Thus, one in four Americans runs a high risk of losing his or her job to a machine in the next decade. Ominously, Brookings’ brains think robots threaten many menial jobs long believed resistant to technological unemployment.Read more
Oddly, full-time monitoring could make the Raiden Network more secure. To clarify, there will always be a guard on duty to catch crooks at Raiden. I think such vigilant monitoring is a far greater deterrent to bad guys than encryption and security managers.Read more
“The focus will be on learning from the technology and not implementing changes to operations in haste,” Walmart writes of the IRL. Thus, Walmart is committing to AI for the long-haul.Read more
The hope at Boston Dynamics is Spot will be the “Android of Robotics.” To clarify, Boston wants to build a cheap, walking robot that will be as a versatile and as popular as Alphabet’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) mobile-operating system.Read more
Fast-growing demand from online retailers definitely exists. For example, US ecommerce sales grew from $446.811 billion in 2017 to $504.842 billion in 2018, Statista estimates. Moreover, Statista estimates US ecommerce sales will grow from $560.747 billion in 2019 to $735.358 billion in 2023.Read more
Astoundingly, things could get far worse real soon. Coresight’s analysts think there could be 12,000 store closings in 2019. Consequently, the rate of store closings in the United States could more than double in 2019.Read more
Pluribus “is relentlessly good at bluffing its opponents” because it “thinks” two or three moves ahead, The Verge reports. That gives Pluribus the edge it needs to bluff and beat professional poker players.Read more
Thus, car ownership makes little sense from a policy or economic standpoint. Pointedly, most defenses of car ownership make appeals to emotion rather than hard facts. Consequently, we need to ask when not if the private car disappear.Read more
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Biden, did a little better than Bernie his support fell by 4% from 34% in June 2019 to 30% in July 2019. If Biden’s support falls by 4% each month between July and the 3 February 2019 Iowa caucus, the former vice president will have a 6% level of support.
To clarify, if you multiply 4% by six, the number of months until the Iowa Caucus you get 24%. Thus, Biden needs to do something and fast, or he’s toast.