It Finally Happened: Robot Detectives

By Crowdability, on Friday, June 16, 2017

This Week in Tech

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Blue Apron IPO: Buy or Sell?

Meal-kit delivery service Blue Apron just filed for an IPO. The company plans to list on the NYSE under the symbol APRN. It was valued at $2 billion in the private markets. Should you invest in its $3 billion IPO? Profits delivered here »


GE Says “No More Bosses!”

GE recently decided to stop telling its employees what to do. Instead, it allowed each team to decide for themselves how to hit their targets. Here’s what happened next »


Sneak Peak: This is Tesla’s New Model Y

This picture is dark, and it doesn’t show a lot of detail. But dang, this car looks sweet — even if it’s missing something that comes “standard” on every other car on the road. Forget about the past and all that’s behind you… forward ho!


Why Drug Dealers Are Killing Their Customers

A kilo of heroin nets a dealer $60,000. But with a kilo of fentanyl, a dealer can bring in $1.2 million. Here’s the story about how economics creates killers »


It Finally Happened: Robot Detectives

Authors of science fiction have been writing about it for decades. Privacy activists have warned that it’s just around the corner. But now, facial recognition is here, and it’s being used in the field. Smile for the camera »


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