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China's Xi Fires Shot Across Trump's Bow

Chinese President Xi Jinping's extraordinary speech at the World Economic Forum evokes Abraham Lincoln. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence Will Probably Automate Your Job, But Only Partially

At least have of today's jobs could be automated in some way, according to a new McKinsey study, but few can be handled entirely by robots. → Read More

What the Sonos CEO’s Resignation Signals About the Audio Company’s Future

John MacFarlane's departure seems as much personal as professional. → Read More

Assessing the iPhone Decade

At the iPhone launch 10 years ago, Steve Jobs bragged the smartphone would transform industries. He was right. → Read More

Alexa Rules, Fitness Trackers Lag, and Other CES Week Revelations

CES 2017 makes artificial intelligence real, with big wins for Amazon's Alexa, and more validation for the power of digital services. → Read More

Yes, AI Will Kill Jobs. Humans Will Dream Up Better Ones

That's why Google Brain co-founder Andrew Ng thinks you need a Chief AI officer. → Read More

Samsung Is Down, But It's Far From Out

The smartphone giant is building up its other businesses. → Read More

Tech's Unhealthy Cult of Entrepreneurialism

Starting companies is a noble endeavor, but we can't ignore ethics. → Read More

2017 Will Be the Year of AI

Artificial intelligence, the latest old trend in computing, threatens to upend the existing order in virtually every industry. → Read More

SoftBank’s $1 Billion Bet on Satellite Internet Feels Like Twilight Zone Episode

Remember Iridium? SoftBank thinks it can do better with OneWeb. → Read More

Donald Trump’s Tech Summit Sure Included Lots of Old Companies

If buzz merited attendance, Snapchat should have been there. → Read More

Donald Trump’s Tech Summit Sure Included Lots of Old Companies

If buzz merited attendance, Snapchat should have been there. → Read More

Facebook, LinkedIn and Other Existential Threats to the Media Business

Not long ago established media companies blamed Google for shrinking profits. Now, Facebook and LinkedIn are among scariest threats. → Read More

Silicon Valley's Fascination With Universal Basic Income

Universal basic income has become a hot topic in tech, partly because it has been championed by leading lights in Silicon Valley. → Read More

Why Amazon’s Convenience Store Test Is Worth Notice

When entering new markets, Amazon is like a computer virus: It probes, it examines, it learns. And then it attacks. → Read More

How Technology Could Play Pivotal Role in Reducing Poverty

Pope Francis encourages business leaders to act decisively. → Read More

How Businesses Can Crack Health Care’s Last Mile Problem

Raj Panjabi, a Harvard doctor who fled Liberia as a child, says firms can boost basic health care. → Read More

A Hopeful Perspective for Tech’s Future in Trump Era

Tech stocks have been hammered since the election, but there's reason to be hopeful about president-elect Trump's tech agenda. → Read More

Facebook Must Face Up to Its Role in Public Discourse

Facebook should acknowledge its role in informing the public and weed out fake news sources methodically. → Read More

Let’s Teach Smart Machines to Do the Right Thing

Machines aided by artificial intelligence may be held to a higher standard of ethics than humans. → Read More