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Here’s a video of Elon Musk watching the Falcon Heavy take off

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 06:02 PM PST

 This past week, as we watched SpaceX launch its absolutely massive Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time, many of us wondered if it would make it off the launch pad. So did Elon Musk. National Geographic just posted some incredible behind-the-scenes footage of the launch, capturing everything from about 15 seconds prior to takeoff to his moment of realization that the mission was a huge success. Read More

Teaching robots to understand their world through basic motor skills

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 12:21 PM PST

 Robots are great at doing what they’re told. But sometimes inputting that information into a system is a far more complex process than the task we’re asking them to execute. A team of researchers at Brown University and MIT is working to develop a system in which robots can plan tasks by developing abstract concepts of real-world objects and ideas based on motor skills. Read More

How Reggie Brown invented Snapchat

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 11:18 AM PST

 Why sexting and a Stanford class led a group of former fraternity brothers to create Snapchat. Read More

HR has lost the trust of employees. Here is who has it now

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 10:36 AM PST

 Human resources has to be one of the greatest bait-and-switch professions one can join today. HR departments position themselves with a forward-facing fluffy image, whether improving the productivity of workers through training and development programs or perhaps righting the yawning inequality gap in America by encouraging diverse hiring standards. Unsurprisingly, the field often attracts… Read More

Raise softly and deliver a big exit

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 10:10 AM PST

 In the world of venture capital, the prospect of a successful “exit” looms large in the minds of investors. A VC’s business model is less about the money that goes into a startup than it is about what comes out. It’s true that most companies fail to exit gracefully, and of those that do, surprisingly few exit by going public. Read More

What to expect from Samsung’s next Galaxy flagships

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 10:00 AM PST

 It’s that time of year again. Samsung is getting ready to unpack some shiny new high end smartphones at the world’s biggest mobile confab. And Android fans are getting ready to cheer… Read More

This is Uber’s plan to deliver on flying ‘cars’

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 08:22 AM PST

 elf-driving and electric flying cars are coming. What this means for our cities in the future is unclear, so I chatted with Uber Head of Policy of Autonomous Vehicles and Urban Aviation Justin Erlich to learn more. Erlich previously worked under Attorney General Kamala Harris, where he focused on emerging technology and the key policies that the government will want to have in place to… Read More

Startups are (still) making weird name choices

Posted: 10 Feb 2018 08:00 AM PST

 First names, foods and animals have been quite popular lately with founders choosing startup names. Meanwhile, other naming styles are getting more fashionable. We take a look at what’s hot now and what might be in vogue next. Read More