from the all-time high levels surrounded…

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Barclays hands more than £20m in shares to senior executives following JP Morgan Chase hires

Barclays has today handed out more than £20m in shares to its senior executives, despite missing profit expectations. The bank has given senior executives £22.2m in shares, despite undershooting profit expectations and posting a £1.9bn loss in 2017. Read more: Barclays shares surge despite missing profit expectations The value of the share package has been significantly inflated by awards to several senior executives who missed out on payments at JP Morgan Chase when they were hired by Barclays. Tim Throsby,…

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Punish a Muslim letter: Government urged to tighten laws around Islamaphobia

A Tory former minister has urged the Government to introduce a “proper legal definition of Islamophobia” after reports that anti-Islamic letters were posted across the country. Anna Soubry made the call as minister Victoria Atkins condemned the contents of the “Punish a Muslim Day” letters as “abhorrent”. This weekend, West Yorkshire Police confirmed it had around six reports of such letters, including Bradford. Councillor Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem, Bradford Moor) received the letter to his business address in Leeds Road. Social…

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The way forward for cryptocurrencies

The rapid rise of cryptocurrencies, as exemplified by the huge run-up in demand in the third and fourth quarters of 2017, shows positive signs of continuing in 2018. While crypto-investors force a shift in the way the current global financial system operates, another dynamic is developing. Increasingly, a sentiment is developing among the cryptocurrency trading community that blockchain technology represents a welcome and positive step forward towards a more equitable global monetary system. Among the myriad of problems afflicting the…

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Welsh Government | Economy Secretary in China to strengthen trade links

He is joined by 25 Welsh companies and organisations including Aircovers in Wrexham, Cradoc’s Savoury Biscuits in Brecon and Teddington Engineered Solutions in Llanelli who are part of the largest Welsh trade delegations to travel to China for 10 years. The Economy Secretary will host St David’s Day themed receptions in Shanghai and Hong Kong to promote Wales as an outward facing and forward looking nation, keen to build and cement links with global trading partners. He will meet potential…

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Goldman Sachs’s Heir Apparent — David Solomon: DealBook Briefing

“Harvey has been a mentor to many, and his influence has made an indelible impact on generations of professionals at Goldman Sachs,” Mr. Blankfein said in a news release. “I want to thank Harvey for all he’s done for the firm.” Mr. Solomon joined Goldman Sachs in 1999 and previously served as co-head of its investment banking division. — Chad Bray Critic’s corner Anthony Currie of Breakingviews writes: “If Solomon does take the reins, it would end some 12 years…

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The Upsides of Disclosing Your Religion, Sexual Orientation, or Parental Status at Work

Executive Summary A person’s gender, race, and age are often fairly obvious at first introduction. But many other meaningful characteristics — such as a person’s religion, sexual orientation, or parental status — are not immediately visible. People whose invisible characteristics are commonly stigmatized or devalued in the workplace have to make decisions regarding if, when, how, and to whom they will disclose these identities to while weighing the costs and benefits of their choices. Undoubtedly, prejudice and discrimination post-disclosure do…

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GKN rejects Melrose’s new hostile £8bn bid | Business

Melrose increased its hostile takeover bid for GKN to £8bn on Monday, but the industrial giant was joined by britain’s biggest trade union in urging shareholders to reject the offer from a suitor its critics accuse of operating as an asset-stripper. However, a sizeable investor in both companies indicated it would accept the improved cash and shares bid from Melrose, which was worth 442p a GKN share at the close of business on Monday, a little ahead of the closing…

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Apple acquires digital magazine platform Texture

Image copyright Apple Image caption Apple is to acquire digital magazine subscription service Texture Apple is buying the magazine app subscription service Texture for an undisclosed amount. Texture offers US-based users unlimited access to more than 200 titles for a monthly fee of $9.99 (£7.19). It is currently owned by Next Issue Media, which is backed by magazine publishers Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp, Rogers Communications, and Time Inc. Apple said it was “committed to quality journalism from trusted…

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Meghan Markle tells fans she is ‘very excited’ about her big day

Meghan Markle told well-wishers today she is ‘very excited’ about her wedding, with just over two months to go to the big day. She chatted to schoolchildren and teachers outside Westminster Abbey after attending the Commonwealth service, her first official royal engagement with the Queen.  Meghan, 36, joined her fiancé Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to meet a line-up of around 100 pupils in Dean’s Yard at the back of the Abbey. ‘The service was beautiful,…

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