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Jonathan Vanian

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Oakland, CA, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • VentureBeat
  • Entrepreneur
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by Jonathan:

Why Most Companies Are Failing at Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I.

A survey by MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group found that most companies report little to no impact from their A.I. projects. → Read More

A.I. and Automation's Negative Impact on African-American Workers

McKinsey released a study that showed African Americans could lose thousands of more jobs proportionally than white workers by 2030 due to automation. → Read More

OpenAI Will Need More Capital Than Any Non-Profit Has Ever Raised

OpenAI, an A.I. research group, will need more capital than any non-profit has ever raised, said CEO Sam Altman. → Read More

Leaked Audio of Mark Zuckerberg Details Facebook’s Plan to Use Its TikTok Clone, Lasso, to Upend the Chinese Upstart

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed plans to counter the rise of TikTok, according to a leaked recording. → Read More

Machine-Learning Tips for Companies That Don’t Want to Upset or Annoy Their Employees: Eye on A.I.

FedEx senior data scientist Clayton Clouse explains tips for companies wanting to use machine-learning without upsetting employees. → Read More

Facebook's CTO: 'The Criticism Is Warranted'

In fact, it's the first thing Mike Schroepfer shows to new engineering hires. → Read More

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Reveals Hand Tracking, Other Updates for Oculus Quest VR Headsets

He also revealed Horizons, a social VR app, and that people have spent over $100 million on content in the Oculus store. → Read More

Dropbox Wants to Soar Beyond Cloud Storage and Help Put People on Mars. But First: It’s Releasing a Desktop App

Dropbox’s new app is being wired to work with other popular products like Slack, Google Docs, and the video conferencing tool Zoom. → Read More

Alphabet Chairman John Hennessy Tells A.I. Chip Startups to Raise Money

John Hennessy, chairman of Google-parent company Alphabet, tells A.I. chip companies to “raise more money than you think.” → Read More

Barack Obama Speaks Out on Climate Change, Income Inequality, and the Downside of Social Media

Former President Barack Obama discussed what he thinks are the most important issues of today: climate change, income inequality, and an increasingly polarized society. → Read More

Two Developments Highlighting Artificial Intelligence's Industry Shattering Potential

Two important developments in artificial intelligence research hint at just how earth shaking – or at least industry-shattering – A.I.’s potential really is. → Read More

Four-Time Olympian Silken Laumann on ‘Going Through Hell’ With Mental Illness—While Remaining Atop Her Game

Olympian Silken Laumann and Margaret Trudeau discussed mental illness during Fortune's MPW International Summit in Toronto on Monday. → Read More

The A.I. Boom Helped This Data Cleaning Startup Collect $100 Million From Investors

Trifacta raised $100 million in funding, underscoring investor appetite for data-crunching startups amid the current artificial intelligence boom. → Read More

Apple Arcade: Everything You Need to Know About the New Video Game Streaming Service

Apple announced more details about Apple Arcade video game streaming service including its price and release date at its recent Apple Event. → Read More

Where A.I.’s Next Big Breakthrough May Come From: Eye on A.I.

Andrew Ng, a prominent A.I. expert, says the next wave of A.I. will be in industries in which the tech giants aren’t firmly rooted, like agriculture and manufacturing. → Read More

Box CEO Aaron Levie Weighs In On Starboard Value's Shakeup Effort

The business software CEO discussed Starboard Value taking a 7.5% stake in his company and its push for change. → Read More

Most Americans Distrust Companies Using Facial Recognition Technology

Pew Research Center released a survey of over 4,000 Americans that showed most people trust law enforcement with facial-recognition technology. → Read More

Hello, This Is Artificial Intelligence. How Can I Help You? Eye on A.I.

People who call companies to ask questions about their cable bills or complain about their Internet service being out are increasingly talking to artificial intelligence. Natural language processing, a subset of A.I. that helps computers understand speech, has become good enough that it’s being used to listen and respond to basic customer questions. Over the […] → Read More

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger: Bitcoin Is 'Bad For Humanity'

VMware's CEO plans to speak out more often about technology’s harmful effects on society. → Read More

VMware Debuts Tanzu and Project Pacific for Kubernetes-Powered Apps

VMware debuted its Tanzu and Project Pacific products so coders can build and run Kubernetes-powered apps. → Read More