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Daily Mail
Would you MARRY a robot? Artificial intelligence will allow people to find lasting love with machines,
Would you MARRY a robot?
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
Artificial intelligence will allow people to find lasting love with machines, expert claims Cloud computing could allow machines to become far more life-like Robots could become the 'perfect companion' for many... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Google seeks driverless talent as Google X jobs advertisedGoogle is keeping itself busy with its driverless car project, with the company
Google seeks driverless talent as Google X jobs advertised
Computer Business Review / Posted 6 hours ago
Google is keeping itself busy with its driverless car project, with the company now looking for new people to join its R&D team. The listed jobs including marking managers, operation managers, engineers for hardware, software and manufacturing, and... Read more
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Computer Business Review
DataCentred OpenStack public cloud to support HMRC digital tax platformDataCentred has been awarded a governmental contract to provide HMRC with its O
DataCentred OpenStack public cloud to support HMRC digital tax platform
Computer Business Review / Posted 3 days ago
DataCentred has been awarded a governmental contract to provide HMRC with its OpenStack public cloud to support HMRC's multi-channel digital tax platform (MDTP). British open source cloud computing and data centre services provider DataCentred, who... Read more
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The Irish Times
Greenbean Novel Fair 2016 finalists announcedTwelve aspiring novelists have been selected from almost 275 applicants to part
Greenbean Novel Fair 2016 finalists announced
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
Twelve aspiring novelists have been selected from almost 275 applicants to participate in the Greenbean Novel Fair 2016, an annual Irish Writers Centre initiative which will take place on Saturday, February 20th. Now in its fifth year, the event aims... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Zim, England clash in Under-19 W/Cup The Zimbabwe Under-19 cricket team will be looking to put one foot into the q
Zim, England clash in Under-19 W/Cup
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 8 days ago
The Zimbabwe Under-19 cricket team will be looking to put one foot into the quarter-finals at the on-going ICC World Cup in Bangladesh when they clash with giants England in a Group C tie at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industryThe UK government has set its sights on boosting manufacturing in the country,
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industry
Computer Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
The UK government has set its sights on boosting manufacturing in the country, with a mission to make Great Britain great again in the automotive space. In the first week of February 2016, eight projects related to smart connected cars were awarded... Read more
10d
Computer Business Review
Privacy, liability & patents: 4 major IoT legal challenges every CIO is facingTo tap into the IoT economy, businesses have already been advised to keep it si
Privacy, liability & patents: 4 major IoT legal challenges every CIO is facing
Computer Business Review / Posted 10 days ago
To tap into the IoT economy, businesses have already been advised to keep it simple and differentiate form their competitors. This evolution of the technology chain brings with it a $1.9 trillion business opportunity, with an incremented revenue... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Rising will not be televised: a novel attempt to focus modern minds on 1916The American writer Don DeLillo spoke in the Paris Review about the 18-second Z
The Rising will not be televised: a novel attempt to focus modern minds on 1916
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
The American writer Don DeLillo spoke in the Paris Review about the 18-second Zapruder film that captured JFK’s assassination and the effect it had on the American psyche. “There’s something inevitable about the Zapruder film,” DeLillo said, “it had... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Zim U-19s Lose to EnglandAN excellent platform built by their top order propelled England Under-19s to 2
Zim U-19s Lose to England
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
AN excellent platform built by their top order propelled England Under-19s to 288 runs in their 50 overs before their bowlers dominated the Zimbabwe Under-19s batsmen to give their side a win by 129 runs in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup... Read more
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The Irish Times
Everything you’ve read is wrong: what readers can really look forward to in 2016Like most readers, I’ve enjoyed the usual January pieces about what’s going to
Everything you’ve read is wrong: what readers can really look forward to in 2016
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
Like most readers, I’ve enjoyed the usual January pieces about what’s going to be hot in the world of literature this year. The Guardian, the TLS and the Financial Times all have good lists of books coming out soon from the world’s biggest... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Sam Curran hopes to build on 'heady, but exciting' initiationSam Curran was the second-youngest debutant for Surrey last season, when he was
Sam Curran hopes to build on 'heady, but exciting' initiation
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 15 days ago
Sam Curran was the second-youngest debutant for Surrey last season, when he was plucked out of the Second Eleven Championship to play T20s Sam Curran is living the dream of every young cricketer: suddenly picked out of nondescript cricket to play in... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Drones, AI & VR: How Google is shaping up to be the one to beat in IoTDespite having been quiet at CES 2016, Google is this week making headlines acr
Drones, AI & VR: How Google is shaping up to be the one to beat in IoT
Computer Business Review / Posted 15 days ago
Despite having been quiet at CES 2016, Google is this week making headlines across the main IoT verticals including drones, artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR). On Tuesday, the company filed a patent for a delivery drone device... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Has Apple’s driverless cars hit a road block? Project Titan stalls as Steve Zadeasky departsApple's Project Titan, which seeks to develop its own smart electric car, is sa
Has Apple’s driverless cars hit a road block? Project Titan stalls as Steve Zadeasky departs
Computer Business Review / Posted 16 days ago
Apple's Project Titan, which seeks to develop its own smart electric car, is said to have fallen into an internal crisis with a hiring freeze being put in place as the head of the project leaves the company. Zadeasky, who was previously an engineer... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
A glimpse of cricket's futureTwo years after Kagiso Rabada and Mustafizur Rahman burst into world cricket's
A glimpse of cricket's future
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 17 days ago
Two years after Kagiso Rabada and Mustafizur Rahman burst into world cricket's consciousness, the Under-19 World Cup returns to shine the limelight on the game's brightest young talents Bangladesh's fans will expect a lot from the likes of Mehedi... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Panasonic bets on EV, backs Tesla Gigafactory to take electric cars mainstreamThe race to design the best, fastest and more autonomous electric vehicle (EV)
Panasonic bets on EV, backs Tesla Gigafactory to take electric cars mainstream
Computer Business Review / Posted 25 days ago
The race to design the best, fastest and more autonomous electric vehicle (EV) is on, with big auto player Tesla currently building a $5 billion lithium-ion battery factory in Nevada, US. Panasonic has also tapped into Tesla's electric dream and is... Read more
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The Washington Times
Power plants, factories, critical infrastructures at risk of hacking, DHS cyber expert saysIndustrial control systems used in power plants and factories are increasingly
Power plants, factories, critical infrastructures at risk of hacking, DHS cyber expert says
The Washington Times / Posted 29 days ago
Industrial control systems used in power plants and factories are increasingly at risk of being hacked because they are often connected to the public-facing Internet, a government cybersecurity official warned on Wednesday. At a conference in Miami... Read more
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Computer Business Review
How Google can make VR a real reality in 2016Google, the giant that taps into everything everywhere, is still slightly laggi
How Google can make VR a real reality in 2016
Computer Business Review / Posted 29 days ago
Google, the giant that taps into everything everywhere, is still slightly lagging behind other companies such as Facebook, Microsoft and Samsung when it comes to virtual reality (VR). A Google source confirmed to CBR that "Google has appointed Clay... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Google readies for VR battle against Occulus & Facebook with new Virtual Reality divisionAlphabet's company CEO Sundar Pichai has also appointed Clay Bavor to run the n
Google readies for VR battle against Occulus & Facebook with new Virtual Reality division
Computer Business Review / Posted 30 days ago
Alphabet's company CEO Sundar Pichai has also appointed Clay Bavor to run the new division, according to Re/code. Bavor was Google's VP for product management, and supervised some of the company's most important products including Google Docs, Drive... Read more

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