In 2019, many large tech firms announced plans to offer financial products and services. The Wall Street Journal Liz Hoffman explains why Google, Apple, and others are offering products that might someday replace your wallet.
The battle for top talent in the AI space is heating up with Apple looking to boost their AI stable. This reminds me of the 90’s when major tech firms would poach talent from each other with impunity. It’s interesting to see how “hot” AI skills have become.
Artificial Intelligence Apple has poached another top engineer from Google as it continues to grow its artificial intelligence and machine learning divisions, with Google’s Dr. Ian Goodfellow having left his role as a “Senior Staff Research Scientist” with Google to join Apple as a “Director of Machine Learning” in […]
Here’s an interesting (and chilling) look at the business models of the big technology companies. If data is the new oil, then Big Tech is the new Big Oil.
I first saw a bunch of scooters randomly strewn around the streets of the Inner Harbor in Baltimore. My first thought that it was some kind of tourist group run amok. A few days I later, I saw the same thing in downtown DC.
It turns out that on demand scooter rentals are a thing – a very big thing. Possibly, the next big thing in Silicon Valley.
Why though? Watch this video to see the interesting (if not slightly ridiculous) tale of the Scooter Wars.