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- Video Friday: Robot Playdate, Big Drone, and Self-Driving Car in Snow March 23, 2018Your weekly selection of awesome robot videosEvan Ackerman, Erico Guizzo and Fan Shi
- To Illustrate the Dangers of Cyberwarfare, the Army Is Turning to Sci-fi March 23, 2018Graphic novelettes issued by the U.S. Army Cyber Institute aim to educate soldiers about digital threatsStephen Cass
- Maine’s New Unemployment System Frustrates the Public and State Workers Alike March 23, 2018Reusing Mississippi’s system doesn’t guarantee a smooth launchRobert N. Charette
- To Speed Up AI, Mix Memory and Processing March 23, 2018New computing architectures aim to extend artificial intelligence from the cloud to smartphonesKatherine Bourzac
- Video of Uber Self-Driving Car’s Fatal Crash Raises More Questions March 23, 2018Video footage raises questions about the accuracy of the car’s lidar and how closely it monitored its own safety driverNoah J. Goodall
- Video Friday: Robot Playdate, Big Drone, and Self-Driving Car in Snow March 23, 2018
- China warns U.S. it will defend own trade interests
- JCDecaux open to bidding for U.S. peers but nothing planned: CEO
- Globalists buck U.S. index fund trend
- Dropbox shares close up 35 percent in biggest tech debut since Snap
- Musk deletes Facebook pages of Tesla, SpaceX after challenged on Twitter
- U.S. lawmakers formally ask Facebook CEO to testify on user data
- Qualcomm re-elects board of directors with tepid support
- Goldman Sachs CEO Blankfein sees 9 percent pay hike in 2017
- GSK pulls out of $20 billion race for Pfizer consumer assets
- Boeing set to win American wide-body jet order: sources
- Why tariffs on steel and aluminium are easier said than done
- Wall Street looks overvalued
- Can’t hardly wait
- Markets think trade war is good for "absolutely nothing"
- Europeans fret that Chinese investment is a security risk
- The EU wants to make finance more environmentally friendly
- What if China corners the cobalt market?
- The digitisation of trade’s paper trail may be at hand
- Beware of performance figures
- A startling amount of land in Japan has no official owner
- Oasis of calm in shattered region, Dubai steps out as art hub March 22, 2018DUBAI (Reuters) - As traditional centers of modern Arab art in Damascus and Baghdad have imploded amid disastrous wars, the sheeny city-state of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates has stepped into the vacuum as a major hub for art sales.
- Homer's Odyssey gets modern art treatment at London exhibition March 23, 2018LONDON (Reuters) - Contemporary artists have drawn upon everything from comic books to Campbell's soup cans for inspiration in recent years, but New York artist Scooter LaForge has drawn his from an altogether grander source, with a new exhibition based on Homer's classic poem "The Odyssey."
- Christie's to auction rare watch once owned by Egyptian king March 19, 2018DUBAI (Reuters) - A rare gold watch once owned by Egypt's King Farouk is expected to fetch $400,000 to $800,000 when it auctions this week at Christie's in Dubai.
- Oasis of calm in shattered region, Dubai steps out as art hub March 22, 2018