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If you understand the pain of having to face the firing range of your relatives' questions on Chinese New Year, you're going to appreciate this impressive performance by Shanghai's Rainbow Chamber Singers.
Titled What I Do Is For Your Own Good — The Spring Festival Survival Kit (春节自救指南), the song describes somewhat perfectly the woes of average Chinese millennials heading home for the festive period and getting nagged at about their salaries, weight and single status.
"Do you want to come work at my company? / You should lose some weight. Don't eat dinner tonight. / How much is your salary? / Why don't you quit your Bohemian lifestyle?" the singers chorus at each other. Read more...More about Parents, Chinese New Year, Choir, China, and Watercooler
Worried about a dystopian future in which AI rule the world and humans are enslaved to autonomous technology? You're not alone. So are billionaires (kind of).
First it was the Partnership on AI formed by Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and IBM.
Then came Elon Musk and Peter Thiel's recent investment in $1 billion research body, OpenAI.
Now, a new batch of tech founders are throwing money at ethical artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous systems (AS). And experts say it couldn't come sooner.
LinkedIn founder, Reid Hoffman, and eBay founder, Pierre Omidyar (through his philanthropic investment fund) donated a combined $20 million to the Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund on Jan. 11 — helping ensure the future's more "man and machine, not man versus machine," as IBM CEO Ginny Rometty put it to WSJ Thursday. Read more...More about Ebay, Linkedin, Funding, Ethics, and Ai
India’s bold move to invalidate much of its cash and issue new bills to fill the void within two weeks may have come at a cost.
The newly issued Rs 500 bills are losing color when they are washed, according to reports. Some people are advising to not leave any bills in their pockets before handing them out to laundry as a brief encounter with water and detergent is suffice to turn them look like counterfeits.
It's worth pointing out that other currency notes in India are able to withstand several washes. It is not known right now how these notes will cope up with rains. Read more...More about Demonetization, Bills, Currency, India, and Watercooler