Azeem's Exponential View - AI comes of age; embryo hacking; AWS

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Continuing to iterate the newsletter. This week: fewer links; more context. Apologies for late delive
 
April 26 - Issue #6
The Exponential View
Continuing to iterate the newsletter. This week: fewer links; more context. Apologies for late delivery, was on planes travelling to rainy, gastronomic, San Sebastian most of the day.

Dept of AI
AI, here at last, promises to upend the enterprise market
Cheaper robots, fewer workers
Not just China, Minnesota too (!!)
Will our future computer overlords appreciate art?
Depart of human enhancement
Who is afraid of Superhumanity?
Chinese scientists hack a human embryo
Genome sequencing : better than Moore's Law
Dept of new ways of working
The unbelievable power of Amazon Web Services
The Incredible Jun: a town that runs on twitter
Short links
Honeybee brain flies a drone
Here is how managers can be replaced by software
Why Google+ failed (solved an internal problem not a customer one)
Thank you for listening. Once again, feedback to azeem@azhar.co.uk
Has Apple engineered built-in obsolence in the Watch?
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