Artificial Intelligence: The Clever Ways Video Games Are Used To Train AIs

Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google Bernard Marr , Contributor Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Who says you can’t get smart playing video games? Although the idea of spending hours playing video games isn’t usually recommended for humans to increase their intelligence, the […]

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Don't Let The General Electric Noise Distract You From The Bigger Picture

Calling a spade a spade, all the suggestions that General Electric (GE), could, and probably should, cut its dividend aren’t off base. The company’s a train wreck right now. On a mathematical/GAAP basis, it can’t justifiably afford to maintain its current payout, which is only half of what it was a year ago. Equally obvious […]

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AT&T: The 6% Yield Window Is Closing

Without doubt AT&T (T) has been generating substantial income for dividend investors. Equally indisputable is the fact that the development of the stock price has been consistently and greatly lagging the overall market. More importantly, with AT&T trading 15% below its 52-week high investors, in the worst case scenario, would currently require around three full […]

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How to React to a Really Bad Handshaker

We keep getting handshakes wrong.  So while I wrote separately about the most important rules to keep in mind when you’re shaking hands, you’re only one half of the handshaking equation. By definition, there’s another person involved. And to paraphrase Jean-Paul Sartre, Hell is other handshakers. Especially bad handshakers.   Fotunately, we can categorize most of the world’s […]

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'Game Of Thrones' Season One 4K Blu-ray Review: Stark Difference

The Show While one or two later series (with bigger budgets) of Game Of Thrones top season one for spectacle and story sophistication, there’s something about Season one’s rawness, introductory brutality, and world-building cleverness that still makes it my personal favorite season to date. Especially as it’s also the only season where we get to […]

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Tempted to Drop a Project That Isn't Working? Here's a Quick Way to Know Whether You Should Give Up or Push Through

Have you ever hit a wall in a project and wonder if you should push harder or give up? How do you know if you are facing inner resistance or seeing a sign that you should shift gears and change direction? There may be times when you give up too soon and change strategies before […]

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The Essential Life Lesson We Can Learn From Anthony Bourdain and 'Parts Unknown'

Anthony Bourdain is dead at 61, of an apparent suicide, while in France filming the next episode of Parts Unknown. Bourdain was already a TV star and bestselling author when he launched his latest series, but it won accolades, and award after award for the fascinating way it brought unknown and possibly scary places, from the Congo […]

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3 Hiring Principles for Building an Award-Winning Company

As we all know, great talent is both hard to find and really expensive. You can’t compete with Google, Apple, or Facebook on compensation. So, how do you build a powerful team of talented people who share the same values and passion as you? How do you compete with everyone else who can clearly outbid you? Last year, […]

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North Korea Uses Microsoft and Apple Technology for Cyberattacks, Researchers Say

North Korea has been cited by several governments and organizations for its hacking activities. Now, a new study of network data shows much of the technology North Korea employs for hacking comes from the U.S. Despite trade sanctions, North Korea’s government has found a way to obtain products from Apple, Microsoft, and Korea-based Samsung to […]

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Adversity Is Bitter, But Its Uses May Be Sweet

I first recommended shares in CorEnergy (CORR) in January 2015 and I even titled my article, My REIT Underdog Pick For 2015, and then in November 2015, I wrote another article explaining that CORR was My Worst REIT Pick For 2015. I keep riding the bull hoping that CORR would eventually bounce back, and boy […]

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