about.flipboard.com Aug. 16, 2019
Daily Edition Top 10 (Week Of August 12, 2019)
Accused child sex offender and trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s death was ruled a suicide by hanging following an autopsy by the New York City chief medical examiner. The discovery of his body in his jail cell last week sparked an ongoing Justice Department investigation into lapses in jail security, as well as civil lawsuits by some
forbes.com Aug. 9, 2019
Netflix Has Changed Storytelling. What Brands Can Learn From It.
Now that new Netflix series’ have become the topic of dinner party conversations, break time banter, sometimes even work meeting chat, we expect a certain kind of storytelling not just from TV shows, but from brands as well.
techcrunch.com Jul. 27, 2019
Softbank’S Second Act – Techcrunch
In this week's newsletter: Everything you need to know about the Vision Fund II.
into.ai Jun. 10, 2019
UN-Ish Speeches Cooked By Artificial Intelligence Are Quite Credible
He said test components were “a simple deep learning model and cheap cloud storage.” TechCrunch’s Jonathan Shieber said with less than $7.80 …
popularresistance.org May. 13, 2019
CO2 Levels Hit 415 PPM For First Time In 3 Million+ Years
Atmospheric levels of carbon registered 415 parts per million over the weekend at one of the world's key measuring stations, a concentration level researchers say has not existed in more than 3 million years – before the dawn of human history. Taken at the Mauno Loa Observatory in Hawaii by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the measure continues the upward trend of atmospheric carbon concentration that lies at the heart of the global warming and climate crisis...
techcrunch.com Apr. 27, 2019
All These Startups Are Raising Big Rounds – Techcrunch
In this week's newsletter: Uber, Slack and the evolving Series A.