As the AI industry develops, it is without a doubt that the United Arab Emirates will continue to make tech headlines.
With robots and artificial intelligence destined to take over the economy, does anyone have an idea of how a truce might end the war between man and machine?
Hyperreal hero Elon Musk has seduced the ultimate hyperreal city: Las Vegas.Wired magazine reveals that our favorite hyperreal hero, Elon Musk, has snagged for his ultra-hyperreal enterprise, the Boring Company, its first paying customer: Las Vegas, a city specialized in hyperreality. The Boring Company, as its name signifies, bores, not because it produces a lot of talk with no substance (which it also tends to do), but because it proposes to bore tunnels underneath the surface of cities to provide superfast urban transport for people in a hurry.
Marsha Lazareva’s case raises red flags for foreign investors and could send them fleeing Kuwait.Kuwait has a high-profile international case on its hands that threatens to harm the country’s foreign investment climate. The case, which has now been brought to the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, coupled with several recent legal complaints from international investors, could damage the country’s business environment and threaten its reputation during a sensitive period for the Gulf emirate.
In their new book, Wharton’s Nicolaj Siggelkow and Christian Terwiesch explain how a “connected strategy” helps businesses create more value for themselves and their customers.
The US media uncritically celebrate the wealthy and suppose that their every thought may be a pearl of wisdom. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
Elon Musk’s effective style of branding relies on making audacious promises most people can’t understand and engaging in perennial teasing campaigns.
Can celebrity billionaires be guilty of impoverished thought? Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting has provided a media platform to see whether that’s true.
When a co-founder of Facebook signals abusive overreach by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, it’s time to recognize that the problem isn’t just a person, but a system and a culture.
World Bicycle Relief, a nonprofit organization that builds and distributes bicycles in rural areas of the developing world, is the 2019 winner of the Lipman Prize.