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Startups Weekly: Zoom CEO says its stock price is ‘too high’

When Zoom hit the public markets Thursday, its IPO pop, a whopping 81 percent, floored everyone, including its own chief executive officer, Eric Yuan. Yuan
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Open source project led by Sir Tim Berners-Lee; mastering startup pitches; and more – GeekWire

— When he invented the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee had a specific vision for how it would evolve, and things haven’t gone exactly
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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Writing – Irish Tech News

Although artificial intelligence hasn’t reached the level we have all seen in movies, it has started to slowly permeate just about every pore of our
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Australia passes law to hold social media companies responsible for “abhorrent violent material”

On Thursday, Australia lawmakers ushered through what is perhaps the toughest legal measures to hold social media companies accountable for the content they share. Only