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  • Watch AI experts weigh in on the good (and potential evil) of artificial intelligence

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: www.geekwire.com

    Experts on artificial intelligence are following up on the first White House workshop on artificial intelligence, presented last month in Seattle, with a session that addresses a central question about the technology: What good can it do for humanity? Whenever folks talk about AI, the discussion usually turns to the dark side. Will machines surpass us, even rule over us? Researchers point out that although computers can be programmed to outdo unassisted humans in specialized tasks, such as ...

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  • Final Fantasy XV: How Square Enix plans to woo a new generation of players

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    FEATURE: The words “Final Fantasy XV” might sound like nonsense for anyone unfamiliar with the long-running video game series. But the developers hope that they can convert some of those people into new fans with a combination of games and movies. Final Fantasy XV (out September 30 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) is the ...

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  • Email personalization: Don’t even think about improving conversion without it (VB Live)

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    VB LIVE: With a 3800% ROI, email is your strongest channel — but you’ve got plenty of competition. Join top marketers as they discuss the personalization strategies that can dramatically increases open rates, CTR, and, mosts importantly, conversion. Register here for free. With a far-reaching range of clients including brands such as Ford and Google and nonprofits such as MIT, ...

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  • LeapFrog unveils LeapStart interactive activity books for young learners

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    LeapFrog Enterprises has unveiled its interactive activity book, dubbed LeapFrog LeapStart. Targeting kids from preschool to first grade, the interactive system and library of activity books can prepare kids ages two to seven. The products are among the first that LeapFrog has launched since it was acquired by VTech last year for $72 million. ...

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  • Chinese agency appears serious about approving every single mobile game

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    A Chinese government agency in charge of censorship has issued a notice saying that mobile game makers must submit their content for approval with the agency 20 days prior to launch. Those that are already in the market have to submit those previously published games as well by October. Lisa Cosmas Hanson, managing partner ...

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  • Digify can set Gmail attachments to self-destruct, Mission Impossible style

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    Digify is announcing a security technology that makes it possible to track, unsend, and even self-destruct email attachments sent through Google’s Gmail. The Digify tracking allows Gmail users to see when and where their content is forwarded, and they can choose to unsend attachments at any time. The Digify for Gmail service is available ...

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  • Arable Labs introduces Pulsepod solar-powered farm sensor

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    Arable Labs is launching its Pulsepod Internet of Things sensing system for farmers. The Internet of Things is all about making everyday objects smart and connected, and Arable Labs believes that farms can benefit enormously from the advanced analytics of IoT sensor data. Agriculture is about 10 percent of the world’s gross domestic product, ...

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  • 75M users on, Prezi targets businesses with new collaboration and analytics tools for presentations

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    Popular presentation platform Prezi has lifted the lid on a new business-focused product, as the company looks to ramp up its presence in the workplace. For the uninitiated, Prezi has built a solid reputation for its slick presentation-building platform that uses a “zoomable” canvas on which you can plot all the different components of ...

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  • DocPlanner raises $20 million and merges with Doctoralia as doctor-booking wars heat up

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: venturebeat.com

    Doctor-booking wars. I know, right? I can barely believe I wrote that headline myself. But it’s true. Somehow, finding the right doctor and making an appointment has emerged as one of the world’s biggest problems. And an avalanche of venture capital is pouring into companies offering to solve it. Today, DocPlanner of Poland announced it has raised $20 ...

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  • Hiri wants to fix the workplace email problem

    Posted 2016-06-07 by: techcrunch.com

     Hiri is the latest startup trying to fix email. Specifically, the Dublin-based company is targeting workplace email with an array of features that aim to nudge users to change their email behaviour for the better. For it isn’t email that is necessarily broken but the way we all use and abuse ...

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