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December 15, 2012, 12:25 PM

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KurzweilAI:
Kurzweil joins Google to work on new projects involving machine learning and language processing  —  Ray Kurzweil confirmed today that he will be joining Google to work on new projects involving machine learning and language processing.  —  “I'm excited to share that I'll be joining Google …
Colleen Taylor / TechCrunch:
Ray Kurzweil Joins Google In Full-Time Engineering Director Role; Will Focus On Machine Learning, Language Processing  —  Famed inventor, entrepreneur, author, and futurist Ray Kurzweil announced this afternoon that he has been hired by search engine giant Google as a director of engineering focused …
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Geoff Colvin / Fortune:
Comcast CEO: What we learned from Apple  —  Comcast CEO Brian Roberts applies the Apple model to his business empire: Keep it simple, and reinvent constantly.  —  FORTUNE — America's biggest media company isn't what you think.  Comcast (CMCSA) takes in more revenue and commands …
Megan Garber / The Atlantic Online:
How the UN's ‘Game-Changing’ Internet Treaty Failed  —  German delegates on the fourth day of the 12-day-long World Conference on International Telecommunications (ITU/Flickr)  —  Did you know that, for the past two weeks, the future of the Internet has been at stake?  —  Yes, it has.
Ben Kersey / The Verge:
Samsung rejects labor claims, says there are no underage workers at its supplier  —  Samsung has responded to allegations of HTNS Shenzhen hiring underage workers following complaints from China Labor Watch.  In a blog post, the company reveals that it met with both HTNS Shenzhen …
Elyse Betters / 9to5Mac:
Walmart now offers iPhone 5 for $127, 4S for $47, and third-gen iPad for $399  —  Walmart is continuing to slash price tags on Apple products this holiday season, as the global retailer just announced it is now offering the 16GB iPhone 5 for $127.  Walmart also cut the iPhone 4S from $89.97 …
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo:
Today's Awful Apple Rumor: Retina iPad Mini  —  There's something in the air this week.  Maybe it's that the holidays are coming, or that it's getting colder, or that there's not much actual news to be had three weeks before the Consumer Electronics Show.  But for some reason …

Sponsor Posts

Microsoft:
How StaffPad and Microsoft Surface are empowering creativity in music  —  By age 6, Garrett Weyenberg was composing full, intricate songs, sometimes scooting his entire body along the piano to play multiple octaves.
iQ by Intel:
3D Fashion Technology Brings Sci-Fi to the Runways  —  An Eagle Borg costume made of leatherette and plastic turned fashion designer Monica Vaverová into a 3D printing pioneer in the Czech Republic.
Zoho:
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Worldpay:
What consumers have to say about Bitcoin, P2P, social spending and more  —  We asked 7000 digital consumers how they expect to pay for digital goods & services in the future.  The results are in.
Igloo:
Sharing project successes keeps McGough employees engaged in their Igloo intranet  —  An interview with Bri Frei, Marketing Coordinator at leading construction firm, McGough.
 

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