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The Top 10 Most Shocking Gaming Title Announcements From E3

Over the course of the week, multiple trailers were unveiled at E3 in Los Angeles for Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, PC and mobile consoles. There was a long list of racing titles, RPGs, adventure games, revived cult classics, remakes, FPS games, exploration games and...

Here are all the panels from TechCrunch Sessions: Justice

The conversation around diversity in tech persists. One effect of this has been the creation of executive positions designed to oversee a company’s approach to inclusion. That’s great. However, it has also resulted in the dilution of the word “diversity” and...
Cloud Foundry makes its mark on the enterprise

Cloud Foundry makes its mark on the enterprise

Today, more than ever, it’s open source projects that are leading the charge in how modern software is developed, deployed and managed. There’s Kubernetes for containers and OpenStack for running enterprise-grade infrastructure, for example. But over the course of the...
Elon Musk suggests L.A. Mayor open to Boring Co. tunnel network

Elon Musk suggests L.A. Mayor open to Boring Co. tunnel network

Elon Musk says that he’s had “promising conversations” with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, regarding the potential of a network of tunnels underneath the city that would allow for a high-speed transit network unburdened by surface traffic. That’s the vision Musk’s recently...
A discussion about AI’s conflicts and challenges

A discussion about AI’s conflicts and challenges

Thirty five years ago having a PhD in computer vision was considered the height of unfashion, as artificial intelligence languished at the bottom of the trough of disillusionment. Back then it could take a day for a computer vision algorithm to process a single...
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