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South Korea's Samsung Electronics are near completion of neural processing units, or “AI chips,” for servers and mobile phones artificial intelligence software. Sources say Samsung will outdo Apple and Huawei phones by H2.

Alibaba and Microsoft make artificial intelligence programs reader gooder than humans on a Stanford University reading comprehension test.

The Detroit Auto Show or The North American International Auto Show kicked off this weekend, it has become a major venue for automakers sharing electric vehicle and self-driving efforts. Ford made a big splash about its EV strategy.

Phone carriers and phone makers chatter will be about how fast 5G will be. Word is 10-to-12-times faster than the best LTE has to offer. Will we see the rollout In 2018 or 2019?

Google and Tesla have told us that autonomous or self driving technology is ready and firms like UPS have put in orders for Tesla's lorries. What's the hold up? Making it legal, in 2018 we expect more states to jump on board.

Computer speed and power have improved exponentially, pushing the limits with Machine Learning, Cryptocurrency Mining, Deep Learning and Artifical Intelligence. The next phase and most anticipated technology is Quantum Computing in 2018.

The US Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines 3-2 on Thursday to overturn the net neutrality regulations set in 2015.

The Group of 20 Economies (G20) financial regulator, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) warned about replacing humans with artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning. In a world of Ponzi, Fiat and shadow banking we have a new layer upon us.

Facebook has acquired viral anonymous app tbh which has over 5 million users in just a few months after it has failed with it's apps in attracting teens as SnapChat gains popularity in that age group.

Graphics microchip maker Nvidia $NVDA on Tuesday launched an artificial intelligence run computer system for the first fully autonomous vehicles. At the same time they announced logistics giant Deutsche Post DHL Group with ZF will use a test fleet of self-driving electric delivery trucks next year with $NVDA technology.

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