Monthly Archives: March 2019

Tesla Model 3 price drop makes entry-level car more affordable

The Tesla Model 3 price has been reduced to $35,0000 (around £26,400, AU$49,300) with the introduction of a new version of the vehicle, as the firm closes physical stores and moves to online-only orders. Previously, the cheapest Model 3 was $42,900 (around £32,300, AU$60,400). It means you’ll no longer be …

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Amazon Dash Buttons are officially discontinued

Amazon has discontinued its Dash Buttons, which allowed time-pressed customers to order laundry detergent, cat food or macaroni cheese with a single press. As CNET reports, Amazon has decided to stop selling the devices, which retailed for $4.99/£4.99 (about AU$7) each, and gave a discount of that much off your …

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Overcoming the AI talent gap isn’t as hard as you think

Businesses in every industry are scrambling to launch Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning initiatives. Yet, overall success of these plans is highly dependent on their workforce, and the biggest challenge for businesses is a real scarcity of people who have production-level experience with AI.  Plenty of reports – from …

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