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Adam Lashinsky

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Recent articles by Adam:

IBM CEO Says Company 'Never Overpromised' on Watson A.I.

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said at IBM's THINK conference that the company "never overpromised" on its Watson artificial intelligence technology. → Read More

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty: 'We Never Overpromised' on Watson A.I.

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said at IBM's THINK conference that the company "never overpromised" on its Watson artificial intelligence technology. → Read More

President Trump's A.I. Plan Is Management Consultant Fluff

It’s not even clear to me the U.S. needs an A.I. policy. Standards and data sharing are things government agencies can do without an executive order. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Goldman Sachs New CEO Is Coming To San Francisco–And What He May Learn

Goldman Sachs new CEO David Solomon will interview Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, the new owner of Time magazine, this week in San Francisco. → Read More

CEOs From Walmart, Sonos, Mattel Coming To Fortune's Brainstorm Tech in 2019

Fortune's Brainstorm Tech 2019 conference will include the CEOs of Walmart, Sonos, and Mattel. → Read More

Data Sheet—CEOs From Walmart, Sonos, Mattel Coming To Brainstorm Tech in 2019

Fortune's Brainstorm Tech 2019 conference will include the CEOs of Walmart, Sonos, and Mattel. → Read More

Spotify's Dealmaking Reveals There's Money to Be Made in Podcasting Boom

Spotify spent hundreds of millions of dollars buying two podcasting companies, as the leading music streamer looks for new markets. → Read More

Facebook Criticism Arrives in New Book Called Zucked

A new book about Facebook by venture capitalist Roger McNamee takes a critical look at the company and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. → Read More

Apple Employee Who Stole Project Titan Car Secrets Is Being Prosecuted

An Apple employee who allegedly tried to steal secrets about the company's car efforts, called Project Titan, is being prosecuted. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg Shows Us the Money

Facebook's revenue and profits grew strongly in the fourth quarter, as scandals around the company didn't seem to deter users. → Read More

Facebook Profits Continue to Boom Despite Data Controversies

Facebook's revenue and profits grew strongly in the fourth quarter, as scandals around the company didn't seem to deter users. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why You Should Go Offline After You Read This Article Online

Spending time disconnected from email and smartphones, plus meditating, can help people think more creatively. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why You Should Be Suspicious of Cash-Burning Media Sites

Buzzfeed and other new media online sites briought down the quality of journalism with click bait. → Read More

Data Sheet—Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg Try To Reinvent Web Video

Quibi, the startup run by Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg, wants to offer high-quality, short videos to woo Google YouTube's audience. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence Is Overhyped But Still Important for Business

Artificial intelligence programs have drawn too much attention and venture capital money but machine learning and other parts are important. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence: Separating the Hype from Reality

Recognizing the limitations of A.I. is the key to employing it. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Netflix Might Be the Best of the FANG Stocks in 2019

Netflix is revealing how many households watch its shows for the first time and could be the best stock among the group known as FANG. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Amazon Is Teaching the World About A.I., Space, and Robots

Amazon is holding a conference for business people that will cover artificial intelligence and machine learning, space, and robots. → Read More

Data Sheet—How Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Fueled a Humble Comeback

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has led the software giant in a successful revival based on the Azure cloud service. → Read More

How Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Fueled a Humble Comeback

Cloud services were key. And iPhones are no longer banned on campus. → Read More