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Elizabeth Woyke
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MIT Technology Review Senior Business Editor
MIT Technology Review Senior Business Editor

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Who will make the maps that self-driving cars need to navigate? San Francisco startup Mapper is creating 3-D maps of cities around the world for autonomous vehicles to use -- and says it will update them as often as daily. My story:
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In a few years, your EV could help power #SmartCities. My latest story explains how:
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Self-driving cars will need to talk to each other & traffic lights & pedestrians very quickly, to avoid collisions. One solution: the technology C-V2X, which cars could use to communicate as early as next year. My story (+ video):
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Will (Alphabet subsidiary) Sidewalk Labs's plan to turn a Toronto neighborhood into a smart-city experiment be a shining example of how to use big data for public good, or a privacy nightmare? My story:
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My latest story goes inside EDGE, UPS's ambitious program of 25 projects designed to speed up its operations, deliver your packages faster, and save hundreds of millions of dollars through real-time data. #BigData #logistics
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Machine learning/neural networks, Bitcoin/cryptocurrency, Python, data analysis: These were the 5 most popular courses at Codecademy, Coursera, edX & Udacity this year. How many did you take?
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Could Slack function like a virtual chief of staff someday? The company is marshaling AI to help people feel less overwhelmed by data at work. My interview with CEO Stewart Butterfield:
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What's the plan for those hundreds of Wi-Fi kiosks installed on NYC (and, now, London) streets? Intersection, the Alphabet-funded startup that runs the LinkNYC and InLinkUK projects, has big ambitions for them, including environmental sensors, community polling, augmented reality, and autonomous-vehicle navigation:
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How does a 125-year-old company that employs 300,000 people worldwide integrate AI throughout its business? Here's how GE is training its physical scientists to be AI experts:
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This San Diego retirement community has been testing Amazon Echo/Alexa for 3 months & loves it:
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