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A company is using artificial intelligence to insert new products and ads into content, including old movies — and the technology could come to streaming platformsAs viewers turn from traditional TV to streaming sites, advertisers will be in need of a new way to make revenue — that's where Mirriad comes in.
4 unanswered questions about the mysterious company that began managing a big chunk of the internet minutes before Biden was sworn inA small unknown company from Florida began overseeing a large portion of the internet owned by the Pentagon, leading to more questions than answers.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao breaks down how he built the world's largest crypto exchange in 180 days — and shares why he's keeping most of his assets in Bitcoin and Binance CoinThe crypto billionaire recounts his 17 years and 180 days journey to build Binance and why he's keeping most of his net worth in Bitcoin and BNB.
Google's push to bring employees back to offices in September is frustrating some employees who say they'll quit if they can't be remote foreverGooglers are expected back in September. Some don't plan to go: "A lot of my colleagues have moved away with no real intention of coming back."1
America is the land of unequal opportunity. These 13 maps show how class, education, and health inequities all intersect — with nonwhite, rural areas hit especially hard.The US is sharply divided, and it shows up when you look at maps of various social and economic outcomes across the nation.
An ex-hedge funder who managed Peter Thiel's money breaks down why passive investing has distorted the stock market — and shares the opportunity in a recent rule change for ETFs that could safeguard investorsGreen, who worked with billionaires and big hedge funds, explains why an esoteric rule change about derivatives convinced him to join an ETF startup.