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Ron Villejo
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In fact, at the dawn of the computing revolution women, not men, dominated software programming. The story of how software became reconstructed as a guy’s job makes clear that the scarcity of female programmers today has nothing at all to do with biology.

~Stephen Mihm

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OPEC’s goal of rebalancing the oil market, ending three years of oversupply, keeps slipping out of reach.

~Abigail Morris

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The negativity is so unbelievable that everything becomes an issue. If you say nothing, if you say something, if you don’t say enough, you get in trouble.

~Charles Elson

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It’s hard to believe that anyone who could rise to the summit of a major American corporation would be stupid enough to believe that he or she could influence Trump through membership on a sham committee, but that’s the impression they and their companies are trying to communicate. The truth is, of course, that Trump has no jobs policy to be influenced, other than filling print columns and the airwaves with bogus business development projects.

~Michael Hiltzik

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Businesses are still hoping that the administration can move ahead with corporate tax reform and infrastructure spending.

~Zachary Tracer et al.

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Many executives felt his apparent tolerance for [White] nationalist violence was a bridge too far.

~David Gelles et al.

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Here is the terrific, comprehensive report on AI from McKinsey Global Institute.

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I think everybody should embrace these modern AI capabilities. On the other hand, they also have to think about business-specific problems.

~Li Deng

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Unsupervised learning is an algorithm, or a class of algorithms, that can learn to either make predictions or learn about your data set without being told what to look for. We know that humans do this all over the place.

~Adam Coates

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If you were the CEO of a major corporation, would you have (a) stayed in or (b) resigned from any council under Donald Trump, especially after the recent Charlottesville tragedy and yet another Donald Trump fiasco?
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