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TechNN Archive: Saturday, May 12, 2018
 

 

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  • ": Starting a robotics company out of school? Not so fast, suggest investors" TechCrunch 9:17 PM
  • "Time to break open AI's black box, and keep it open" ZDNet 6:50 PM
  • "Recommended Reading: Google Assistant's new bag of tricks/The best long-form writing on technology and more on the web." Engadget 10:47 AM
  • "Here's Why Amazon Can't Fix Review Spam" Lifehacker 5/11
  • "Parody of Google Duplex phone call shows the true, terrifying future of AI" Mashable 5/11
  • "I hope Google won't nag me about my digital wellbeing" Engadget 5/11
  • "WD Black NVMe SSD Review: Affordable With Great Write Speeds" HotHardware 5/11
  • "The best portable power strips and surge protectors with USB charging: You'll be glad to have one when you find yourself at an airport with few wall chargers." Engadget 5/11
  • "Here's what Elon Musk's 2.7-mile tunnel in LA looks like: There are a lot of unanswered questions about the ambitious project." Ars Technica 5/11
  • "Remediating Fukushima—'When everything goes to hell, you go back to basics': It may take 40 years for the site to appear like 'a normal reactor at the end of its life." Ars Technica 5/11
  • "Google's robo-calling feature will lead to a global apocalypse in eight years: Says a time-traveller who doesn't want any Kia Ora" The Inquirer 5/11
  • "Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri can be fooled by 'silent' commands: AI assistants could be tricked into wiring money or manipulating IoT devices" The Inquirer 5/11