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4 Habits of Ultra-Likable Leaders That Are Hard to Find

When society puts so much value on external accomplishments, good leaders start with what's inside.<p>I often tell people that leadership is a journey. When you think you've arrived at the top of the mountain, look up. You'll always find another peak to climb.<p>The truth about leadership is actually …

Leadership

Which Leading Artificial Intelligence Course Should You Take and What Should You Do After?

I graduated from Udacity’s Deep Learning Nanodegree (DLND) late last year and Andrew Ng’s deeplearning.ai specialization wrapped up for me in …

Machine Learning

Entrepreneur of the Week: Bebuzzd's Abdul Nazeer

Bebuzzd co-founder and CEO Abdul Nazeer was searching for a business card in his wallet when he noticed a stack of forgotten or expired loyalty …

Customers

Gil Gildner - Co-Founder of Discosloth

If I had to nail down one thing that helps growth, it’s simply to keep on going. One of the faults of today’s lean startup thought process is that …

Coffee Shops

What Will Our Society Look Like When Artificial Intelligence Is Everywhere? | Innovation | Smithsonian

In June of 1956, A few dozen scientists and mathematicians from all around the country gathered for a meeting on the campus of Dartmouth College. …

Artificial Intelligence

Here is how to delete Facebook

Some of us have been on Facebook for more than a decade, but all good things come to an end. Over the past 18 months, Facebook has been in a downward spiral. The social network is in the eye of a controversy storm, with fake news, Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election, and misuse of …

Social Media

With a spacecraft in trouble and the White House watching, SpaceX had to deliver

Within minutes of liftoff, it was clear the Dragon spacecraft was in trouble.<p>Inside mission control on the morning of March 1, 2013, the SpaceX team was desperately trying to figure out what went wrong and soon pinpointed the problem: A few valves were stuck.<p>Lori Garver, NASA’s deputy …

Space Travel

Understanding How Millennials Respond To Your Marketing Efforts

How do you market to a generation that lives and works differently than any other generation before it? That’s the challenge that digital marketers are currently facing when it comes to grabbing the attention of the generation known as Gen Y, the selfie generation, the always-on generation or, the …

Marketing

We've interviewed nearly 50 millionaires about how they invest their money — here are 5 strategies anyone can implement

<i>Each week on a podcast called "Millionaires Unveiled," Clark Sheffield and Jace Mattinson, both certified public accountants, interview a millionaire — someone with a current net worth of over $1 million. They ask them to share their story, investment strategies, and current portfolio …

Retirement

Build a great website with no coding skills and host it for life for under $50

If you start a hot new project or get struck with divine inspiration, you may need to get a website up and running fast. Unfortunately, if website building isn’t necessarily your thing, that task can feel like a monstrous headache.<p>However, this smart little Dragify bundle from TNW Deals, including …

Why Problem Solving is the Golden Ticket For Your Marketing Efforts

Why Problem Solving is the Golden Ticket For Your Marketing Efforts written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape MarketingPeople are always going …

Marketing

Is it time to take the Hyperloop seriously? | Ars Technica

"Starting from a movement, Hyperloop has become an industry.” Can it be real transit next?<p>Imagine traveling the length of the United Kingdom—from …

Here's Why SpaceX Postponed the Launch of its Falcon 9—Again

SpaceX on Thursday called off its second attempt in as many days to launch a Falcon 9 rocket on a satellite-delivery mission because of a technical …

Space Travel

SanDisk 64GB Wi-Fi Flash Drive for iOS/Android: $35 Prime shipped (Orig. $60), more

This offer has expired!<p>Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily.<p>Amazon offers the SanDisk 64GB Connect Wireless Stick Flash Drive for <b>$34.99</b>. Free shipping is available for Prime members and on …

Who needs faster computers?

Following Moore’s law, chip manufacturers assume that computing capacity will double every two years – so what happens when that becomes impossible?<p>Fifty years ago, Gordon Moore, the co-founder of the chip manufacturer Intel described a regularity he had observed that would one day make him a …

Quantum Computing

Elon Musk is thinking about building an electric airplane that takes off vertically

Electric cars and and commercial spaceflight are clearly not enough. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said he’s mulling how to provide super-convenient, electric-powered air travel.<p>When asked to reveal his “next great idea” during a brief Q&A session this week, Musk answered: “Well I have been …

Elon Musk

Why it's crazy to expect Tesla to grow like a tech stock

This kind of price appreciation is based on one thing and one thing only: the conviction that Tesla will be worth much, much more in the future than it is now.<p>As such, many of the experts and analysts who follow Tesla on the financial side treat the automaker as a tech company, not as a car company.<p>…

Tesla

Tesla is a game-changer for this mineral

Tesla CEO Elon Musk's goal is to be building 500,000 electric-vehicles (EV) by 2020. With this planned production rate in the latter half of the decade, Tesla alone will require today's entire worldwide production of lithium-ion batteries. There are two primary raw materials necessary to build …

Tesla

Elon Musk is thinking much bigger than cars and rockets

He showed that again this week when he renewed his call for a carbon tax during a speech in Paris to coincide with the UN Climate Summit.<p>If you're a cynic, you might say Musk has been trying to create a new story for Wall Street, to counter some of the skepticism that's emerged over Tesla's …

Tesla

Amazon is now using a whole lot more of the robots from the company it bought for $775 million

It's the company Amazon bought for $775 million in 2012. Kiva makes robots that automate the whole picking and packing process at large warehouses.<p>Amazon began using Kiva robots only last year, and by the end of 2014, said it had 15,000 bots working across 10 of its warehouses.<p>Now it looks like …

Robotics

Car manufacturers join tech giants in race for driverless cars

As cars transform into computers, traditional carmakers need to innovate Silicon Valley-style<p>In a live address at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJD Live event in California this week, Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook made the ears of large car company executives prick up.<p>"It would seem like there will …

After delays, SpaceX's massive Falcon Heavy rocket set to launch in spring 2016

SpaceX's super sized Falcon Heavy rocket has a new launch date: spring 2016. That's according to remarks given by Lee Rosen, SpaceX's vice president of mission and launch operations, at a conference in Pasadena this week. <i>Space News</i> reports the executive as saying, "It’s going to be a great day when …

Space Travel

The unsung hero of meetings at Twitter is Google Hangouts

Large companies have long had offices around the world, but cloud computing is making it easier than ever for those far-flung employees to work …

Google Hangouts

Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime

From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges<p>Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes, and flash flooding are no longer a threat to human life. Or a time when flying from London to …

Opinion: Markets’ selloff reveals how you’ll react if stocks fall further

When the Dow Jones Industrial Average moves more than 500 points in a day, it’s testing your mettle as an investor.<p>If you’re a buy-and-holder, it is …

Investing

Solar-Powered Ecocapsule Allows You to Live Off the Grid Anywhere in the World

Slovakia's Nice Architects recently revealed several exciting details about the Ecocapsule that will give you the opportunity to live anywhere in the world. Ecocapsule is a micro-shelter that operates off-grid by using sustainable technology such as solar power, rainwater collection and filtration, …

Off-grid

First computers recognized our faces, now they know what we’re doing

We haven't designed fully sentient artificial intelligence just yet, but we're steadily teaching computers how to see, read, and understand our world. Last month, Google engineers showed off their "Deep Dream," software capable of taking an image and ascertaining what was in it by turning it into a …

Artificial Intelligence

A Car Full Of People With No One Driving

Ever since the days of the horse and buggy there has been a fundamental relationship between vehicle and driver. The advent of driverless cars will invert this dynamic as we all roll forward into the future. What should cities do now to prepare?<p>Because of the popularity of application-based, …

Smart Cities

Tiny Drones Can See The World Like Insects Do

Better for surveillance... and not crashing into each other<p>Tiny insect drones could be useful for disaster-area surveillance or delivering supplies to people in accessible places. But the technology is still new, and they run a high risk of running into each other in confined spaces. Now …