- Bits: Artificial Intelligence Software Is Booming. But Why Now?
- How Tech Companies Disrupted Silicon Valley’s Restaurant Scene
- Bits: Daily Report: How Tech Is Sapping the Silicon Valley Food Scene
- A Lesson of Tesla Crashes? Computer Vision Can’t Do It All Yet
Posted: 18 Sep 2016 03:26 PM PDT
As G.E., Oracle, Salesforce.com and others push their A.I. products, it remains unclear whether potential customers understand how they will profit.
Posted: 18 Sep 2016 03:01 PM PDT
Restaurants in Palo Alto are increasingly struggling as rents soar and workers are hired away by the corporate cafeterias of behemoths like Google.
Posted: 19 Sep 2016 08:13 AM PDT
Some California cities are fed up with cash-flush tech enterprises and want them to go away. Now that ripple effect has reached the area's once-bustling restaurant industry.
Posted: 19 Sep 2016 02:55 AM PDT
Self-driving cars come with a caveat now: Keep your hands on the wheel. While computers can recognize images, understanding actions and behaviors are still the next frontier.
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