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Fears over tighter regulation, which was one of the catalysts for the recent cryptocurrency crash, appear to have subsided. [Read More]
Price manipulation in cryptocurrencies will disappear once the market has matured, NEM President Lon Wong said. [Read More]
Jesse Powell, founder and CEO of Kraken, said Tuesday that the cryptocurrency market would continue to see an "acceleration" of growth. [Read More]
Ian Pearson, a futurist at Futurizon, said there will need to be a link between AI and a human brain. [Read More]
Musician hails transformative nature of technology at the World Government Summit in Dubai. [Read More]
Ian Pearson, a futurist at Futurizon, said there will need to be a link between AI and a human brain. [Read More]
Traders tempted to invest in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin must carry the burden of responsibility, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell said Tuesday. [Read More]
McDermott explained that margins would rise in 2018 because heavy investment is behind the company. [Read More]
Fake clicks are also a "waste of money," Maurice Levy, the chairman of Publicis Groupe, said. [Read More]
Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, the UAE's AI minister, said the country's "agility" will help it become a world leader in AI. [Read More]
Sopnendu Mohanty, chief fintech officer of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), voiced his concerns about speculative cryptocurrency trading. [Read More]
Sebastian Thrun, the chief executive of Kitty Hawk, told CNBC that an announcement is due in March. [Read More]
The service is called "Shipping with Amazon" and will see the tech giant picking up packages from businesses and delivering them to customers. [Read More]
A Google spokesman said the company was reviewing the "narrow concerns" identified by the Indian regulators. [Read More]
Facebook clarified that it is not a "dislike" button and the test is running for a small set of people in the U.S. only. [Read More]
Tom Blomfield, CEO of Monzo, said the company has had "preliminary" talks with regulators in the U.S. [Read More]
Amazon Prime customers in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas and Virginia Beach will be the first to get the service. [Read More]
"Deepfakes" involves using software to superimpose a person's face on an actor in a video. [Read More]
Amazon Prime customers in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas and Virginia Beach will be the first to get the service. [Read More]
Major business leaders including Warren Buffett have slammed virtual currencies. [Read More]
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