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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Europe is Cool Again: SF’s Startup Bridge

We stepped into the elevator at the Twitter building, joined by the general consul for tiny Malta, rode to the tenth floor, and entered the bustling, aptly named tech incubator Runway. But this wasn’t the usual mélange of entrepreneurs and…

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Future Intelligence: Made in Silicon Valley

While Elon Musk shared dark doubts about our ability to control the genie that is Artificial Intelligence, big AI and data dogs from Microsoft, Google, Amazon and upstarts descended upon Santa Clara last week to deliver a call to action:…

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The Ministry of Twitter: Inside Trump’s Bullhorn

Lunching at Twitter’s headquarters recently in a week dominated by inane tweets by our President, I thought of my favorite writer. George Orwell brilliantly anticipated the perils posed by authoritarian governments mercilessly ruled by strongmen, but he couldn’t have imagined…

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The Russian Ransomware Blues

Businesses, hospitals, and power plants, a country’s infrastructure held hostage. An ultimate covert weapon that can disable defense systems and unravel decades of technological innovation. Cyberwarfare is no longer the stuff of science fiction. Today, we’re facing one of the…

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