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Machine learning algo can classify thousands in time puny human groks one
Cortana, Office, Bing, Azure get machine-learning boost
VMware-to-Azure was just the beginning
Missing key info, take with a pinch of salt, YMMV
It's also accidentally written the syllabus for a 'Home IoT Network Engineer' course
Analysis Good effort but the games were seemingly rigged
Why use a slow expensive risky currency when you can do real-time bank-to-bank transfers?
Happy with this Utopian vision of the driverless future? Tell the Highways Agency
Rules that offering was a cryptocurrency speculation, not real attempt to fund app
President Trump green-lights gizmo regulations that overrule federal judge
Playing catchup with Britain, or taking a slightly different tack?
Handling proves to be too talon order
SEC says it's monitoring transactions like a hawk
This gives us building blocks for coupla-qubits quantum computers
Turi Create lands on GitHub
UK Airprox Board say it was 'endangering other aircraft'
Drone to tell drones not to drone on with their droning
There's a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking – yep, it's AI
And gives us the news that god-like machines will take over within a decade
Logowatch And give thanks unto the GSMA
Hyper-volatility means transaction fees can hit $20 – if they go through before the price of Bitcoin changes
Boffins from the University of Washington embed connectivity in (mostly) plastic trinkets
Sparse is more
Privacy International: Companies need to be explicit, not rely on fine print
Biased models mean bad decisions for women and some races. Google boffins think they've improved things a bit
Boffins experiment with machine-learning-edited promos to lure ppl to its flicks
RotM Reeeyeeeeeese... of tha maaassssshyyyyyyunaahhhhh
Updated And UK Department for Transport faces questions over scary rival study
Roundup Plus: We'll see you at, er, NIPS next week!
Might speed up the blockchain, but aren't they about cutting out the middle man?
More sensible users would like regulation or permission first
Interview SpeechMatics bests world+dog at adding new language. How did it do it?
Y'know, back when this would have been useful. Naw, just kidding. This is neat
Brit prosecutors have a confiscation order and say 'more to follow'
Sooner or later, dependency hell creates a problem for everyone