Is St. Louis a vision of what’s worst to come? Is the iPhone X a scam, and does Toys R’ Us bankruptcy spell the end for retail? Hosted by Francisco Pierre-Louis and Antwand Howard Special Guest: Corbin Craig. He’s a musician and runs the political commentary channel Darkmonsterccc on Youtube. [powerpress] Timestamps: (0:53) The Police State in St. Louis (14:57) iPhone X: Is it a scam? (24:04) The Death of Retail + Bonus: The Beauty of Decentralization Articles used in this episode: Police in riot gear trample over woman during St. Louis protests. Source: MookyDaKiD’s Youtube channel iPhone X.
Artificial Intelligence is not a foreign concept today. With advancing technologies and no limits to imagination, it is bound to become a necessity in the years to come. However, with every pro comes a con and with AI comes a threat. Elon Musk the co-founder, CEO and Product Architect at Tesla and CEO of SpaceX, believes AI to be a serious threat to humanity. When he says this, he is not referring to the kind of artificial intelligence that companies like Google, Uber, and Microsoft currently use but what may be called super-intelligent entities often found in sci-fi movies.
Graceful and powerful-looking as it is with its titanium frame and a ceramic back plate that is bound to be more durable than the aluminum and glass bodies we get on other handsets, Andy Rubin (co-founder of Android) has vowed to make this phone not have any of the features he does not like in today’s smartphones. It was launched in May 2017 and is now up for pre-order in the US. It will be launched later this year in the UK and will cost you a handsome amount of $699. You can purchase it on Amazon and Sprint