UiPath raises $30M to build software robots for internal business tasks

The world is awash with bots these days applications the run either partly or entirely using natural language processing, machine learning, computer vision and other artificial intelligence technologies

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New human rights to protect against ‘mind hacking’ and brain data theft proposed

A response to advances in neurotechnology that can read or alter brain activity, new human rights would protect people from theft, abuse and hacking New human rights that would protect people from having

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NO MEANS NO: White male stalkers of media patriarchy dare question Chelsea Clinton

Blame Matt Yglesias for setting off Monday’s torrent of fake news about Chelsea Clinton with a tweet suggesting she’s running for office, which of course she’s never said she’s

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Whoa: Morgan Made The Mandatory Field-Trip T-Shirt Look Cute

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Turkey arrests 1,000 and suspends 9,100 police in new crackdown

One week after Erdoans narrow referendum victory, alleged supporters of US-based preacher are rounded up Turkey has detained more than 1,000 people and suspended over 9,100 police in a new crackdown against

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US launches probe into aluminium imports, citing security concerns

Trumps commerce chief Wilbur Ross invokes cold war law aimed at protecting high-grade smelting for defence industry The Trump administration has launched an investigation into whether a flood of aluminium

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How remote workers can make American media great again

Stop me if you have heard this one before: American media has a problem, and it is only getting worse. But what if I told you that the media industry also has the solution and refuses to use it? A reportPolitico

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Pincer-wielding 507m-year-old fossil sheds light on evolution of crabs

Mandibulates, a group that includes crustaceans and insects, show huge diversity Tokummia katalepsis could be the missing link that explains why A fossilised ancient creature boasting huge pincers resembling

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