The Next Web Conference is a wonderful time of year. The technology event finds some of the world’s sharpest minds traveling to Amsterdam to hear from all manner of experts. We took to the streets to ask attendees to try and draw some of the hottest topics in tech. First up? AI. Let’s see if we had any artists hidden amongst the crowd. While you could make an argument that this is a collection of nodes, on closer reflection it appears to be some sort of horrifying ladybird/spider hybrid. This is the future liberals want. Just… wow. You know the… This story continues at The Next Web
While running Molly’s, the Seattle-based ready meal wholesaler he founded, Stefan Kalb was upset about its 28 percent food wastage rate. Feeling that the amount was “astronomical,” he began researching how to lower it — and was shocked to discovered Molly’s was actually outperforming the industry average. Confronted by the sheer amount of food wasted […]
(Aug 16): Among the unintended consequences from President Donald Trump's trade war is that it could cause the Federal Reserve to slow the pace of its interest rate hikes.
While Trump has spoken out against the central bank's policy tightening and might be pleased if it stops raising interest rates sooner than expected, the move would be for the wrong reason, namely a slowing economy.
That's among the multiple quandaries that have arisen from the president's gambit to lower the national trade deficit and change agreements he has blasted as inherently unfair to the U.S.